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Andy Whitfield of Spartacus Cancer Death Documentary

Seeking to inspire others, he allowed documentary cameras to capture his final months

“I am going to go to sleep now as my body won’t work any more. I am like a butterfly with broken wings.” -- Andy Whitfield’s final words to his children :(

from Men's Health

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Andy Whitfield is a MASSIVE inspiration for me. Did what he loved and stated dedicated all whilst battling lymphoma. Your mind is your only barrier, it creates the imaginary cieling you cant break through. RIP.

Andy Whitfield | Actor & Model | Known for his role as 'Spartacus' in the Showtime series "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" | Birth: October 17, 1971 | Death: September 11, 2011 | Cause of Death: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma | Burial: Sydney Memorial, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia

Spartacus (2010) After leading a mutiny against the Romans, a Thracian man (Andy Whitfield) is torn from his homeland and condemned to a brutal death in the arena, only to outlast his executioners and be reborn as the enslaved gladiator Spartacus. The legendary rebel leader tirelessly wages battle -- in and out of the ring -- to reclaim his wife and home in this graphic tale co-starring Lucy Lawless and John Hannah.

Spartacus, if you like 300, than this very graphic tv series is something for you. Lots of blood, rage, death, honour, weapons and lust that goes along with very naked bodies. Sadly the actor, that portrayed spartacus so perfectly, Andy Whitfield, died at the age of 39 of cancer in 2011. He will be missed...

from Mail Online

Vashti Whitfield is still learning to live without Andy Whitfied

Still learning: The widow of Spartacus star Andy Whitfield, Vashti, has told how she is battling to create a life without her husband three years after his death as she focuses on their two children Jesse and Indigo


#isee #mycubs #mypride So many comings and goings, beginnings and endings, births and deaths present this weekend. A little shot from the vault, to remind us all the that making the most of now, is where the richest, most meaningFULL bits come to life.