Browder played the role of Max the Janitor in the 2012 live-action feature film Bad Kids Go to Hell, based on the graphic novel of the same name.
He reprised the role and made his directorial debut in the 2017 sequel Bad Kids of Crestview Academy.
Several episodes of Stargate SG-1, most notably "200", comically alluded to Farscape during Browder and Black's time on the series.
In addition to being a series regular on Stargate SG-1, Browder also performed the majority of his own stunts.
In the Starburst Yearbook magazine, there is an interview with Claudia Black amongst the review of 2001.
Here are some excerpts (thanks to Rydra Wong for typing these up): On the relationship between Aeryn and the John on Talyn in season 3:"Ben [Browder] and I wanted to make sure that it was great between them.
So there will be things that will impact on Crichton and Aeryn, and not specifically their relationship.
But they will have to make choices in the last four episodes, and those choices will be about saving lives."On Aeryn's relationship with the other women on Moya:"I want Aeryn to have a female friendship, and I'm dying to have that with Chiana.
Browder returned to the Sci Fi Channel as he joined the cast of Stargate SG-1 for its ninth season in 2005.
The Jim Henson Company production stole our hearts with its quirky characters and creative puppets, so much so that fans of the cult hit created quite a stir when the show was abruptly canceled after four seasons.
That last cliffhanger episode also aired this week 10 years ago, on March 21, 2003.
He appeared in the 2004 movie A Killer Within, co-starring C. Also in 2004, he portrayed fellow actor Lee Majors in the made-for-TV film Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie's Angels.
He returned to play John Crichton in the 2004 Sci Fi Channel mini-series Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars.