Liam McIntyre is Spartacus, but all roads don't necessarily lead to Rome.
Before his lead role in the television series “Spartacus: Vengeance”, the Australian-born actor had made quite a stir in both the land down under for his rolls in several short films and in popular Aussie television shows like “Rush” and “Neighbours”. His U.S. debut was made in the Emmy award winning HBO miniseries “The Pacific”
However, it was through tragedy that McIntyre, 30, scored the role of a lifetime in the Starz’s series about the Roman gladiator after the previous lead, Andy Whitfield, was forced to withdraw due to a battle with cancer.
For McIntyre, he prefers the tropical oasis of Fiji after a hard day at the coliseum.
Fox411 sat down with the McIntyre to talk about the beautiful Sotuh Pacific island nation. He says that its the ideal place for any gladiator looking to put down their sword and shield for a romantic getaway.