• Sabrina Lloyd was born in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1970
• She is best known for her work on television, such as Sliders and Sports Night
• She has a net worth of $1 million as of early 2018, earned through her successful career in acting
• She has had roles in films, television shows, and music videos
• Away from the cameras, Sabrina married Ross Smith in 1997, and adopted a daughter during her two-year stay in Uganda

Known for movies

Short Info

Date Of BirthNovember 20, 1970
FactTook a hiatus from acting after Numb3rs (2005) to attend Columbia University.

Sabrina Lloyd was born on 20 November 1970, in Fairfax County, Virginia USA, and is an actress, best known for her work on television. She was a part of the science fiction series entitled “Sliders” in which she played the role of Wade Welles, and was also a part of the sitcom entitled “Sports Night”, in the role of Natalie Hurley.

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Building A Net Worth Through Acting

How rich is Sabrina Lloyd? As of early-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $1 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. She’s also been a part of several films, though has not been recently active in the industry. Still, as she continues her various endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

A Journey to Success

Sabrina grew up in Eustis, Florida, and would have her first acting opportunity at the age of 13, when she became a part of the production entitled “Annie”, a musical is based on the popular comic stripped entitled “Little Orphan Annie”, and is known for being produced in numerous countries. Two years later, she became a part of a student exchange program that sent her to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, where she stayed for a year, and during her time there trained at the Brisbane Royal Theatre Company, continuing to perform in theatre until she was 18 years old.

After her return to the US, she focused once more on local theatre projects, appearing in productions of “The Wizard of Oz”, “Grease” and “Crimes of the Heart”. She then moved to New York in hopes of starting a career on the screen – one of her first television appearances was as a guest on the show “Law & Order”, after which she signed with a new talent agent in an endeavor to gain more roles in films and on television.

After appearing in the film “Chain of Desire”, her popularity and net worth increased significantly when she had a starring role in the film “Father Hood”, which also starred Patrick Swayze; it is a comedy drama film that was directed by Darrell Roodt, and also starred Halle Berry. Lloyd then appeared in the music video for The Breeders song entitled “Iris”, but continues making appearances on television, mainly as a part of movies. She was in an episode of “Lifestories: Families in Crisis”, which is a television series that aired on HBO focusing on issues involving young adults and teenagers.

In 1995, she was cast as one of the four original characters of the science fiction television show entitled “Sliders”, in which she played the role of Wade Welles, which is about a group of people using wormholes to slide between different parallel universes. The show, while popular, also had its share of problems due to Fox trying to air episodes to capitalize on rating winnings rather than airing the story as is. This caused a lot of continuity errors, which left a lot of viewers confused, and in 1997 the show was picked up by the Sci Fi Channel, but her contract was not renewed, although the series continued to run for another two more years with different cast members. Meantime Lloyd became a part of the sitcom “Sports Night”, in which she played the role of senior associate producer Natalie Hurley, about a fictional sports news show focusing on the friendships, problems and ethical issues the cast has to deal with, while trying to produce a good show under constant pressure from their network. The show ran for two seasons before being cancelled, and won numerous awards during the peak of its popularity.

In 2005, Sabrina was cast in the television show “Numb3rs” in which she played the role of Terry Lake, a story about a mathematics prodigy trying to help solve crimes for the FBI, however, she would leave the show after its first season. Three years later, she became the lead in the independent film entitled “Universal Signs”, and which is an American Sign Language (ASL) film.

Life Away from the Cameras

In 1997, it is known that Sabrina married Ross Smith, and also outside of her acting career, she focuses on recording original music while playing the guitar. She was a vegetarian for six years during the 1990s. She also lived in Uganda for two years and while there, decided to adopt a little girl.

She has been inactive from the film or television industry for several years, and is inactive on social media too. Aside from the small details that have been shared about her personal life, little news is released about her due to a lack of online presence, that could be used as a reference to her recent endeavors.

General Info

Full NameSabrina Lloyd
Date Of BirthNovember 20, 1970
Height1.59 m
ProfessionSinger-songwriter, Actor


NominationsScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
MoviesFather Hood, The Girl from Monday, Hello Lonesome, The Pretty One, Universal Signs, Racing Daylight, Dopamine, Chain of Desire, That Night, The Breakup Artist, Last Request, On Edge, My Sexiest Mistake, The Sisters of Mercy, Wanderlust

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1Lived in Uganda for two years (2009-2010). Adopted a little girl while living there.
2Took a hiatus from acting after Numb3rs (2005) to attend Columbia University.
3Has two cats: Lucy and Theodore.
4She writes and records original music with her guitar.




The Pretty One2013Edith
Hello Lonesome2010Debbie
Wainy Days2008TV SeriesMolly
Universal Signs2008Mary
Racing Daylight2007Vicky Palmer / Helly
The Last Request2006/ICathy
Charlie's Party2005Sarah
Numb3rs2005TV SeriesTerry Lake
The Girl from Monday2005Cecile
DeMarco Affairs2004TV MovieJessica DeMarco
The Sisters of Mercy2004Video short
The Breakup Artist2004Kara
Melinda and Melinda2004uncredited
Something for Henry2004ShortAnna
My Sexiest Mistake2004TV MovieAmy
Ed2003TV SeriesFrankie Hector
Dopamine2003Sarah McCaulley
Couples2002TV MovieAnnie
On Edge2001Becky Brooks
Madigan Men2000TV SeriesWendy Lipton
Sports Night1998-2000TV SeriesNatalie Hurley
Sliders1995-1999TV SeriesWade Welles
Live Free and Die1998
Iris1994Video short
Lifestories: Families in Crisis1994TV SeriesHeidi Leiter
Father Hood1993Kelly Charles
CBS Schoolbreak Special1993TV SeriesSarah Thompson
That Night1992Jeanette
Chain of Desire1992Melissa
Law & Order1992TV SeriesKate 'Katie' Silver
The New Leave It to Beaver1989TV SeriesMolly
Superboy1988TV SeriesBetsy


The Sisters of Mercy2004Video short


6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2000TV SpecialHerself
2nd Annual TV Guide Awards2000TV SpecialHerself - Winner: The Best Show You're Not Watching


Won Awards

2010Jury PrizeLos Angeles Film FestivalOutstanding PerformanceHello Lonesome (2010)

Nominated Awards

2000ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy SeriesSports Night (1998)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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  1. D**n. Just miss her. She was cute and I really liked her in Sliders

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