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Luke Macfarlane was born on the 19th January 1980, in London, Ontario, Canada and is an actor and musician, best known for playing the role of Scotty Wandell in the TV series “Brothers & Sisters”. Currently, he is the main character in the television series “Killjoys”. Macfarlane has been active in the entertainment industry since 2003.
How much is the net worth of Luke Macfarlane? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $3 million, as of the data presented in the end of 2017. Television, film and music are the main sources of Macfarlane’s fortune.
Luke Macfarlane Net Worth $3 Million
To begin with, the boy was raised in Ontario. His father,Thomas (deceased), was the director of student health services at the University of Western Ontario, whereas his mother, Penny, is a nurse at a mental health centre. Luke attended London Central Secondary School with his sisters Ruth and Rebecca. Later, he studied at the Juilliard School of the Arts in New York City, where he started working on several theatrical productions, appearing in “Romeo and Juliet”, “Richard III”, “How You Like” and many more.
His cinematic debut dates back to 2004, with the film “Kinsey”. The same year he appeared in the mini-series “Tanner on Tanner” directed by Robert Altman. In 2005, he played Frank ‘Dim’ Dumphy in the TV series “Over There”, but gained real popularity thanks to the recurring role of Scotty Wandell in “Brothers & Sisters” (2006 – 2011). Then, he joined the cast of the mini-series “Iron Road” (2009), actually shot in China and British Columbia in seven weeks. He was also part of the cast of Howard Ashman’s musical “Dreamstuff” (2009), staged in Los Angeles at the Hayworth Theatre. Since 2014, he has been playing a recurring role in the TV series “The Night Shift”, and since 2015, he has played the main role of RAC Agent D’avin Jaqobis in the TV series “Killjoys”. Moreover, Luke portrayed Chaplain Hopkins in the series “Mercy Street” (2016 – 2017). Recently, he landed roles in the Hallmark films “The Mistletoe Promise” (2016) and “A Birthday Wish” (2017). Overall, his busy schedule in all the above mentioned roles has added sums to the total size of Luke Macfarlane net worth.
In addition, Luke was the singer-songwriter of a group called Nameless Fellow; the band produced an album of studio songs and live tracks, and they then recorded ten additional songs, three of which were recorded as part of the group-organized a concert for Maverick’s artistic director, Danny Strick. Luke also plays cello and trumpet.
Finally, in the personal life of the actor, Luke Macfarlane is openly gay. The young Canadian comedian decided to put an end to rumours that had been rife for several years. In the interview with Globe and Mail, the actor also shared his desire to get married.
|Full Name||Luke Macfarlane|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 19,1980|
|Place Of Birth||London, Ontario, Canada|
|Profession||Film and Stage actor, musician, singer-songwriter|
|Education||London Central Secondary School, Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts, Juilliard School of the Arts in New York City|
|Parents||Thomas Macfarlane, Penny Macfarlane|
|Siblings||Ruth Macfarlane, Rebecca Macfarlane|
|Awards||Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance|
|Music Groups||Nameless Fellow (band)|
|Movies||“Kinsey” (2004), “The Memory Book” (2014), “Christmas Land”, “The Mistletoe Promise” (2016), “A Birthday Wish” (2017), “Supreme Courtships” (2007)|
|TV Shows||“Brothers & Sisters” (2006-2011), “Iron Road” (2009), “Over There”, “Satisfaction” (2013-2015), “Killjoys” (2015-present), “Mercy Street” (2016 – 2017), “Tanner on Tanner”, “Romeo and Juliet” (stage), “Richard III” (stage), “How You Like” (stage)|
|1||Attended Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts Elementary School, followed by Central Secondary school before being accepted into Juilliard for acting.|
|2||Sang in the Amabile Boys Choir.|
|3||He has a twin sister.|
|Rock Paper Dead||2017||post-production||Peter Harris|
|Mercy Street||2016-2017||TV Series||Chaplain Hopkins|
|The Birthday Wish||2017||TV Movie||Dave McGee|
|The Mistletoe Promise||2016||TV Movie||Nick|
|Killjoys||2015-2016||TV Series||D'avin Jaqobis|
|The Night Shift||2014-2016||TV Series||Rick Lincoln|
|Christmas Land||2015||TV Movie||Tucker|
|Supergirl||2015||TV Series||Agent Donovan|
|The Memory Book||2014||TV Movie||Gabe|
|Smash||2013||TV Series||Patrick Dillon|
|Person of Interest||2013||TV Series||Special Agent Alan Fahey|
|Satisfaction||2013||TV Series||Jason Howell|
|Beauty and the Beast||2012||TV Series||Bertrand|
|Brothers & Sisters||2006-2011||TV Series||Scotty Wandell|
|Iron Road||2009||TV Mini-Series||James Nichol|
|Supreme Courtships||2007||TV Movie||Allen|
|Trapped Ashes||2006||Vincent (segment "My Twin, The Worm")|
|Over There||2005||TV Series||Pvt. Frank 'Dim' Dumphy|
|Tanner on Tanner||2004||TV Series||Stuart DeBarge|
|Kinsey||2004||Bruce Kinsey (as Luke MacFarlane)|
|Over There||2005||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Entertainment Tonight||2008||TV Series||Himself|
|2008||Gold Derby TV Award||Gold Derby Awards||Ensemble of the Year||Brothers & Sisters (2006)|