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Likened in looks to both Jake Gylenhall and James Dean, Luke trained at the New York Film school. First spotted in 2006 by director Jonny Campbell to feature in the tongue in cheek Ant and Dec film Alien Autopsy. His first starring role came in The Wrach, a Short Thriller where he played a young American musician on the search for inspiration. He later won a ‘Best actor in an ensemble Feature Film award at the LA Asian film festival. Further roles in Magic Boys (with Michael Madsen -Reservoir Dogs) and Minnie Jones Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), Zippo and Shake it off followed.
Luke’s most recent film is the Thriller Blackwood, directed by Adam Wimpenny which is due out later this year. He also stars in the documentary’ How Sherlock Changed The World’, due for release in the USA in October.