Mazikeen is, in the Lucifer series, a "Demon" and for those who don't know, Actress Lesley Ann Brandt left her role of "Naevia" in Spartacus to play our beloved Maze.
Andy Whitfield from Spartacus
ANDY WHITFIELD CAREER:
ANDY'S OTHER ROLES:
- Title: All Saints, Role: Matthew Parkes, Notes: "Opening Up" (season 2, episode 7);
- Title: The Strip, Role: Charlie Palmer, Notes: Season 1, Episode 21st season, episode 7;
- Title: Packed to the Rafters, Role: Nick Leigh, Notes: "All in the Planning" (season 1, episode 10);
- Title: McLeod's Daughters, Role: Brett Samuels, Notes: "Nowhere to Hide" (season 8, episode 4).
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ANDY WHITFIELD DESCRIBED BY THE SPARTACUS PRODUCER:
Sura was the Thracian wife of Spartacus, who was tragically taken from him by his most hated enemy, Glaber. However, her memory was kept alive and honored by her husband.
Slade Joseph Wilson (Arrow series), codenamed Exterminator by A.R.G.U.S., is a former member of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service. Check out.
The Egyptian is a mysterious character who works as a member of the Ashur Group. He is a prominent antagonist in Vengeance (season 3). Check out everything about this icon.
Lucius Cornelius Sulla Fenix, known simply as Sula or Sila, was a military man and statesman of the Cornelia people of the Roman Republic, elected consul twice and he was known for marching against his own people, check it out.
Tullius Severus is a wealthy merchant and ex-soldier in the Spartacus series, and is part of Capua's elite class. He appears exclusively as the main antagonist in Gods of the Arena.
Batiatus House has had several champions throughout history and many of them are highly skilled. Perhaps, they even rivaled our main warriors like Spartacus, Crixus and Gannicus.
Marcus Minucius Rufus was Mercato grandfather (in the Spartacus series) and although he is mentioned a few times by his grandson in the series, in fact, he existed and was very important in his time, check it out.
Mercato is a Roman and noble politician from Capua. He is the grandson of Marcus Minucius Rufus, the famous Thracian conqueror. Perhaps Mercato is one of the few sympathetic Romans in the Spartacus series, check it out.
Titus Calavius, in the Spartacus series, was a magistrate of Rome and was often in the city of Capua. Batitatus esteemed him very much, but until his "Ambitious" political choice was cut.