Liam McIntyre, Spartacus, “Spartacus: War of the Damned,” Coming to Indianapolis, Raleigh & St. Louis!
|“[to Varro] Now, pull head from ass and use it for once!”|
|Australian Liam McIntyre made his acting debut as a leading man on American television resuming the highly coveted title role of ‘Spartacus’ in the second season of Starz’s record breaking series, “Spartacus: Vengeance.” |
Mr. McIntyre starred as ‘Spartacus,’ the iconic Thracian warrior who led a slave revolt against the Roman Empire. Following the bloody escape from the House of Batiatus at the end of “Spartacus: Blood and Sand,” the rebellion continues as ‘Spartacus’ and his followers begin to strike fear into the Roman republic. Leading a cast that featured Lucy Lawless and Peter Mensah, “Spartacus: Vengeance” premiered on January 27th, 2011 on Starz and was seen in over 50 countries around the world.
Before trying his hand at acting, Mr. McIntyre received his Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Commerce before working in a management position at Village Cinemas in Australia that, ironically enough, helped to decide which films were going to be played at their theaters. Around this time, he began his career in Ireland after being convinced into appearing as the lead in a production of Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” and has enjoyed a diverse career in Australia appearing in theater, television and films ever since. Notable theater parts include his roles in “12 Angry Men” and “Proof,” both with the Malvern Theatre Company, “Twelfth Night,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Much Ado About Nothing,” all with GreenCyc, and in the Green Room Award winner for Best Independent Production, “Macbeth: Rearisen” with White Whale.
Past film roles include ‘Luke Delaney’ in “The Dream Children” and ‘Simon’ in “Ektopos.” Mr. McIntyre also recurred as ‘Sergeant Matt Connor’ on the Australian series, “Rush,” as well as appeared on Australia’s longest running drama, “Neighbours,” as ‘Bradley Hewson. He made his American debut as ‘Bell Captain Lew’ in HBO’s Emmy and Golden Globe nominated hit, “The Pacific.” Mr. McIntyre recently played one of the lead roles in “The Legend of Hercules” for director Renny Harlin and the leading role of Detective Senior Constable Dan Wild in the Australian television film “The Killing Field.”
In his work behind the scenes, Mr. McIntyre wrote and produced the highly awarded short film “Shotgun.” In his spare time, he enjoys traveling as well as singing, playing the guitar and recording music. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.