Agron + getting real tired of everyone’s bullshit
Katrina Law: German brothers. Those two are absolutely fabulous, onscreen and in real life. They’re so fun.
Steven S. DeKnight: They crack me up.
Peter Mensah: They are FUNNY. They are the funniest pair in real life. Did you audition them together?
SDK: No. Separately.
PM: It’s remarkable.
SDK. I saw them and I love them both and they actually look like brothers.
PM: And they act like brothers off set. What a pair.
KL: Being in New Zealand was actually really easy because the three of us lived in the same apartment building. I was constantly, ”What are you doing? You wanna get lunch? Let’s get lunch! Come up to my apartment…” So we just made it like a big house and it’s just fun.
SDK: That sounds awesome.
KL: It was great
(Blu-Ray commentary for Spartacus: Blood and Sand, s1ep13 Kill Them All)
It was when Crixus slams him up against the wall and Pana just comes out with his thickest New Zealand accent, like ”he would have come back with more ”min”” and we all just burst out laughing . I think they kept it in there. That was funny because it just sounded like a little different to everybody else doing their mid-Atlantic or neutral whatever you wanna call it…
One of the incredible things about Spartacus is the ever revolving door of characters; normally characters going out. But this episode marks a first for fan favorite Agron. Dan Feuerriegel has said the most challenging part of playing Agron was keeping up with the intensity of the character. He was always so passionate about everything. In my opinion, Dan gave this sarcastic, hot-headed German a tremendous heart which made every scene with him such a joy.~Liam McIntyre
Spartacus Uncut: Introduction for Mark of the Brotherhood
fan: don’t become an egotisical maniac dan
dan: pfffft too late, have you seen all my selfies?