Jeffrey Thomas stars in "Spartacus: Gods of the Arena" on Starz as Titus. Father to Batiatus (John Hannah), Titus is frail and ill of health yet still looms large as a commanding, paternalistic voice of discretion in his son's life. A man of tradition, Titus is a proud master of gladiators who is devoted to the old ways and disapproving of his son's departure from them.

A Welsh-born actor best known for his television roles, Jeffrey Thomas rose to prominence in New Zealand in the late 1980's with the lead role of Inspector Brian Finn in the TVNZ police drama series "Shark in the Park," and is also well-known for his roles in two long-running New Zealand soap operas, "Mercy Peak" and "Shortland Street." His distinctive voice can be heard narrating a large number of documentaries.

Internationally, Thomas is best known for his roles of Jason in "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and narrator in Costa Botes's and Peter Jackson's mockumentary "Forgotten Silver." Thomas is a graduate of Liverpool University and Oxford University in England. Bilingual in English and Welsh, he is also a writer of dramatic material in both languages. He has scripted several episodes of New Zealand television drama series, and has also written several stage plays, including "Playing the Game," which has been performed in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

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