Liam McIntyre is popular around the globe for his portrayal of Spartacus, the lead character in the television series Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned. The 40-year-old Australian actor has been in the television industry for more than a decade now and has also starred in several films from time to time.
Apart from Spartacus, McIntyre is also known for voicing various fictitious characters in animated films along with lending his voice to video game characters.
In this article, we talk about 15 movies and TV shows in which Liam McIntyre has featured.
- The legend of Hercules
Released in 2014, The Legend of Hercules explores the adventures of the mythical character, Hercules. The film is directed by Renny Harlin and presents Kellan Lutz as Hercules.
The role that Liam McIntyre plays in the film is Sotiris- a character important to the plot and was appreciated for his portrayal of the character. The legend of Hercules marked McIntyre’s debut in films.
Spartacus sits right after Liam McIntyre’s film debut at the second rank. The three-seasons epic television series was what shot McIntyre to fame.
Liam McIntyre started playing the lead persona of Spartacus from season 2 onwards after the unfortunate passing away of Andy Whitfield who portrayed the role in the first season.
Spartacus is undoubtedly one of the best works of Liam McIntyre and is a must-watch for all his admirers.
- The Flash
A fairly famous show on TV, The Flash, has been aired since 2014. 8 seasons and 171 episodes of the show have been released until now.
Liam McIntyre features in the show as Mark Mardon or the Weather Wizard. His character was introduced in the first episode of the first season itself and appeared in a total of 5 episodes.
The Flash is rated 7.6 on IMDb and 89% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Security is a film about a security guard in a mall and formerly a marine captain who strives to protect an eleven-year-old girl from a gang that wants to kill her. Starring Antonio Banderas in the lead, Security is a high-octane action flick directed by Alain DesRochers.
Liam McIntyre features in the movie as Vance, the head of a small group of on-duty mall cops.
Security was released in 2017.
- Justice League Dark: Apokolips War
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War is an animated film belonging to the DC Universe Animated Original Movies. Liam McIntyre voices Captain Boomerang in it.
The film flaunts an unbelievable rating of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes making it a perfect watch. Directed by Matt Peters and Christina Sotta, Justice League Dark: Apokolips War was released on digital platforms in 2020.
- Justice Society: World War II
Another animated movie from the DC Universe Animated Original Movies, Justice Society: World War II features in Liam McIntyre’s filmography career. Released in 2021, the film boasts a rating of 81% on Rotten Tomatoes and 6.4 on IMDb.
Liam McIntyre voices the iconic character Aquaman in this film directed by Jeff Wamester.
- See You Soon
See You Soon presents the narrative of an arrogant soccer player whose career is jeopardized when he suffers a serious injury and during his recovery, is smitten by a single mother from Russia who changes his life.
Liam McIntyre plays Ryan Hawkes, the protagonist of the film opposite Jenia Tanaeva.
The American-Russian romance drama is directed by David Mahmoudieh and was released in 2017.
- Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
We have yet another film from DC Universe Animated Original Movies on this list of 15 Liam McIntyre Movies and TV Shows. Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay features Liam McIntyre’s voiceover for Owen Mercer.
The film is directed by Sam Liu and is rated 88% on Rotten Tomatoes and 7 on IMDb.
It was released on digital platforms on 27 March 2018.
- Apple of My Eye
Showcasing a unique plot, Apple of My Eye depicts a young girl Bailey, an equestrian who loses her sight and her ability to connect with anyone after a traumatic accident until a miniature horse named Apple is trained to be her companion and surrogate eyes.
Directed by Castille Landon, Apple of My Eye came out on DVD and digital platforms in 2017.
Jason Andrews is the persona that Liam McIntyre portrays in the film.
- The Killing Field
Directed by Samantha Lang, The Killing Field is a television film released in 2014 in Australia. It is a mystery drama narrating the endeavors of a task force assigned to investigate a field filled with dead bodies.
Liam McIntyre plays the role of Detective Senior Constable Dan Wild in the film.
The Killing Field is rated 6.7 on IMDb.
Pulse is a T.V miniseries about a transplant patient who becomes a doctor in the cardio-thoracic ward and her crusades against an ailing medical system. The show comprises one season involving 8 episodes. The first episode was aired on 20 July 2017 and the concluding episode was on 7 September 2017.
Liam McIntyre appears in the series as Eli Nader in all 8 episodes.
Them is an American horror anthology series that premiered on Amazon Prime Video on April 9, 2021. It comprises one season and 10 episodes.
Liam McIntyre features in the show as a guest for the role of Clarke Wendell.
Them received mixed reviews from critics upon its premiere. However, a second season to it is currently in development nonetheless.
- The Clearing
Starring Liam McIntyre in the lead, The Clearing is the intriguing tale of a father who battles through a zombie apocalypse to save his daughter’s life when their camping trip takes a terrifying turn and she goes missing.
The film is directed by David Matalon.
A fast-paced horror and adventure, The Clearing was released in 2022 on the free streaming platform Crackle.
- Star Wars Resistance
Liam McIntyre returns as a voiceover artist again in this list. As is evident from the name, Star Wars Resistance is based on the iconic space opera Star Wars by George Lucas.
Comprising two seasons, the show features McIntyre as Commander Pyre, a high-ranking officer in the First Order.
The series contains a total of 40 episodes with the first one premiering on October 7, 2018, and the final episode on January 26, 2020.
- This Little Love of Mine
This Little Love of Mine presents the story of a lawyer, Laura who returns to her small island home to convince her childhood friend Chip to accept an inheritance and replace his wealthy grandfather at the head of a company.
Liam McIntyre plays Chip- one of the main personas.
The movie is a comedy-drama directed by Christine Luby. It was released on 16 April 2021 on Netflix.