Luke Mably

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Luke Mably
Thomas Luke Mably

Years active1999-present

Thomas Luke Mably is an English actor.

Early life[edit]

Mably was born in London, England. He attended the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama.[1]


Mably portrayed White in the thriller Exam under the direction of Stuart Hazeldine.[2] He had a lead role in the 2010 supernatural drama television series The Gates.[3] He also played Prince Edvard in The Prince & Me.

In 2011, Mably portrayed alcoholic civilian neurosurgeon Dr. Simon Hill on the Global Canadian-British medical drama, Combat Hospital.[4] In 2015, he was the lead male character in British horror film 'The Ghost Writer', due for release in 2016.[5]


Year Title Role Notes
1999 Holby City Paul
Dream Team Scott Lucas 1999-2002
2000 In the Beginning Isaac (Younger) TV-mini series
2001 Uprising Zachariah Artenstein
2002 28 Days Later Clifton
EastEnders Ryan
2003 4.37 Jay
2004 The Prince & Me Prince Edvard/Eddie Williams
2005 Spirit Trap Tom
Colour Me Kubrick Rupert Rodnight
2006 The Prince & Me 2: The Royal Wedding King Edvard/Eddie
Deceit Brian
2007 Who Gets the Dog? Hugo Delaney-Jones
Save Angel Hope Henry
Kingdom Mark Larsen
2009 Maggie Hill Ben Emerson
Exam White
Star Crossed Alex Pierce
2010 The Gates Dylan Radcliff
2011 Combat Hospital Dr. Simon Hill
2015 NCIS: New Orleans James Lathom 1 Episode
Rise of the Footsoldier Part II Shawn
2016 Chosen Sonson
2018 Gutterpunks Nigel Mayne post-production


  1. ^ "Birmingham Live - Birmingham news, features, information and sport".
  2. ^ Official Quad One-Sheet: Exam
  3. ^ "ABC Announces 2010 Summer Schedule" (Press release). ABC Television Network. April 7, 2010. Archived from the original on April 5, 2012. Retrieved April 26, 2010.
  4. ^ Vlessing, Etan (14 March 2011). "Elias Koteas And Luke Mably in 'The Hot Zone'". Retrieved 9 July 2017.
  5. ^ Cooke-Black, Saul (28 October 2015). "New film starring Luke Mably and Andrea Deck being shot near Painswick". stroudnewsandjournal. Retrieved 9 July 2017.

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