Rhys-Davies told Digital Spy that he departed following a disagreement with the show's writers, and that the Sliders scripts were "incomprehensible nonsense." "It's difficult to rewrite on the go when you have a network that wants you to utter the words in the script," he said. "I would protest to [the writers]."
The actor added that he was disappointed not to be given a chance to develop his character beyond its initial appearance. He also stated that he was unaware that he was being cast as a regular until after he had agreed to take part.
Rhys-Davies first appeared on Sliders in 1997, when he was asked by co-creator Eric Kripke to play a new character named John Smith. The role was particularly interesting to play because it dealt with issues such as time travel and quantum physics which are rarely explored in television series.
After one season, Kripke asked Rhys-Davies to return for another. This time around, however, the actor was asked to reprise his role as John Smith once more. This time though, Slater (David Boreanaz) has gone back in time and is living with his older self. Slater needs help from his younger self to defeat an evil villain named Lord Zedd (Mark Hamill).
John Smith makes a third appearance in the final episode of Sliders titled "Slider's Day".
But, as the show enters a new age, Cavanagh says he thought it was time to break ways, telling Entertainment Weekly that it was "absolutely [his] decision" to go. The Wells characters have been entertaining, but as we've said before, the program is named The Flash, and it'll be fine without me.
Cavanagh first joined The CW's superhero drama in 2014, when it was still called Batman TV series. He had a one-year contract with the show, and after its successful renewal for another season, he decided to move on.
In addition to playing Wells, Cavanagh has also appeared in several other television shows including Glee, Heroes, Six Feet Under, and Veronica Mars. He has also starred in several films including The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Alpha Dog, and The Internship.
But his most famous role is probably that of Harry Potter headmaster Dumbledore, who he played from 2001 to 2013.
Dumbledore was such an important part of the Harry Potter stories that J.K. Rowling actually wrote an epilogue for each novel in which she discussed what would have happened to him had he not died at the end of Goblet of Fire.
"I was disappointed to leave the Gadget Show, but I see it as a chance to pursue other ventures and have some influence over what I do." I'm working on some life-changing initiatives. I just want to make a difference with my work.
She left to focus on her health and wellness company U by Suki, which sells organic food products and healthy living accessories (such as kale chips).
Suzi has also been involved in social issues through her work with non-profit organizations such as Red Nose Day and Comic Relief. She has also written several books about fashion, food, and lifestyle topics.
In 2014, she launched her own web series called "U by Suki", which focuses on healthy living and food culture. The show has won several awards including two Webby Awards and three Telly Awards.
She has said that she wants to use her position at The Gadget Show to help others lead healthier lives by demonstrating how easy it is to live a healthy life. She believes that getting fit and healthy can be enjoyable, and that pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone will help you achieve more.
After going through inpatient treatment for binge eating disorder, Suzi decided to share her experience online in order to help others who were going through similar problems.