Liam McIntyre took over the role of Spartacus in Season 2, and filled Andy Whitfield‘s gladiator sandals brilliantly. Since his time in the arena, the 34-year-old Australian actor has starred in The Legend of Hercules and the television hit The Flash. He is currently filming the action film, Gears of War 4
Manu Bennett may always be remembered as Spartacus’ enemy-turned-friend, Crixus. Since the finale he has appeared in the CW series Arrow, and currently stars in the sci-fi show The Shannara Chronicles on MTV.
As lanista Quintus Lentulus Batiatus, John Hannah was one of the most hated characters on the series. Since his time as Spartacus’ master, the Scottish actor has starred in several popular shows, including his current role of Holden Radcliffe on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Fans of Lucy Lawless’ master manipulator Lucretia can watch the actress on the TV series Ash vs. Evil Dead.
Jai Courtney, aka Varro, may have retired the loin cloth, but he continues to dominate at the box office, landing starring roles in Divergent, A Good Day to Die Hard, and the highly anticipated Suicide Squad.
Peter Mensah put his Oenomaus muscles to good use after the finale, giving another gladiator performance in 300: Rise of an Empire. Currently, he stars on the hit television show Sleepy Hollow as “The Hidden One.”
As Lucretia’s slave and Crixus’ love interest in Season 1 of the Roman hit, Lesley-Ann Brandt captured the audience’s attention as the fearless Naevia. Fast forward six years, and you can catch the South African beauty on the new television show Lucifer.
From one costume drama to another, Craig Parker went from Roman army general Gaius Claudius Glaber to Lord Stephen Narcisse on the CW series Reign.
Nick E. Tarabay
A former gladiator turned Roman supporter, Nick Tarabay’s Ashur made a lot of enemies during his time on the hit show. Since then, he has starred many television shows including, Arrow, Person of Interest and Castle.
Katrina Law won Spartacus’ heart as Mira in Season 1 and 2 of the show. Currently, she is filming the television follow-up to the Denzel Washington drama, Training day, alongside Bill Paxton and Julie Benz.
Following the first season of Spartacus, Andy Whitfield was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2010 and passed away in September 2011. Following his death, a documentary about his life and cancer journey was released, titled Be Here Now.