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The Gladiator Crixus from the TV series “Spartacus: Blood and sand”
Bennett became most famous for her performance as the Gallic Gladiator Crixus in the TV series ‘Spartacus: Gods of the arena’ (‘Spartacus: Gods of the Arena’) and ‘Spartacus: Blood and sand’ (‘Spartacus: Blood and Sand’). Another of his notable roles – the leader of the orcs Azog the Defiler in the trilogy of Peter Jackson’s ‘the Hobbit’ (‘The Hobbit’), the film adaptation of the tale of John. Tolkien (J. R. R. Tolkien). In addition, Bennett plays Slade Wilson (supervillain, Deathstroke) in the series ‘Strela’ (‘Arrow’).
Manu Bennett born 10 October 1969 in Auckland, New Zealand (Auckland, New Zealand). His mother is an Australian model, mostly performing in shows bikini, and his father a new Zealand singer. The family moved to Australia (Australia), when Bennett was only a few months old. On my father’s side of the Mana flows the blood of representatives of Maori tribes and the Spaniards, the mother of the Scots and the Spaniards. His childhood Bennett held in Sydney (Sydney) and Newcastle (Newcastle).
In 1986, Bennett returned to New Zealand, where he enrolled in the College, Te Aute College. In his student years he played Rugby. Arriving back to Australia, Manu was admitted to the Rugby team ‘the New South Wales Schoolboys Rugby Union Team’. However, the growing interest in modern dance, classical ballet and piano, Bennett was forced to quit sports. He began to study acting and dance, and after I got the scholarship and went to Los Angeles (Los Angeles) – Institute of theatre and cinema Lee Strasberg (Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute).
Acting on a professional level Mana was released in 1993 when she starred in the teen ‘soap’ called ‘Paradise Beach’. Then he got a small role in the Australian series teledrama, including ‘Water rats’ (‘Water Rats’), ‘All the Saints’ (‘ll Saints’) and ‘Beastmaster’ (‘Beastmaster’). In 1996, Bennett wrote in the theatre, where he was offered to play in the play ‘lady Chatterley’s Lover’ (‘Lover Lady Chatterley’s’) based on the novel by D. H. Lawrence (D. H. Lawrence). The statement is then answered by the Australian theatre and film Director Robert Chater (Robert Chuter).
In 1999, Bennett has lived up to his first starring role in the movie ‘Tomoko’ (‘Tomoko’), which was filmed in Tokyo (Tokyo). Another star of the movie was Rumiko Koyanagi (Koyanagi Rumiko). In 2000, Bennett played on the Playground, where they filmed the TV series ‘Xena – warrior Princess’ (Xena: Warrior Princess). In ‘Xena’ he took the role of Mark Antony. Next, the actor was allowed to fully showcase their dancing skills because it is assumed his next role – a teacher of salsa Steve Valdez in the drama ‘Lantana’ (‘Lantana’) 2001.
After a series of projects, which included the series ‘Shortland street’ (‘Shortland Street’), ‘Defender’ (‘Street Legal’), ‘Windom’ (‘Mataku’), and interesting experience as a leading new Zealand reality show ‘Going Straight’, Bennett was enrolled in the ensemble cast of action ‘Marine’ (‘The Marine’). In 2006, he starred in the horror film ’30 days of night’ (’30 Days of Night’) together with Josh Hartnett (Josh Hartnett).
In 2010, Bennett had begun work on a new Australian TV series ‘Spartacus: Blood and sand’. He was the only team of actors who starred in all three seasons and the prequel ‘Spartacus: Gods of the arena’. Recently, it was reported that Bennett will star in a new Thriller by Rupert Wainwright (Rupert Wainwright) ‘Shadows from the sky’ (‘Shadows from the Sky’).
The Bennett and Israeli socialite Karin Horen have three children.
In an interview, Bennett spoke about the horrible disaster that took the lives of his mother and brother. Manu himself then spent two weeks in a coma. He explained that, thanks to the efforts of his girlfriend, the ballerina, he tried his hand at acting, and realized that the game is a great way to Express your emotions. According to Bennett, acting career helped him to start living again.

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