Luke Tittensor

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Luke Tittensor
Born Luke James Tittensor
(1989-11-03) 3 November 1989 (age 27)
Heywood, Greater Manchester, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 2003–present

Luke James Tittensor[1] (born 3 November 1989) is an English actor best known for playing Daz Eden in the ITV soap Emmerdale.

Career[edit]

In the first series of Channel 4 series Shameless,[2] Tittensor shared the role of Carl Gallagher with his twin brother, Elliott. He left the show to take the part of Daz Eden in Emmerdale, first appearing in the role on 9 October 2003. Elliott continued playing Carl.[3] Also in early 2003, Luke and Elliott had a brief appearance in Brookside as Terry Gibson's twin sons.

Tittensor appeared in Waterloo Road on 8 September 2010 as gay pupil Connor appearing in episodes 3 and 4 of the sixth series.

He also appeared in an episode of Casualty in January 2011, and played the part of Nathan in episode one of the BBC drama series The Body Farm in September 2011.

In 2012, Tittensor played the character of Liam in Holby City.

In 2011, Tittensor posted on Twitter that he is starring in a film/TV show called 'The Returned' but has not been released.

Tittensor has currently appeared in Our World War as Paddy Kennedy alongside Michael Socha.

In 2014, he played Hippolyte in Madame Bovary.

Most recently starred in a new episode of Moving On as Stephen in The Beneficiary, March 2016

Personal life[edit]

Luke Tittensor is the identical twin brother of Elliott Tittensor. He is from Heywood, Greater Manchester and attended Heywood Community High School.[citation needed]

On 23 March 2009, Tittensor pleaded guilty to a charge of grievous bodily harm against an unnamed 16-year-old in Rochdale on 15 February 2008 that left the victim with a fractured jaw.[4] His Emmerdale contract was terminated in April 2009 due to his conviction, with his last appearance in the show occurring the same month.[5] On 29 April 2009, Tittensor received a 9-month suspended jail sentence for the assault. He was also ordered to complete 200 hours unpaid work and pay £1,000 compensation to the victim.[6]

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