Luke's eyes are blue, and his hair is naturally light brown.
One of Luke's hobbies is mask making.
Luke's dream car is the Porsche Carrera.
Luke prefers night to mornings, and sleeps with one pillow.
Some of Luke's favourite things are:
Music - Stevie Wonder
Movie - 10 Rillington Place
Smell - Fresh magazines or petrol
Ice Cream - Vanilla with biscuit bits
Game - Poker
Sport - Football.
Holiday destination - a deserted island
City - New York City.
Luke's favourite food is Italian, and an English breakfast. His favourite drink is orange juice.
Luke's father (Colin Mably) is an English teacher, and his mother (Lynne Benton) is a Librarian.
Luke stars in the film Deceit alongside Jon Abrahams.
Luke stars in the 2007 film Save Angel Hope alongside Billy Boyd.
Luke has an older brother and sister: he's the youngest.
Luke's height is 6' (1.83 m) tall.
Luke: I don't come from the background of this movie at all (The Prince and Me.) I didn't go to a private school or anything like that. I went to some pretty rough, comprehensive schools in South London. What surprised me about this is that I feel like I was just sort of a budding actor in London. I didn't really expect to get a lead role in a movie, just suddenly like this. It's been a real shock. I was just tiptoeing in the shallow end and I feel like somebody picked me up and shoved me into the deep end. I feel very privileged to have this opportunity because I have a lot of friends, other actors I went to college with, and it's a real tough, very competitive business.
Luke: My first interest [in film], I suppose, was when I was about eight or nine and I had a good friend whose father brought home the first version of a video camera and we were let loose with it for a weekend. We were eight or nine year old kids so we started making these terrible horror films with tomato sauce and white sheets to pretend to be ghosts. I just remember really enjoying that and the whole creative side of it. I took drama school after that and the whole time, it was just fun and I remember just enjoying doing it - being different people or dressing up in costumes. But I started taking it really seriously when I got into drama school in London and it was a three-year training. From there, I've been on a mission I guess.
Luke: (When asked if he learnt anything new while filming "The Prince and Me") I learned many new skills, like how to ride a horse. I had never done it before in my life. I had 3-hour intense lessons and had to learn how in 2 weeks, and not just ride a horse, but how to ride like a Prince sitting up quite straight and all. I also learned about table manners, how to shake hands properly and how to get out of a car correctly.
Luke: I want my acting career to continue the way it has been going! I'd like to play many different kinds of characters. I want to do good work that challenges me as an actor. This is the nicest character that I have ever played. (Edvard in "The Prince and Me") In the past I have only played thugs, bad boys and psychopathic criminals. But there is still a lot more I want to do.
Luke: I grew up in London. I have been acting professionally for 5 years. I went to drama school in England when I was younger and started to take acting more seriously after college.
Luke: There are a lot of actors that I really admire such as, Robert Deniro, Daniel Day Lewis, Sean Penn and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, to name a few. They are the kind of actors that really excite me and think that they are wonderful in what they do.
Luke: (his advice to kids wanting to be an actor/actress) If you have a dream, follow it, but you need to be aware that it is a very competitive business, before you go into it. There are a lot of sacrifices you have to make. For instance, I don't have much of a social life. You really have to commit yourself to it. A lot of it is about luck, perseverance and being at the right place at the right time. Also, have a back up plan as well, because it might not work out. Go to school and get your education! Have something else you can fall back on.
Luke: (on his most humiliating experience) My mum sent me to school wearing underpants made of a kind of see through net material. Anyway, that day I just happened to have PE. I had forgotten my kit so I was forced to carry out the PE lesson wearing only my vest and the pants! The whole class could see everything!
Luke: (When asked if he enjoys doing physically comedy like on The Prince & Me)
I suppose so. I think it's quite rewarding. I don't really know what I'm doing, I'm just making it up as I go along (laughing). This is a romantic comedy and I'm keen to do quite dramatic stuff after this. I want to try out lots of things and do lots of different kinds of roles and characters. I'm keen to try and challenge myself.