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Luke Mably Wiki Biography
Born Thomas Luke Mably on the 1st March 1975 in London, England UK, he is an actor, best known to the world as Eddie in the film “The Prince and Me”, and as Dr. Simon Hill in the TV series “Combat Hospital”, among many other differing appearances.
Have you ever wondered how rich Luke Mably is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Mably’s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount earned through his successful career in the world of entertainment, active since the late ‘90s.
Luke Mably Net Worth $5 Million
Luke grew up in Birmingham, with his two older siblings, where he went to the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, now known as Birmingham School of Acting.
Unfortunately, little is known about other aspects of his life before his career began; he made his debut in 1999 with the role of Paul Ripley in the TV series “Holby City”, and the same year landed his first recurring role, as Scott Lucas in the sport drama series “Dream Team” (1999-2000), while a year later he was Younger Isaac in the adventure drama series “In the Beginning”, about biblical tales from the books Genesis and Exodus. His net worth was established.
He started the new millennium with the role Zachariah Artenstein in the Golden Globe Award-nominated film “Uprising”, starring Leelee Sobieski, Hank Azaria and David Schwimmer, while in 2002 he had a minor role in the rather successful sci-fi horror “28 Days Later…”, and in 2004 was cast in a starring role in the romantic comedy film “The Prince and Me”, next to Julia Stiles and Miranda Richardson. The film became a success, both commercially and critically, which highly increased Luke’s net worth, but also his popularity, which resulted in new notable roles. He repeated the role of Eddie in the sequel “The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding” in 2006, having featured in the horror “Spirit Trap”, and “Color Me Kubrick”. His next successful accomplishment was the role of White in the BAFTA-nominated mystery thriller “Exam” in 2009, with Adar Beck, Gemma Chan and Nathalie Cox in the lead roles, which also added to his net worth.
The following year he portrayed Dylan Radcliff in the TV crime-drama series “The Gates”, and in 2011 had one of his most prominent roles, Dr. Simon Hill in the TV war drama series “Combat Hospital”, starring next to Elias Koteas and Michelle Borth, further increasing his wealth. After that, he took a short hiatus from acting, and returned in 2015 with a guest role in the TV series “NCIS: New Orleans”, and leading roles in the films “Isolation” and “Rise of the Footsoldier Part II”, all in 2015.
Most recently, Luke starred in the war drama film “Chosen” (2016) and is working on the thriller “The Ghost Writer”, which is currently in post-production.
Regarding his personal life, Luke has been in a relationship with actress Andrea Deck for quite some time, and the two became engaged in 2016, but still haven’t take the final step.
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 1, 1976|
|Place Of Birth||London, United Kingdom|
|Education||Birmingham School of Acting|
|Nominations||Canadian Screen Award - Shaw Media Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role|
|Movies||The Prince and Me, The Prince & Me 2: The Royal Wedding, 28 Days Later, Exam, The Gates, Combat Hospital, Spirit Trap, Colour Me Kubrick, Save Angel Hope, Chosen, Uprising, EastEnders, Maggie Hill, In the Beginning Since|
|1||In 2015, he gained 15-20 pounds of muscle mass to play the role of 'Shawn' in 'Rise Of The Foot soldier 2'.|
|2||He was a vegetarian up to the age of 15.|
|3||Benedict Nightingale from The Times newspaper compared him to "...a blend of introverted Burton and tormented Brando - a performer to relish".|
|4||Graduated from Birmingham School of Speech & Drama (now Birmingham School of Acting) in 1998.|
|5||Youngest of 3 children.|
|The Ghost Writer||2016||post-production||Gilliger Graham|
|Rise of the Footsoldier Part II||2015||Shawn|
|NCIS: New Orleans||2015||TV Series||James Lathom|
|Combat Hospital||2011||TV Series||Dr. Simon Hill|
|The Gates||2010||TV Series||Dylan Radcliff|
|Star Crossed||2009||Alex Pierce|
|Maggie Hill||2009||TV Movie||Ben Emerson|
|Blue Murder||2007||TV Series||Dr. Fraser Mekee|
|Who Gets the Dog?||2007||TV Movie||Hugo Delaney-Jones|
|Save Angel Hope||2007||Henry|
|The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding||2006||Video||Prince Edvard|
|Color Me Kubrick||2005||Rupert Rodnight|
|The Prince and Me||2004||Eddie|
|28 Days Later...||2002||Private Clifton|
|Dream Team||1999-2002||TV Series||Scott Lucas|
|Uprising||2001||TV Movie||Zachariah Artenstein|
|Saturday Night Feeling||2001||Short||Corky|
|In the Beginning||2000||TV Mini-Series||Isaac (Younger)|
|Holby City||1999||TV Series||Paul Ripley|
|2013||Canadian Screen Award||Canadian Screen Awards, CA||Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role||Combat Hospital (2011)|