Luke Ward-Wilkinson

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Luke Ward-Wilkinson (born 7 August 1993) is an English actor.

Career[edit]

Ward-Wilkinson was born on 7 August 1993[1] in Cambridge.[2]

He is best known for his lead role as the teenage Simon Doonan in the BBC comedy series Beautiful People which ran for 2 series (2008–2009) on BBC Two.

Ward-Wilkinson also played Evan Adams in the ITV drama series Wild at Heart, Ensign Percival Beauclare in the 2008 ITV drama Sharpe's Peril and Thomas McDowell in The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey.

He also played 'Scott' in 2005 series 'The Secret of Eel Island'.

In 2015, Luke made his return to acting, starring as Ralph in the 2015-16 UK tour of 'Lord of the Flies'.[3] Also in 2015, in October, Luke guest starred in an episode of BBC One's 'Doctors';[4] and, in December, he guest starred in BBC One's 'Luther'.[5]

Education and training[edit]

He attended The Netherhall School and Parkside Community College in Cambridge and also went to the Mackenzie School of Speech and Drama, as well as the King Slocombe School of Dance.

He has also belonged to the Young Actors Company (previously known as Whizz Kids). He also attended the King Slocombe School of Dance for many years.

He was preparing to take a Bronze Medal in Acting.

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