Enigmatic yet appealing young actress of film and TV who received her first substantial screen role as the estranged troubled teen daughter of Patrick Swayze in the comedy-drama "Father Hood" (1993). Lloyd began acting in community theater in Mount Dora, Florida. As a high school student, she was accepted as a foreign exchange student at the Brisbane Royal Theater Company where she studied drama for a year. Back stateside, Lloyd appeared on NBC-TV's "Law and Order" and the CBS-TV School Break Special, "Love Off-Limits," the directorial debut of actor Steve Guttenberg. She also had small roles in the features "Chain of Desire" (1992) and "That Night" (1993). Lloyd became a TV series regular in the role of Wade Wells, one of time-travelling quartet in the sci-fi series "Sliders" (Fox, 1995-97). When the show shifted to the Sci-Fi Channel, Lloyd decided not to renew her contract. Instead, she landed a regular role in the ABC sitcom "Sports Night" (1998-2000).
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Cast as Pepper in a production of "Annie" (date approximate)
Moved to NYC
TV debut in an episode of the NBC drama series "Law & Order"
Feature debut, "Chain of Desire"
Co-starred with Patrick Swayze in "Fatherhood"
Played the role of Wade Wells on the Fox sci-fi series "Sliders"
Had regular role in the ABC sitcom "Sports Night"
Starred in Hal Hartley's "The Girl From Monday"