As Mark Hamill returns to the role of Luke Skywalker and calls it an “unexpected gift, here’s a snapshot of other Luke’s currently bearing unexpected delights for us to sample.
Formerly of Beverley Hills 90210, iconic Luke Perry has continued his successful TV career as well as a notable stage appearance in West End production of ‘When Harry Met Sally’
Luke clearly likes London as he takes the lead in upcoming British Indi film ‘The Beat Beneath My Feet’ Shot in South London Luke plays a disgraced former Rock God and delivers a stonking performance opposite newcomer Nick Galitzine. The Beat Beneath My Feet (2014) Trailer
Confirming his heavyweight credentials by winning a Laurence Olivier Award for his West End performance in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, this is a Luke with eye for detail and a talent for characters.
As well as a glittering theatre career he also has a string of movies under his belt with Angelina Jolie the latest director to have brought him on board for the Coen Brothers scripted “Unbroken”. Official website: www.unbrokenfilm.com/
The man needs no introduction, the internationally acclaimed powerhouse director behind The Fifth Element, Nil by Mouth is about to deliver up ‘Lucy’ whilst in the background the Transporter odessey continues it’s journey.
Wilson’s family gatherings must be a riot. Together with Owen and Andrew, Luke Wilson makes up a triumverate of talented, award winning brothers. After a string of film roles Luke is stepping up his writing career with Juarez 9 which he is also slated to direct with brother Andrew while his latest short also demands attention.
Leaping from the boy band ranks to the bad boy cameos, Luke has been carving a name for himself as an actor and is finally being taken seriously in LA. With ‘Lost Time’ Christian Sesma’s debut feature, he confirms his metamorphis is nearly complete.
And of course – the original Lucky Luke a Belgian comic character cowboy in the Wild West who travels around delivering justice wherever he goes. Created by Belgian cartoonist Maurice De Bevere, this Luke also appeared in a couple of live action films and continues to delight kids young and old.