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Stargate SG-1 (1997 - 2007)

Stargate SG-1 (1997 - 2007)

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Series Info

A military unit uses an ancient archway to travel the universe and battle alien parasites in this cult sci-fi adventure based on the 1994 film `Stargate.' Curmudgeonly Col. Jack O'Neill teams with an archaeologist, an astrophysicist and an alien to combat the Gou'ald, a serpentine species that requires humanoid hosts. The series began on Showtime in July of 1997 (reruns aired in syndication in 1998), and then moved to the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002.

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Seasons

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2006, Showtime/Sci Fi, 20 episodes

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2005, Showtime/Sci Fi, 21 episodes

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2004, Showtime/Sci Fi, 20 episodes

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2003, Showtime/Sci Fi, 22 episodes

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2002, Showtime/Sci Fi, 22 episodes

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2001, Showtime/Sci Fi, 22 episodes

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2000, Showtime/Sci Fi, 22 episodes

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1999, Showtime/Sci Fi, 22 episodes

Cast

Ben Browder
as Lt. Col. Cameron Mitchell
Michael Shanks
as Daniel Jackson
Amanda Tapping
as Captain Samantha Carter
Richard Dean Anderson
as Colonel Jonathan (Jack) O'Neill
Carmen Argenziano
as Gen. Jacob Carter (Selmak)
Beau Bridges
as Maj. Gen. Hank Landry
Don S. Davis
as Gen. George Hammond
Teryl Rothery
as Dr. Janet Fraiser
Corin Nemec
as Jonas Quinn
Claudia Black
as Vala Mal Doran
Dan Payne
as Ashrak
Danny Shea
as Sgt. Siler
Jay Acovone
as Kawalsky
Tom McBeath
as Col. Maybourne
Laara Sadiq
as Technician #2
Ronny Cox
as Senator Kinsey
Colin Cunningham
as Maj. Davis
JR Bourne
as Martouf
Daniel Bacon
as Technician
Bill Dow
as Dr. Lee
Tony Todd
as Lord Haikon
Tobias Mehler
as Lt. Simmons
Robert Picardo
as Agent Woolsey
Robert Wisden
as Capt. Samuels
Bill Nikolai
as Technician
Steve Makaj
as Makepeace
Kevin McNulty
as Dr. Warner
Vanessa Angel
as Anise/Freya
Douglas H. Arthurs
as Heru'ur (stock footage)
Alex Zahara
as Michael
Peter Flemming
as Agent Malcolm Barrett
Peter LaCroix
as The Ashrak
Gary Chalk
as Col. Chekov
David DeLuise
as Pete Shanahan
Katie Stuart
as Young Girl
Anna-Louise Plowman
as Sarah Gardner
Willie Garson
as Martin Lloyd
Obi Ndefo
as Rak'nor
Patrick McKenna
as Jay Fulger
Jessica Steen
as Dr. Elizabeth Weir
Mel Harris
as Oma Desala
Samantha Ferris
as Dr. Raully
Tom Butler
as Dr. Trofsky
Peter Bryant
as Fro'tak
Brent Stait
as Ferretti
Alan Rachins
as Kennedy
Saul Rubinek
as Emmett Bregman
Marie Stillin
as High Chancellor Travell
Adam Baldwin
as Col. Dave Dixon
Alex Dafoe
as Halstrom
Ron Halder
as Osiris
Aaron Craven
as Capt. Kyle Rogers
Mike Dopud
as Jaffa Warrior
Robert Duncan
as Melburn Jackson
Eric Breker
as Maj. Reynolds
Keene Curtis
as Ernest Littlefield
Michael Kopsa
as News Anchor
Oleg Feoktistov
as Korolev Pilot
Ken Dresen
as Alex Jameson
Harley Jane Kozak
as Sara O'Neill
Erica Durance
as Krista James
Charles Shaughnessy
as Alec Coulson
Scott Hylands
as Dr. Harlow
Michael Welch
as Young Jack
Dan Castellaneta
as Joe Spencer
Alisen Down
as Dr. Brightman
Steve Bacic
as Maj. Coburn
Stephen Williams
as Gen. Vidrine
Gary Jones
as Chief Master Sergeant Walter Harriman
Glynis Davies
as Catherine
Heather Hanson
as Alien Princess
Dean Stockwell
as Dr. Kieran
Brook Parker
as Drey'auc
William Russ
as Jonas Hanson
Dom DeLuise
as Urgo/Togar
Elisabeth Rosen
as Cadet Jennifer Hailey
Gavin Hood
as Col. Alexi Vaselov
Colin Heath
as Technician
Sam Jones III
as Aris Boch
Belinda Waymouth
as Goa'uld Officer
Marina Sirtis
as Dr. Svetlana Markov
Peter Kent
as Kintac
Shawn Reis
as Jaffa #2
Gillian Barber
as Resident #1
Biski Gugushe
as SF Guard
Tosca Baggoo
as Tok'ra Council Woman
Ray Xifo
as Ohper
Nickolas Baric
as SG-10 Member
Aaron Pearl
as Lt. Hammond
Daryl Shuttleworth
as Cmdr. Riger
Ben Bass
as Dr. Steven Rayner
Ed Hong-Louie
as Zyang Wu
Ron Canada
as Quartus
Lawrence Z. Dane
as Maj. General Bauer
Jan Rubes
as Nick Ballard
Michael David Simms
as Secy. of Defense Arthur Simms
Marilyn Norry
as Hedrazar
Hrothgar Matthews
as Dr. Hamilton
J.B. Bivens
as Guard #1
Eli Gabay
as Jumar
Tanya Reid
as Jolinar
Mitchell Kosterman
as Special Agent James Hamner
Robert Lewis
as Dr. Peter Tanner
Clare Carey
as Kerry Johnson
Toby Berner
as Grimsby
Wally Dalton
as Sarah's Father
David Hurtubise
as Dr. Kleinhouse
David Richmond-Peck
as Jaffa Commander
Matthew Glave
as Col. Paul Emerson
Torri Higginson
as Dr. Elizabeth Weir
Paulina Gillis
as Byesa Woman
James Earl Jones
as Voice of Unas
Mark Acheson
as Vishnoor
Adam Harrington
as Goa'uld #2
Christine Kennedy
as Young Carter
Dillon Moen
as Charlie
Christian Bocher
as Maj. Newman
Kirsten Robek
as Lt. Astor
Joe Flanigan
as Maj. John Sheppard
Kevin Conway
as SG Leader
Ty Olsson
as Jaffa #1
David Abbott
as Dr. Jordan
Duncan Fraser
as Prof. Langford
Pamela Perry
as Cassandra
Michael Rogers
as Col. John Michaels
Kyle Graham
as Charlie O'Neill
David Bloom
as Scavenger
Malik McCall
as 1st Guard
Rob Court
as Caleb
Link Baker
as Sgt. Barber
Chris Bradford
as Med. Tech
Rob Lee
as 1945 scientist in film
Jason Calder
as SF Guard
Warren Takeuchi
as Young Doctor
Alonso Oyarzun
as Punk Leader
Brian Jensen
as Head Priest
Kirby Morrow
as Militia Man
Jesse Moss
as Lt. J. Hibbard
Lucia Walters
as Disciple
Barry W. Levy
as Maj. Hawkins
Stephen Park
as Controller
Frank Topol
as Big Guy
Dean Aylesworth
as Old Anubis
Marc Baur
as Senior Cop
Bob Frazer
as Airman
Nancy McClure
as Young Catherine
Kevin Durand
as Zipacna
Bill Croft
as Sindar
Lorena Gale
as Curator
Emma Rose
as Adria
Darcy Laurie
as Cave-Dweller
Patti Allan
as Kinsey's Wife
Cam Cronin
as Door Airman
Aisha Hinds
as Thilana
Paul McGillion
as Young Ernest
Lisa Bunting
as Claire Jackson
Andrew Guy
as Jaffa #1
Conan Graham
as NID Man
Russell J. Roberts
as Psychiatrist
Linnea Sharples
as Lt. Clare Tobias
Paul Norman (II)
as Apophis' Red Guard
Bob Wilde
as Priest
Chris Owens
as Armin Selig
Greg Michaels
as Joe Levinson
Francis Boyle
as Sgt. Peters
Kyle Cassie
as European Soldier
Diane Stapley
as Mrs. Struble
D. Harlan Cutshall
as Jaffa Commander
Josh Byer
as Sergeant
Devon Finn
as Young Hanno
Carla Boudreau
as Oma Desala
Joe Pascual
as Medical Technician
Michael Finn
as Soldier
Brian Drummond
as Attendant
Carmen Moore
as Lab Assistant
Apollonia Vanova
as Russian Weapons Officer
Fred Henderson
as Maj. Thornbird
Kurt Max Runte
as Maj. Boyd
Rob Morton
as Sheriff
Ken Keeler
as Zombie Pilot
Sean Tyson
as Ori Firstman
Bob Dawson
as Bynarr
Charles Payne
as Guard NCO
Andrew Wheeler
as Stan Kovacek
Jan Bos
as Savaarii
Sean Campbell
as Sergeant
Roger Allford
as The President
Wren Robertz
as Red Guard
Mark Pawson
as Reporter
Monique Rusu
as Dark Skinned Woman
Colleen Winton
as Dr. Green
Efosa Otuomagie
as Security Police
Liza Huget
as Waitress
Tosca Bagoo
as Tok'ra Council Woman
Fraser Attcheson
as Jaffa Commander
Cathy Weseluck
as Resident #2
Yee Jee Tso
as Left Tech
Kyle Hogg
as Jaffa Boy
Chris Duggan
as Heru'ur's Jaffa
Jenn Forgie
as Right Tech
Barbara Fixx
as Rear Tech
Ian Robison
as Security Officer
Fraser Aitcheson
as Hathor's Jaffa
Reg Tupper
as Doctor
Sam J. Jones
as Aris Boch
Zahf Paroo
as Jamala (as Zahf Hajee)
Adrian G. Griffiths
as Lieutenant Baker (as Adrian Hughes)
Diane Stapley
as Mrs. Struble
Carolyn Adair (II)
as Screaming Women
Rob Farrell
as SF Guard
Troy Adamson
as SG-2 Team Member
Oliver Tan
as Marine (as Oliver Svensson-Tan)
Rachel Hayward
as Sgt. Carol Weterings
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Series Details

TV Network: Showtime/Sci Fi
Premiere Date: Jul 27, 1997
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Executive Producers: Jonathan Glassner, Michael Greenburg, Robert Cooper, John N. Smith, Richard Dean Anderson, Paul Mullie, Brad Wright
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