Liam Mcintyre from Spartacus

23/07/2020

     Liam Mcintyre became well known after his relevant role as the protagonist of the Spartacus series after the unfortunate death of the first and brilliant actor Andy Whitfield.

WHO IS LIAM MCINTYRE?

     Liam McIntyre (Adelaide, February 8, 1982) is an Australian actor best known for his role as Spartacus in the series Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned. Liam McIntyre is an Australian actor best known for his work on several short films and guest roles on Australian TV series. He played the lead role in the TV series Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned on Starz.

     McIntyre started his career acting primarily in short films, before performing guest roles on Australia's popular television series Rush and neighbors. McIntyre made his American television debut guest star in an episode of the award-winning HBO mini-series The Pacific.

     Following the 2010 diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, original Spartacus actor Andy Whitfield took what was to be a temporary break from filming the title role for the Starz television series. Whitfield later withdrew from the paper completely when his cancer reappeared before his death. He was then replaced by McIntyre, who played the title role for the remaining two seasons. Production on the second season of Spartacus is resumed in the second half of 2011 and the series premiered on January 27, 2012.

LIAM ALREADY PARTICIPATED IN TEN OF WORKS:

     McIntyre made his film debut by appearing alongside Kellan Lutz in The Legend of Hercules, as Sotiris. On May 4, 2014, McIntyre starred in Channel 7 thriller The Field Killing.     

     Although McIntyre started his career in short films, he was promising when he was invited to participate in popular Australian TV series like Rush and Neighbors. McIntyre made his US television debut when he was asked to star in the mini-series The Pacific. McIntyre was chosen as Andy Whitfield's replacement in the title role for the television series Starz Spartacus. Whitfield withdrew from the role before his death, when his cancer reappeared during filming. Production on the second season of Spartacus resumed in the fall of 2011 and premiered on January 27, 2012.


LIAM'S PERSONAL LIFE:

     McIntyre was born in Adelaide, Australia. In 2010, McIntyre started dating Australian singer and actress Erin Hasan, who performed in Melbourne and Sydney original productions of the musical Wicked, such as Glinda. They got engaged in December 2012 and plan to get married in early 2014. They were hired in December 2012, and got married on January 5, 2014.


THE FLASH:

     The Flash is an American superhero television series developed by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns, broadcast on The CW since October 7, 2014, and starring Grant Gustin. The series is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen / Flash, a costumed superhero who fights crime with his power to move at unbelievable speeds. It is an Arrow spin-off series and takes place in the same fictional universe known as the Arrow Universe.

     Initially conceived as a backdoor pilot, the positive reception Gustin received during two appearances as Barry on Arrow led executives to choose to develop a complete pilot, with a larger budget and to help deepen Barry's world in more detail. The series is filmed mainly in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

     The series was made official in the first half of 2014, with an order of 23 episodes for the first season, which premiered on October 7, 2014. The second season was released on October 6, 2015 and the third season was released on October 4, 2014. October 2016.


THE LEGEND OF HERCULES:

     The Legend of Hercules (in Brazil Hercules and Portugal: The Legend of Hercules) (formerly known as Hercules: The Legend Begins and Hercules 3D) is a 2014 American fantasy and action 3D film directed by Renny Harlin and co-written by Harlin with Daniel Giat, Giulio Steve and Sean Hood. The film stars Kellan Lutz, Gaia Weiss, Scott Adkins, Roxanne McKee and Liam Garrigan. It was released the same year as another adaptation of the Hercules myth, starring Dwayne Johnson.

     The Legend of Hercules was widely criticized in reviews and failed at the box office. The story of the origin of the mythical Greek hero. Betrayed by his stepfather, the King, and exiled and sold as a slave because of forbidden love, Hercules must use his formidable powers to fight his way back to his rightful kingdom.


OTHER WORKS:

  • Shotgun! [An Opening Sequence]
  • Fancy
  • Anniversary
  • Niflheim: Blood & Bullets
  • Bottled Up
  • Radev
  • The Pacific
  • Neighbours
  • Rush
  • A Bitter Sip of Life
  • Ektopos
  • The killing field
  • Auckland Daze
  • The Dream Children

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