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Lucy Lawless Spartacus

Lucy Lawless Spartacus - Lucy Lawless in Spartacus: Gods Of The Arena is making news to the start off the week. The series is a prequel to the Starz original series Spartacus: Blood And Sand, which has had some trouble getting under way for season two as the series lost its star when Andy Whitfield was diagnosed with cancer.

Lucy Lawless is probably best known for her role as Xena in Xena: Warrior Princess, but she has done several roles since then. She has been seen in SyFy's Battlestar Galactica revival, and she also played a role in the first season of Spartacus: Blood And Sand. She isn't only a talented actress, but an established singer as well. She's performed at sporting events, and she also has a running gig at The Roxy in Los Angeles.

Lucy Lawless Spartacus

Spartacus: Gods Of The Arena is set in between one and two of Spartacus: Blood and Sand, and it will give fans something to hold them over until the issues of casting can be fixed for that series. Lucy Lawless will play Lucretia in the new series. The series will air for six episodes starting January 21st on Starz. John Hannah is also set to co-star with Lawless in this prequel.

Hopefully, the issues with casting for Blood and Sand can be fixed, so that production on that series could move forward, but at least fans will have a little something to hold them over until those issues are resolved. This production is promising to be more violent and sexier than the first series. Lucy Lawless didn't even want her parents to watch the show!

Lucy Lawless Spartacus


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