The story of Quinn, a student, who makes a vortex to travel in parallel universes with a remote control, alongside her best friend, Wade, her teacher Maximilian and a poor man who passed by, Rembrandt. A science fiction series which delighted viewers during the 88 episodes broadcast between 1995 and 2000. Reunion with the actors.
Jerry O’Connell (Quinn Mallory)
He is undoubtedly the most famous face of the show. Jerry O’Connell appeared in several films and series after the end of Sliders: in the 1990s, we saw him in Jerry Maguire, Scream 2 and even the music video Heartbreaker by Mariah Carey. In the 2000s, he appeared in several series, including Proof to Support, Ugly Betty and FBI: Missing. Recently he has appeared in films such as Ballbuster or The F ** k-It List and is announced in the credits of the animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks. On the private side, he has been the companion of Sarah Michelle Gellar and Geri Halliwell, and he married actress and model Rebecca Romjin in 2007, with whom he had twins, in 2008.
Sabrina Lloyd (Wade Wells)
Sabrina Lloyd continued her acting career for a few years after the end of Sliders: she starred in Sports Light and in Numb3ers. She also did independent cinema in the United States, and theater. She married in 1997, and lived in Uganda in the 2000s: she adopted a baby girl there. Then she and her family moved to Rome where they lived for four years, and where she had a son. She now lives in Vancouver and has ended her acting career.
Cleavant Derricks (Rembrandt Brown)
His character is accidentally caught up in the travels, and the actor is the only one who stayed until the end of the series, since all his comrades ended up slamming the door. Cleavant Derricks starred in several series after that, such as Charmed and Cold Case, but never leading roles.
John Rhys-Davies (Maximilien Arturo)
Of all, he is probably the one who did the best: he has been filming since. He even starred in Lord of the Rings. On the other hand, he obviously does not want to share his private life, because our investigators did not find anything crisp.
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