Emilie de Ravin's marriage appears to be a lost cause.
The actor and her husband, Josh Janowicz, have separated after six months of marriage, her publicist confirmed to E! News. No word on what led to the breakup.
De Ravin, who plays single mother Claire Littleton on ABC's Lost, wed Janowicz at an intimate ceremony in her native Australia on June 19. None of her costars were believed to have been in attendance.
The couple, both 25, met in Los Angeles in 2000, and dated for several years before getting engaged on Jan. 1, 2005.
"I never thought I would meet anyone in L.A.—it's such a crazy place that you don't think of it the way you think of, say, Paris, the city of love," de Ravin told In Style Weddings last summer.
Unlike the majority of her Lost castmates, de Ravin never relocated to Hawaii where the show is filmed, preferring to continue living in Los Angeles with Janowicz and commute to the Oahu set.
"Our life together always comes before work," she explained to In Style Weddings in happier days. "You can't buy love or family."
In addition to her role in ABC's hit island drama, de Ravin recently starred in the horror film The Hills Have Eyes.
Prior to landing Lost, she starred in the WB's Roswell from 2000 to 2002 and the science fiction series BeastMaster from 1999 to 2000.
De Ravin will return to the small screen on Feb. 7, when the third season of Lost (finally) resumes after a lengthy hiatus.
Janowicz's credits include Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, in which he played the "hot priest," and a recent appearance on an episode of Cold Case.