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Adiranne Palicki Edit

Adrianne Palicki played Judy Robinson in the 2004 pilot The Robinsons: Lost In Space. Adrianne Palicki was born in Toledo, Ohio on May 6, 1983. She has starred in three different productions featuring members of DC Comics' Justice League. She played a fellow native of Krypton and ally of Clark Kent/Superman in an episode of Smallville, a villain in the aborted Aquaman series, and Wonder Woman in a 2011 pilot that was not picked up.


Brad Johnson Edit

Brad Johnson is an actor who portrayed John Robinson in the 2004 pilot The Robinsons: Lost In Space. Johnson’s route to stardom was speedy, dramatic and somewhat circuitous. He joined the Pro Rodeo circuit in 1984 and was spotted wrestling steers in Wyoming by a casting director looking for cowboys to use as extras in a beer commercial. After this first break came a three-year run as the Marlboro Man then numerous Calvin Klein print ads and more commercials. After a serious knee injury sidelined his rodeo career, Johnson headed for Hollywood. Within five months of his arrival, Roger Corman cast him to star in Nam Angels (1989). Soon after, Steven Spielberg discovered Johnson and offered him the coveted role of Ted Baker, Holly Hunter's love interest in the film Always (1989). When asked about her co-star, Holly described Brad as "all twisted steel and sex appeal." The Spielberg film led Johnson to Paramount for John Milius' Flight of the Intruder (1991). An exclusive three-picture deal at Paramount followed.


Douglas Petrie Edit

Douglas Petrie is an American screenwriter, director, and producer. Best known as a writer, director, and co-executive producer on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He wrote the screenplay for the 2004 pilot of the Lost in Space reboot. He co-wrote the screenplays for the Fantastic Four film and Harriet the Spy. He has also written for the television shows Angel, The 4400, and Tru Calling. He served as a co-executive producer and writer for two seasons on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and as a consulting producer and writer on the second season of Pushing Up Daisies. He made a cameo on Joss Whedon's web-based film, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, as Professor Normal. On The 4400 he directed one episode, "Lockdown" and he wrote two episodes.


Gil McKinney Edit

Gil McKinney (born February 5, 1979) played the part of David Robinson, who was the eldest son of John and Maureen Robinson in the 2004 pilot of The Robinsons: Lost In Space. He is best known for various roles on stage and screen. He has appeared in all 22 episodes of the final season of ER as resident Dr. Paul Grady as well as recurring character Derek Bishop in NBC’s hit drama, Friday Night Lights. He has starred in The Grudge 3 as well as Witches’ Night, with supporting roles in Elvis Has Left the Building and Jeepers Creepers II.  He has also portrayed the role of private investigator Jack Kelso in the critically acclaimed video game, “L.A. Noire.” He also guest-starred in various other TV series including Grey’s Anatomy, Major Crimes, and Supernatural. Gil McKinney can also be seen featured in the feature film Hitchcock. Other than TV and film, McKinney can also be seen in Progressive Insurance’s “Chick Flick” commercial advertisement opposite Stephanie Courtney, which is still currently being broadcast regularly nationwide in the U.S.


Jayne Brook Edit

Jayne Brook portrayed Maureen Robinson in the 2004 pilot episode of The Robinsons: Lost In Space. She was born Jane Anderson on September 16, 1960, in Northbrook, Illinois. She is married to John Terlesky and has two daughters. She starred in movies such as Gattaca, Kindergarten Cop, and Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter Is Dead. She also starred on TV in Chicago Hope, Brothers and Sisters, and Castle.


Mike Erwin Edit

Mike Erwin played Pilot Don West in the 2004 pilot The Robinsons: Lost in Space. Erwin was born on August 31, 1978 in Dalton, Georgia. A few years before appearing on the WB's Reba, Erwin worked as a roadie at one of her concerts in Texas. He enjoys working on movies, but prefers television and has said that that is what he wants to focus on. The actor has appeared in movies such as The Hulk, Chaos Theory, American Pie 2, as well as the Lifetime movie, She's Too Young. He has also had parts on television series such as Dexter, The Vampire Diaries, Everwood, and The Ghost Whisperer.


Ryan Malgarini Edit

Ryan Malgarini played the part of Will Robinson in the 2004 pilot The Robinsons: Lost In Space. He was born June 12, 1992 in Renton, Washington, and currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. He appeared with Tom Hanks in a test film to develop the performance capture technology for The Polar Express, a process in which an actor's movements and facial expressions are digitally recorded with light sensors, and later used to bring a computer animated character to life. Ryan has starred in movies such as: Freaky Friday, Gary Unmarried, The United States of Leland, and How to Eat Fried Worms.


Fox Television NetworkEdit

The Fox Television Network acted as the distributor for the relaunch of Lost in Space in 2003.

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