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The inspiration behind this series is the Thracian Gladiator Spartacus, who led a slave uprising against the Roman Republic. The Thracians had been persuaded by Claudius Glaber to serve as auxiliaries in the Roman legions in a campaign against the Getae, who had often plundered Thracian lands. However after Glaber reneges on the deal and switches his attentions from the Getae to attack Mithridates in Asia Minor, the Thracians feel betrayed and mutiny. Captured by Glaber, Spartacus is condemned to death as a Gladiator, whilst his wife Sura is condemned to slavery. Spartacus, however, proves to be a formidable gladiator, and defeats the four gladiators tasked with executing him. He becomes a favorite of the crowd, leading Senator Albinius to commute his death sentence to a life of slavery. Spartacus is purchased by Batiatus for gladiator training, who promises to help him find Sura if he proves himself in training. As the series develops, the story follows the betrayals and machinations of Roman life and a tale of one man's heroic quest for vengeance.

Country: United States

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 25, 2013

Also Known As: Спартак, Spartakus |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (R18+), Brazil (18, 16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

ancient rome

Company Credits

Production Co: Tapert / Donen / Raimi, Starz!


Ashlee Fidow
as Rebel
Janine Burchett
as Domitia
Mark Mitchinson
as Aulus
Kyle Pryor
as Marcus
Mike Markoff
as Drunken Rebel
Tyrone Bell
as Rebel
Tim Eccles
as Timocles
Rachel King
as Rebel
Patrick Hales
as Veteran Soldier
Pete Muller
as Ennius
Colleen Davis
as Roman Mother
Lucy Lawless
as Lucretia
Phil Grieve
as Pompeii Magistrate
Ciarin Smith
as Male House Slave
Ayse Tezel
as Canthara
Will Hall
as Dour Soldier
Greg Ward
as Mercato/Erebus
Colin Moy
as Senator Metellus
Marcus Goldfinch
as Fugitive Slave
Karlos Drinkwater
as Kerza
Anthony Ray Parker
as Sanus
Nicola Simpson
as Amana
Michael Morris
as Vesper
Kyle Rowling
as Drenis
Eka Darville
as Pietros
Lachlan Parkinson
as Wounded Soldier
Bailey Smith
as Helena
Mia Pistorius
as Aemilia
Joel Oliver
as Hell Beast
Jonathan Costelloe
as Cart Driver
Tineke Robson
as Opelia
John Wraight
as Cossinius
Jai Courtney
as Varro
Nick E. Tarabay
as Ashur
Sam Bunkall
as City Guard
Stephen Dunlevy
as The Egyptian
Ioane King
as Rhaskos
Tim Cronin
as Ludus Guard
Raicho Vasilev
as Gnaeus
Tania Nolan
as Caecilia
Joshua Randall
as Iovis/Mettius
Todd Lasance
as Caesar/Julius Caesar
Tim Foley
as Hector
Stephen Butterworth
as Slave Trader/Trebius
Matthew Saville
as Guard/Ludus Guard
Ross Brannigan
as Roman Guard
Pana Hema Taylor
as Nasir/Tiberius
Steven Smith
as Recruit #4
Elliot Christensen-Yule
as Young Male Slave
Joel Tobeck
as Pompey
Adam Gardiner
as Mummius
as Slave
Andrew Laing
as Sextus
Luna Rioumina
as Belesa
Shadon Meredith
as Male Slave
David Stott
as Herius
Odette Warder Henderson
as Upper Class Lady
Stephen Papps
as Ovillus
Campbell Cooley
as Cook/Dirty Bastard/Gladiator/Ixion
Andy Whitfield
as Spartacus
Beau Harris
as Glaber's Guard
Liam Powell
as Numerius
Stephen Grey
as Roman
Mike Edward
as Segovax
Erin Cummings
as Sura
Tapiwa Soropa
as Young Oenomaus
Robert McCulley
as Vibius
James Wells
as Totus
John Hannah
as Batiatus
Jason Lambert
as Brictius
Anna Hutchison
as Laeta
Vanessa Cater
as Verenda
Richard Norton
as Hilarus
Anita Crisinel
as Ulpianus' Wife
Manu Bennett
as Crixus
John Rawls
as Byzo
Brooke Williams
as Aurelia
Joseph Naufahu
as Liscus
Katherine Kennard
as Tertulla
Laura Surrich
as Bath Tub Girl/Slave
Lesley-Ann Brandt
as Naevia
Matthew Chamberlain
as Ovidius
Lucy Li
as Ganicus Lover
Trevor Jones
as Sophus
John Way
as Capuan Man
Tom Hobbs
as Seppius
Chris Petrovski
as Slave
Jon Brazier
as Ramel
Brett Tucker
as Varinius
Alain Chanoine
as Masonius
Cameron Hurst
as Child Victim
Reuben de Jong
as Theokoles
Marcus Johnson
as Anubis
Mayen Mehta
as Arena Crowd Member
Lauren Shaw
as Rebel
Gwendoline Taylor
as Sibyl
Brooke Harman
as Licinia
Conan Stevens
as Sedullus
David Austin
as Medicus
Joel Herbert
as Pleuratos
Lliam Powell
as Numerius
Liam McIntyre
as Spartacus
Andrew Grainger
as Laurus
Delaney Tabron
as Marcia
Pablo Segura
as Action Fugitive 3
Francis Mossman
as Vitus
Marlow Robinson
as Janus
Aron Eastwood
as Tribune
Luke Pegler
as Marcus
John Dybvig
as Foreman
Karlos Wrennall
as Ferox
Peter Mensah
as Doctore/Oenomaus
Hannah Tasker-Poland
as Rebel
Aaron Jackson
as Tarsus
Brian Manthenga
as Fortis
Adrian McGaw
as Retiarius Gladiator/Roman Guard
Dustin Clare
as Gannicus
Mark Huston
as Lead Soldier
Bryce Langston
as Messenger
Norman McFadyen
as Guard #1
Sam Snedden
as Guard
Peter McCauley
as Lucius Caelius
John Bach
as Magistrate Calavius
Shane Blakey
as The Veteran
Rowan Bettjeman
as Lead Hunter
Charlie Bleakley
as Ulpianus
Timothy Raby
as Magistrate Gallienus
Daniel Feuerriegel
as Agron
Wade Jackson
as Point Soldier
Simon Merrells
as Crassus/Marcus Crassus
Shaughan Campbell
as Danus
Catherine Boniface
as Priestess
Ellen Hollman
as Saxa
Harry Standbridge
as Publius
Sacha Stejko
as Pregnant Rebel
Jared Turner
as Furius
Andrew Stehlin
as Rabanus
Mark Ferguson
as Dominus
Monish Anand
as Controller
Michael Hurst
as Roman Messenger
Dallas Barnett
as Sleazy Guy
Gemma Weston
as Rebel
Jeffrey Thomas
as Titus Batiatus
Crystal Pratt
as Rebel
Phil Peleton
as Arms Merchant
Cynthia Addai-Robinson
as Naevia
Samuel E. Shore
as Gambler
Matt Gibbons
as Cossinius Tribune
Craig Parker
as Glaber/Claudius Glaber
Sarah Hart
as Fabia/Woman in Crowd
Kelson Henderson
as Diotimos
John Davies
as Drunkard
Francis Mountjoy
as Messenger
Cohen Holloway
as Attius
Paul Glover
as Salvius
Alex Way
as Acer
Stephen Ure
as Slave Trader
Vince Colosimo
as Heracleo
Preston O'Brien
as Man in Crowd
Antonio Te Maioha
as Barca
Hanna Mangan Lawrence
as Seppia
Jacob Tomuri
as Rebel
Daniel Cleary
as Pit Boss
Matt Gillanders
as Marcellus
Arlo Gibson
as Adal
Graham Vincent
as Pollux
Rosalie Button
as Rebel
Kelvin Taylor
as Kraynos
Bonnie Sveen
as Chadara
Levi Holley
as Leviticus
Dylan Hopkins
as Ovidius Son
Barry Duffield
as Lugo
Jenna Lind
as Kore
Aaron Jakubenko
as Sabinus
Roy Snow
as Commander Rufus
Jason Hood
as Cossutius
Paul Hallett
as High Ranking Roman Soldier/Mine guard
Christian Antidormi
as Tiberius Crassus
Ande Cunningham
as Duro
Blessing Mokgohloa
as Castus
Heath Jones
as Donar
Ditch Davey
as Nemetes
Kevin J. Wilson
as Senator Albinius
Owain Pennington
as Bat Guard
Michael Chiappa
as Slaver
Sarah Jane Wright
as Portly Woman
Jordan Mooney
as Cassius
Katrina Law
as Mira
Siaosi Fonua
as Hamilcar
Bede Skinner
as Scar Merc
Sarah Holder
as Ilithyia's Body Slave/Thessela
Leonardo Afon
as Blond Guard
Carl Grace
as Harudes
Viva Bianca
as Ilithyia
Scott Polkinghorne
as Guard
Craig Walsh-Wrightson
as Solonius

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2013 | 10 Episodes


Awards & NominationsSee more »

Monte-Carlo TV Festival 2010


Monte-Carlo TV Festival

Outstanding Actor - Drama Series


Monte-Carlo TV Festival

Outstanding Actor - Drama Series


Monte-Carlo TV Festival

Outstanding Actress - Drama Series

NewNowNext Awards 2010


NewNowNext Awards

Best New Indulgence

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