luke is a professional musician, producer, actor, actor/actress, songwriter, and film director.
He is the lead guitarist of the rock band, The Grand Tours.
luke was born in Chicago and raised in Nashville, Tennessee.
luked began his musical career at age 5 when he joined the Tennessee Symphony Orchestra as a percussionist.
After several years of performing with the orchestra, he began his career in film production, primarily with a role as a bass player in a film titled “Gangsters of the Night” in 1983.
The film was a huge hit, grossing over $200 million worldwide.
lukes music career began in the late 1990s when he was cast in the role of the titular “Gambler” in the movie “The Gambler” which won the Academy Award for Best Motion Picture Drama.
His next film role was the title role in the 2005 action thriller “The Pursuit of Happyness.” luke’s next film appearance was as a leading man in the animated movie “Kingdom of Heaven.”
The following year, he played the part of an English knight in the film “The Knights of the Round Table” which was directed by Ridley Scott.
He played the title character in the 2010 action thriller, “Baron Zemo,” which was released in theaters in 2015.
He then continued to play the role in 2018’s “The Last of Us.” lukes next film was “The Grand Tour” which earned luke a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture.
In 2018, luke starred as the lead role in an animated short titled “Kirby” which starred Michael Cera.
The short received critical acclaim and received widespread critical acclaim, receiving a 96% on Rotten Tomatoes score.
lukes second film role came in 2019 in the feature film “Killer of the Week” which garnered rave reviews and won luke an Academy Award nomination.
In 2021, luked played the role as the leading role in a motion picture titled “The King’s Quest: Part 2” which also won an Academy nomination.
luka reestablished himself as a household name when he starred in the blockbuster movie, “The Fate of the Furious.”
The film earned rave reviews from critics, grossed over $1 billion worldwide, and became the highest grossing film of all time.
lutas film role in “The Curse of Monkey Island” was a lead role which earned him an Academy Nomination and Golden Globe nomination for best performance by an actor in a drama.
He also starred as a minor character in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” which received rave reviews for its portrayal of same-sex relationships and same-gender relationships in a fantasy setting.
luto combs is an American singer-songwriter and producer, best known for his music videos, including the “Wings,” “Pillow Talk,” and “I Don’t Believe You.” luto has been involved in several television, stage and feature film projects including the Broadway production of “The Mummy Returns” which he directed and produced.
lurie is an actor, singer, song writer, and songwriter.
She is best known as a vocalist on the British comedy duo, The Smurfs, and is also the author of several books.
She received a BAFTA Award nomination in 2018 for best actor in television.
luolian is a British singer-actress who has performed on the BBC Television series “The Thick of It,” the BBC drama series “Sicko,” and the ITV comedy “Lovesick.” luola is a French actress and film and television actress.
she has been known for her roles in the films “La Vie en Rose” and “The Lost Weekend” and as the voice of a character on the ITV series “Furious 7.”
She has been nominated for several awards, including a Golden Globes nomination for “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Leading Role” in 2016.
luz is an English actress and television personality.
she gained international attention for her role in James Cameron’s “Avatar,” in which she played the female lead, Zoe Saldana.
She has had a number of television and film roles, including as the heroine of the hit BBC sitcom “Bored to Death,” and on the popular sitcom “House of Lies.” luz has appeared in a variety of films and television shows including “The Adventures of Sharknado,” “Serenity,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Totally Biased,” “Avengers,” “Gotham,” “Arrow,” “Halo,” “Cougar Town,” “Deadpool,” “Game of Thrones,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Logan,” “Modern Family,” “Quantico,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “WWE,” “House,” “Lost,”