Lucy Lawless has dabbled in just about every geek genre known to drooling man, whether battling swords and sorcerers alike on Xena: Warrior Princessinfiltrating the Battlestar as a Cylon on Battlestar Galacticaand violating many an ancient slave on Spartacus: Blood and Sand. How does this prequel lend more insight into your character? We learn how Lucretia got to be the way she is: a pretty straightforward, horrible Roman wife.
Check out what she had to say after the jump:. Question: So, Lucretia survived her wound in Season 1? It was just a little poke in the tummy.
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To say that it was a happy day in my life when I discovered that Lucy Lawless, the woman who was Xena: Warrior Princessappeared naked on screen would be like saying it was a happy day when we ended World War II. To find out that the woman who was one of my early childhood crushes not only still attractive, but hot as hell was some truly great news. It is not always the case that seeing a person naked will live up to what you had imagined in your head.
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You just keep finding these shows that attract such passionate fan bases. They find me. I mean, well, two of them were given to me by my husband.
In addition to the copious amounts of blood spilled on-screen, the Starz ancient Rome epic features boundary-pushing sex scenes that are about as explicit as you can get on television. Lawless, who had not done nudity prior to Spartacusis at the center of a number of them as manipulative man-eater Lucretia. Spartacus sets record ratings for Starz.
Battlestar Galactica 's Lucy Lawless finally bares it all for her role as Lucretia, the rapacious wife of John Hannah's Batiatus, in Starz's upcoming Spartacus: Blood and Sandand she's not shy about it. At all. Slavery, different attitudes to sexuality, prostitution, you name it.
By Robert Rorke. In the scene, Thracian he-man Spartacus, played by Welsh-born actor Andy Whitfield, is making love to his wife. The camera lovingly pans down their writhing naked bodies.
And now the Spartacus actress has revealed that, had she been around in ancient Greece, she would have displayed some of her TV character Lucretia's vicious traits. No doubt, I would fight you to the death for a bottle of water if [only one] was left. But, I reckon if I lived in that environment, I would figure it out.