Known for his lively appearance and acting skills, Luke Arnold is one of Australia’s finest actors. He is an excellent swordsman and choreographer with a deep and monotonous voice that has earned him a host of female fans and admirers. Arnold is a rising star and has at least one award and a number of nominations in his name.
Luke Arnold Bio, wiki
Luke Arnold was born on 31 May 1984 in Adelaide, South Australia. Although Luke Arnold was born and educated in Adelaide, he spent most of his high school years in Sydney, New South Wales.
Later, he moved to Sunshine Coast in Queensland where he completed high school at Sunshine Beach High School. Despite the fact that he began stuntman roles (due to his swordsmanship) at the age of 18 (the 2003 Peter Pan film), in order to acquire knowledge and develop his acting skills, Luke had to attend the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) at Edith Cowan University (Mount Lawley campus in Perth, Western Australia), from which he graduated in 2006.
Luke’s prolific career has earned him significant credits in filmography in Australia and abroad. That same year, after graduating from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), he participated in a short video entitled “One Perfect Day”.
His Acting Roles
He played Rhys Plaidy in the Australian television drama “McLeod’s Daughters” (2007). In 2008, Luke was chosen as Jago and Muz in the Australian television series “The Elephant Princess” and “The Strip” respectively.
In 2009, he played the role of Constable Elliot Ryan in the television series “Rush” and Rick Jones in 2 episodes of the Australian series “Rescue Special Ops“. He then played his first major role as Tommy McAlpine in Dagen Merill’s “Broken Hill“.
In 2010, Luke Arnold played in an episode of HBO’s television series “The Pacific“, as well as Tim and Damian in the short film “Letters to Sally“. Luke has appeared in “City Homicide” (TV series), “Twentysomething” (TV series), “Dealing with Destiny” (film) and “The Tunnel” (film); all in 2011.
Luke showed his expertise and versatility in the film “How to Be a Man” (2013), he was the production assistant. In 2014, he will play Michael Hutchence (Australian musician, founder of the rock group INXS) in the Australian mini-series “INXS: Never Tear Us Apart” based on the rock group INXS.
He played the role of John Silver (a pirate) in the American historical adventure TV series Starz entitled “Black Sails”. Most of the characters he has played have brought him to the limelight and recognition (most recently, in 2017, he played in the 6 episodes of the Australian television series “Glitch” by ABC and played in Freedom in American comedy; “Half Magic“).
Luke Arnold has a flair for music, but he has chosen his game over music. He plays the ukulele for fun when he can.
Luke Arnold Girlfriend
Luke Arnold is a very handsome and physically built man; it is no wonder that the ladies seem to be in love with him. However, what is surprising is that there is very little or no essential information about his love life.
He secretly dated “Black Sails” co-star Jessica Parker in 2014 and although this has never been confirmed by any of them, reputable sources have good reason to believe this story. The couple has put an end to things as clandestine as they started.
He claims to be currently single and attributes it to his constant business travel. It is, therefore, safe to say that he is only focusing on his career, at least for the time being. His explanations, however honest they may be, did not prevent rumors that he might well be homosexual from flying away.
Height and body measurements
Luke Arnold is 1.75 m (5 feet 9 inches) tall and weighs 149 lbs. (67.6 kg); which is a perfect weight for his height.
His chest and waist measurements are not available at the moment, but he is fit and athletic, which is obviously due to the fact that he has spent a lot of time in the gym.