Jeffrey Thomas – Biography of Jeffrey Thomas

Actor and writer Jeffrey Thomas was born in Wales (United Kingdom), and studied in the universities of Liverpool Y Oxford. Since graduation, he has developed an intense career in film and television, both in New Zealand and in Australia and the United Kingdom.

He has had leading roles in numerous series, such as in the production of the BBC, “Bowen A’i Bartner“, the productions of TVNZShark in the park” Y “Marlin bay“or the miniseries”The Sound and the Silence“, for which he was nominated for various awards in the category Best Supporting Actor.

As a screenwriter, he has written different episodes for television series “Gloss“,”Marlin bay” Y “Plainclothes“. Bilingual in English and Welsh, in the latter language he has written and developed numerous episodes of the hit drama series.”Mwy Na Phapur Newydd“.

His play “Playing the game“was released in the Circa Theater from the city of Wellington; later it was produced in the United Kingdom where it premiered, first in the Theater Clwyd and in the The King’s Head, From london; to later move on to the famous West End. He has also written two books, one of which is a collection of children’s stories, in addition to the short film that he also directed “Making Money“.

On the big screen Thomas acted in the Australian film “Hunting“(1991) and in the New Zealand drama”Shirt“(2000).

He currently has the leading role of Titus in the miniseries of the Starz television network, “Spartacus: Gods of the Arena“, prequel to the series (temporarily suspended due to the illness of its protagonist, the actor Andy Whitfield), “Spartacus: Blood and Sand“.