Australian actor Dustin Clare began working professionally immediately after graduating from drama school in 2004, and within two years was co-starring on the popular soap opera "McLeod's Daughters," a long-running hit on Australian television. His hot-tempered but sexy ranch hand Riley Ward was popular enough to get Clare a more prominent role on the steamy romantic drama "Satisfaction," set in a high-class brothel. While on this series, he began dating his co-star Camille Keenan. In 2011, Clare got his big international break when he starred in the American-made action miniseries "Spartacus: Gods of the Arena." His performance was popular enough that his character Gannicus became a recurring figure in the "Spartacus" series.