Everyone knows Jack Osbourne as the co-star of The Osbournes, one of the highest-rated series in MTV history. Additionally, a whole new audience grew to love him on Season 17 of Dancing with the Stars.
Jack released his autobiography, Twenty One Years Gone in October 2006. He was incredibly honest about his life and his descent into addiction, his redemption and his passion for extreme sports. Jack continued to follow his passion while filming his hit TV show Adrenaline Junkie as he traveled the world to conquer the most challenging sports. The series appeared in over one hundred countries and six continents.
Jack has appeared on television shows such as Dawson's Creek and That '70s Show. In addition, Jack had a cameo in the motion picture Austin Powers: Goldmember and a featuring role in the film New York Minute. In the past year, he has taken on roles behind the camera. He produced a documentary about his father, Ozzy Osbourne, that premiered in 2011 at the Tribeca Film Festival, and directed a music video for Ozzy's song, "Life Won't Wait" that debuted in August 2010.
When the Romans take the city, Spartacus decides their best move is to run. And Gannicus proves himself worthy of all the praise that€™s so often heaped on him.
So that pirate was sort of a happy dude and well-liked character. Until this scene, which also happens to be a pretty brutal death. Well done, Laeta.
The pirate Heracleo betrays team Spartacus, Caesar stabs Spartacus, Agron does an amazing spin down a rope, and Crixus and Naevia return to fight for the city. A real action packed sequence.