The duo were joined at Paley Fest by their former co-stars Josh Holloway, Jorge Garcia, Henry Ian Cusick, Malcolm David Kelley and Yunjim Kim.
If you're not au fait with the show, it was about a plane crash on a deserted island and it featured Ian and Maggie as two of the passengers.
In Los Angeles, Mycoskie co-founded the cable network Reality Central with Larry Namer, a founder of E! Raising million from venture capitalists, along with other members of reality show casts, Determined to pursue an entrepreneurial path, Mycoskie then partnered with the founders of Traffic to create Drivers Ed Direct, an online driver's education service which additionally offered behind-the-wheel training in hybrid and sport utility vehicles. While there, he met an American woman who was part of a volunteer organization which provided shoes for children in need.
And he read by Simon Sinek, about leaders who inspire action and companies that create compelling products.
The start-up he’d founded six years earlier had grown into a global company with more than 0 million in revenue, and it was still delivering on its promise to donate a pair of shoes for every pair sold, but Mycoskie felt disillusioned.
His days were monotonous, and he had lost his connection to many of the executives in charge of daily operations.
The company was quickly profitable, and was bought by Clear Channel nine months after its launch.
In 2001, Mycoskie and his sister, Paige Mycoskie, applied for the cast of Survivor.