Daniel Feuerriegel Bio & Career
| Date of Birth :|| Oct 29th, 1981
| Age :||41 Years old
| Height :||6 Feet 1 Inch
Born in October in 1981, Daniel Feuerriegel is a Los Angeles, USA-based Australian actor who has made his mark in the field of movies and acting. Feuerriegel has acted in a number of Australian television series and first came to global notice of the international viewers with his role as a gladiator recruit Agron in the series ‘Spartacus: Blood and Sand’, ‘Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned’.
His full name is Daniel Gregory Feuerriegel and is originally from Sydney, Australia. In 1998, Feuerriegel graduated from Villanova College, which is a Catholic college based in the Brisbane suburb of Coorparoo, Queensland. He then studied acting at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. He graduated from there in 2002. Feuerriegel happens to be a good friend of New Zealand actor Pana Hema Taylor.
Talking about his acting career, Feuerriegel first featured in the 2005 controversial short ‘Boys Grammar’ which also starred Jai Courtney and Adam J. Yeend as his co-actors. A few while later, he joined the cast of ‘Small Claims: White Wedding’.
A year later in 2006, he appeared in feature film ‘Burke & Wills’ before acting on a short film ‘True’. His acting career picked up pace when around the same year he starred as a recurring character on the popular series ‘McLeod’s Daughters’ where he portrayed the role of Leo Coombes for five different episodes. Actor Feuerriegel was also seen in the series ‘Stupid Stupid Man’ where he played the role of Kim in the episode “The Reunion”.
In 2007, he joined the cast of ‘Between the Flags’, a short film. It seems as if Feuerriegel is made for recurring roles, as in 2008 he was seen in another recurring role of the hit series with the name ‘Home and Away’ where he played the role of a journalist Gavin Johnson. Along with Aaron Jeffery, he guest appeared in an episode of ‘The Strip’ the same year. Besides movies and television series, the actor has also appeared in many plays and has proved his mettle in theater as well. A year later in 2009, he played as Brendan in the Australian series ‘All Saints’. Three years earlier in the same series, he had played Cameron “Indy” Jones in the series.The role of Agron, a gladiator recruit, in the Starz hit series ‘Spartacus: Blood and Sand’ of 2010 is one of the popular roles he has ever portrayed. The actor continued the role in 2012 through the second season of the show, titled as ‘Spartacus: Vengeance’, and the show’s third and final season, entitled ‘Spartacus: War of the Damned’.