Michael Luke

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Name:

Michael Luke

Ethnicity:

White/Caucasian

Location:

North East

Native Accents:

North Eastern/North Yorks

Other Accents:

Geordie, London, American, Middle England

Languages Spoken:

Gender:

Male

Playing Age:

late 20's to late 30's

Height (cm):

190

Hair Colour:

Brown

Eye Colour:

Hazel

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Website:

Experience

- April 2013 - Played lead role in Francis Durbridge's "House Guest" production for Durham Dramatic Society at The City Theatre. The role won me the Best Actor Award for 2013.
- June 2013 - Played Claudio in Durham Shakespeare Group's production of "Much Ado About Nothing".
- July 2013 - Played a speaking role in a commercial for a company called Vanarama. The advertisement had a three month run on Sky Sports and Sky Sports News.
- August 2013 - Speaking role in independent film "Faith".
- August 2013 - Extra in major ITV detective series "Vera".
- September 2013 - Lead role in C.B. Gilford's "Bull In A China Shop", a contemporary comedy set in Irish/American New York. Once again, a Durham Dramatic Society production.
- March 2014 - Speaking role in CBBC drama Wolfblood.
- March 2014 - Supporting artist in BBC drama Harriet's War.
- March 2014- Awarded Best Actor 2013 at the Durham Dramatic Society annual awards for my role in "House Guest".
- April 2014 - Lead role in "Arsenic and Old Lace". A theatrical production of the 1943 film by Frank Capra.
- July 2014 - Major role in the production of "Up Pompeii" at Sunderland Royalty Theatre.
- October 2014 - Leading role in a special production of Lee Hall's "Pitman Painters" performed at The Miner's Hall at the request of Durham Miners Association.
- October 2014 - Supporting role, alongside Martin Shaw, in "Inspector George Gently" for the BBC.
- November 2014 - Major role in the production of "Our House" by John Godber at the The City Theatre in Durham.
- March 2015 - Won Best Supporting Actor for my role in "Arsenic and Old Lace" at The Durham City Theatre annual awards.
- May 2015 - Played the lead in Alan Ayckbourn's "How the Other Half Loves" at The Royalty Theatre in Sunderland.
- September 2015 - Lead role in a stage production of the classic Ealing comedy "The Ladykillers".

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