Luke Mably biography
Date of Birth: March 1, 1976
London-born Luke Mably trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama before making his television debut in 1999 with a recurring role as Paul on the BBC TV drama, Holby City (1999 - 2001) as well as a simultaneous recurring role as Scott on the soap opera Dream Team (1999 - 2002). Other TV appearances included the mini-series In the Beginning (2000), a guest appearance on EastEnders (2002) and the NBC TV movie Uprising (2001), featuring an all-star cast including Leelee Sobieski and Donald Sutherland.
Early pastimes included making horror home videos with his friends, which is fitting with his completion of the short film Premonition , in which he plays a young man obsessed with a violent recurring dream. Mably's feature film debut was in the award-winning thriller 28 Days Later (2003). He then landed the biggest role of his career when he was chosen to play Prince Edvard Dangaard opposite Julia Stiles in The Prince & Me (2004). Next up for Mably is Colour me Kubrick (2004), starring John Malkovich.
Mably has also worked in theater, including playing Brian in The Breakfast Club at the Base Theatre; Gid in Sticks and Stones for Interchange Studios; Jo in Rush at Stratford East; and The Devil in Faust for the Crescent Theatre.
Luke Mably Filmography