Ben admits to being a big fan of the webseries The Guild as well as its creator, Felicia Day.
Ben appeared in 40 episodes of Stargate SG-1.
Ben Browder is best known for his portrayal of Commander John Crichton on "Farscape," and his series regular role as Lt. Col. Cameron Mitchell on "Stargate SG-1." Browder is also recognized for his recurring role as Sam on "Party of Five". His film credits include "A Killer Within", "Boogie Boy", and "Nevada".
Ben was born Robert Benedic Browder.
He was in the "Lifetime" movie/miniseries "Innocent Victims" where he played Air Force Captain Gary Eastburn who's wife and two out of three children were brutally murdered.
Ben wrote one of the season 10 episode's of Stargate: Bad Guys.
He was considered for the role of Major Hayes on "Star Trek Enterprise".
Ben is a huge science fiction fan.
He was the producers original choice for the role of Major John Sheppard in "Stargate: Atlantis", but was unable to take the role due to filming commitments to the Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars mini-series.
Ben Browder auditioned to play Lee Adama "Apollo" on Battlestar Galactica, but the role went to Jamie Bamber.
Ben's Chinese sign is Tiger.
Ben's Astrological sign is Sagittarius.
Ben's older brother's name is Mark.
Ben played linebacker for the Furman University football team from 1981-84.
Ben is a fan of the tv show The West Wing.
Ben enjoys surfing.
Ben is 6'1" (1.85 m).
Ben's character on Farscape, John Crichton, has a worm placed directly into his abdomen in the episode Thank God It's Friday, Again. The worm is reminiscent of the Goa'uld symbiotes featured on Stargate SG-1, the series which he joined in 2005.
Ben voiced the character of John Crichton in the videogame, Farscape: The Game.
Ben's favourite consumables are: Diet Mountain Dew, Clark Bars and Crisco.
Ben met his wife, Francesca Buller, while studying at London's Central School of Speech and Drama in 1989.
Ben and his wife, Francesca Buller, were both in the Broadway production of The Merchant of Venice.
Ben's first paid role was at the age of seven when he appeared in a Wheaties commercial.
Ben is the only actor to appear in all 88 episodes of Farscape.
Ben went to Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina
Ben is up for the role of Kyle Rayner in the new Green Lantern film
Ben: (about Farscape) The show faced the very real threat of cancellation halfway through its first season when its production location, Fox Studios Australia, "forced" them out to make way for another production: Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. The logistical problems of moving the large and expensive sets to a Stateside location would have been too cost-prohibitive. Fortunately, another studio was found nearby that was able to house the production, and the series was renewed for a second season.