Nolan Gould (born October 28, 1998) is an American teen actor widely known for his role as youngest sibling Luke Dunphy on the ABC sitcom Modern Family. He is the brother of actor Aidan Gould.
Gould began his career at the age of three doing commercials. Nolan Gould's most recent films include leads in the features Ghoul (based on the novel by Brian Keene) and Space Buddies. Current television credits for Nolan Gould include Eleventh Hour and the movie of the week, "Sweet Nothing in My Ear." He is also a star of the TV show Modern Family, for which he has twice won a Screen Actor's Guild Award for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
Gould has trained with Patrick Malone and Lisa Picotte for years, focusing on scene study, cold reading and improv. During 2009, Gould appeared in commercials for The Hartford.
Personal life 
Gould was born in Columbus, Georgia. Shortly after birth, he moved to Phenix City, Alabama, where his father was stationed at Fort Benning. When Gould was age five, his family moved to California.
Gould is a member of Mensa, and as of 2012, had accelerated six grades in school. During the 2012 summer, at age 13, he graduated from high school by taking a special exam and said he hopes to take online college courses. Gould plays the double bass.
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