Dan Feuerriegel

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Daniel Gregory Feuerriegel
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Feuerriegel at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
Born (1981-10-29) October 29, 1981 (age 33)
Sydney, Australia
Other names Fury King
Occupation Actor
Years active 2004–present

Daniel Feuerriegel is an Australian actor who is based in Los Angeles, USA. He has acted in a number of Australian television series and first came to international notice with his role as a gladiator recruit Agron in the series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned.[1]

Biography[edit]

Daniel Gregory Feuerriegel was born on October 29, 1981.[2] In 1998, Feuerriegel graduated from Villanova College, a Catholic college located in the Brisbane suburb of Coorparoo, Queensland. He studied acting at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. He graduated in 2002.[1] Is a good friend of New Zealand actor Pana Hema Taylor.

Career[edit]

  • He featured in the 2005 controversial short 'Boys Grammar' which also starred Jai Courtney and Adam J. Yeend. [3]
  • He joined the cast of 'Small Claims: White Wedding'.
  • In 2006 he appeared in 'Burke & Wills' and short film True, the same year he starred as a recurring character on the hit series 'McLeod's Daughters' where he played Leo Coombes for five episodes, also appeared in the series 'Stupid Stupid Man' where he played Kim in the episode "The Reunion".[1]
  • He joined the cast of 'Between the Flags' (short film) in 2007.
  • In 2008 he appeared in a recurring role on the hit series 'Home and Away' where he played the journalist Gavin Johnson. the same year he guest starred in an episode of 'The Strip', along with Aaron Jeffery.
  • In 2009 he played Brendan in the Australian series 'All Saints', earlier, in 2006 he played Cameron "Indy" Jones in the series.[1]
  • In 2010 he played Agron, a gladiator recruit, in the Starz hit series Spartacus: Blood and Sand.[4] Feuerriegel continued this role in 2012 through the second season of the show, entitled Spartacus: Vengeance, and the show's third and final season, entitled Spartacus: War of the Damned, in 2013.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2005 Small Claims: White Wedding Brendan Rigby alongside Claudia Karvan
2005 Boys Grammar Ben (short film)
2006 Burke & Wills Guy
2006 True Russell (short film)
2007 Between the Flags [5] First Guy (short film)
2012 Ruin Fighter (short film)
2014 Cryptic Jim Jonas

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 RAN: Remote Area Nurse Ben in episode "The Gardens of the Torres Strait"
2006 McLeod's Daughters Leo Coombes 5 episodes – alongside Michala Banas, Simmone Jade Mackinnon, Abi Tucker & Basia A'Hern[1]
2006 Stupid Stupid Man Kim in episode "The Reunion"
2008 Home and Away Gavin Johnson 9 episodes
2008 The Strip Rhys Roberts in episode 1.15
2006–2009 All Saints [6] Cameron "Indy" Jones / Brendan 2 episodes: "Out of the Ashes" & "Jaws of Death"
2010 Spartacus: Blood and Sand Agron Episodes 8 - 13 – alongside Andy Whitfield, John Hannah and Lucy Lawless[4]
2012 Spartacus: Vengeance Agron 10 episodes – alongside Liam McIntyre, Peter Mensah, Craig Parker, Viva Bianca and Lucy Lawless
2013 Spartacus: War of the Damned Agron 10 episodes – alongside Liam McIntyre, Manu Bennett and Dustin Clare

Theatre[edit]

Year Play Role Director Theatre Notes
2004 Sleeping Around [7] Greg Katy Alexander Belvoir Theatre alongside Craig Brown Jacobie Gray & Charlotte Gregg
2004 Little Malcolm and his Struggle against the Eunuchs [8] Ingham Amos Szeps Old Fitzroy Theatre alongside Jacobie Gray & Ash Lyons
The Beauty Queen of Leenane Ray Winston Cooper New Theatre
Song of the Yellow Bittern Vince Moelisea Stafford
Pink Floyds – The Wall Ensemble John O’Hare
The Jungle Jimmy Leonard Meenach
Merchant of Venice Arragon & Balthazar Diane Eden & Peter Lavery
Histories Ensemble Gavin Robins
Rent Benny Deborah McCauslane
The Three Sisters Solyony Jeffery Renn
Soiled Ensemble Deborah McCauslane
They Shoot Horses Don’t They Ensemble Leonard Meenach
Spurboard Ensemble David Lynch

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