Christian Antidormi (born May 20, 1992) is an Australian actor. He is recognised for his roles in several television productions including As The Bell Rings, Home and Away and the US television series, Spartacus: War of the Damned.
Antidormi was born and raised in Sydney's southern suburbs. A talented soccer player, he played the sport for 14 years and actively participated karate, swimming and tennis. Antidormi discovered his love of dramatic arts and hip hop dancing at the age of 15. His interest and talent in hip hop lead him to numerous stage and music video productions and competitions, including Cassie Davis I Like it Loud music video, and the National Hip Hop solo title at the Australian Showcase Dance Championships.
Antidormi’s passion for the arts led him to take on singing, as well as become a part-time Hip Hop teacher at his former dance school All Starz Performing Arts Studio in Sydney. Christian took the path of film and television, and participated in numerous acting courses at some of Australia’s leading acting schools TAFTA (The Australian Film and Television Academy) and the Australian Theatre for Young People.
Christian made his acting debut in 2008 in the AFI award winning Australia television mini-series, False Witness, produced by Screentime Australia' for the Australian subscription television channel UK.TV, which aired in several countries around the world.
In 2009 Christian landed his breakout television role starring in Disney Channel's locally produced short-form comedy series As The Bell Rings. Christian starred in Series 3 and 4 that aired on Foxtel/Austar in 2010/2011.
He appeared in two short films, I Spy and Pride and was cast as a recurring guest in the Seven Networks soap opera television series Home and Away as Jaden Post. Christian also appeared in the Seven Network drama television series Packed to the Rafters in 2012.
In July 2012 Antidormi played the role of Tiberius, the son of Marcus Crassus in the fourth and final season of the American historical action television series Spartacus: War of the Damned.
He was photographed for a coffee table book titled In The Tub (photographed and directed by TJ Scott, Spartacus Director). All proceeds from the coffee table book go to the Breast Cancer Foundation - Release 2013.