Actor Andy Whitfield's extraordinary and intense portrayal of SPARTACUS, the ancient freedom fighter, Gladiator and former slave in the STARZ hit series 'Spartacus: "Blood and Sand" brought on a profound recognition to the series.
With his stardom quickly on the rise, Mr Whitfield was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, an aggressive form of cancer. He was forced to step aside from his dream role in the TV series losing his own personal battle September 11, 2011.
Andy Whitfield mesmerized the viewers with his exceptional performance as Spartacus. There was something he brought to the character that jumped off the screen and straight into the viewers heart. Andy Whitfield's enormous passion for the role and inspirational man he was, on and off the big screen, has inspired a worldwide fan base that believes he should be immortalized at the museum. Furthermore, his courageous real life inspirational battle touching the lives of so many to live in the moment with his core values of love, hard work, passion and following ones dreams both personally and professionally leaving a powerful legacy makes him the perfect candidate to be honored with a wax figure at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum.
With your help we can make this happen! Please join us in celebration and tribute to both Andy Whitfield and the historical great "Spartacus".
We, the undersigned, would like Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum to honor the legacy of Spartacus portrayed by the late actor Andy Whitfield commissioning a wax figure in his memory.
The The Face of Spartacus petition to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Sydney, Australia was written by The Face of Spartacus and is in the category Films & Movies at GoPetition.