Not only did we see the mighty Crixus (Manu Bennett) die at the hand of Tiberius (Christian Antidormi) while his lover Naevia (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) watched, but we also saw Agron (Dan Feuerriegel) part ways with lover Nasir and then fall in battle, which could spell the true end of this beautifully presented and much beloved gay love story.
Feuerriegel, who we profiled earlier this year, jumped on the phone with us yesterday to talk about shooting the “Separate Paths” episode, including the heartbreaking scene where Agron says goodbye to Nasir.
Moving towards his personal life, he has a relationship with Jasmine Jardot who is also in the same industry as an actress for a long time. He was conceived with a heart issue called innate heart piece, on account of which he had a pacemaker embedded at age seventeen.
According to the sources, they have been planning to be a couple soon. Daniel Gregory Feuerriegel is an Australian-born actor best known for his role Agron on the Sparz action series Spartacus and for his role Gavin Johnson on the Seven Network soap opera Home and Away. In 1998, he moved on from Feuerriegel Villanova College, a Catholic school situated in Coorparoo, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland.
How does working on a high-profile series like this differ from the previous work you’ve done?
I believe that Nasir will be happier alive and with Castus. Of course, it will create a lot of tension within the ranks and the Nagron fans, and I’ve already been seeing that online with the theories and how much they hate Castus.
In 2008, he showed up in a repeating part of the hit arrangement ‘Home and Away’.
That year he visitor featured in a scene of ‘The Strip’, alongside Aaron Jeffery.
By the end of it everyone is pretty dead.” trainer Tyrone Bell put Feuerriegel on a low-carb, high-protein diet.
“I got nicknamed the ‘Carb Nazi,’” Bell says, laughing.