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Overview (3)

Born in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Birth NameLuke David Mitchell
Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Originally wanting to be a professional tennis player, Luke began his acting career in Melbourne, Australia. He trained at the Film & Television Studio International and traveled around Australia with international entertainment company, Sudden Impact Entertainment. In his first professional acting role he played the part of Chris Knight in the long running soap, Neighbours. Luke then moved to the Gold Coast, after he was hand-picked to play the lead role, Will Benjamin, in the third series of internationally acclaimed Children's Drama Series H20:Just Add Water. On the back of such an impressive start in the Australian TV industry, Luke then moved to Sydney to join the main cast of Home and Away, playing resident heart-throb, Romeo Smith. In 2010, Luke won the Most Popular New Male Talent Logie Award for his portrayal of Romeo Smith.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Rebecca Breeds (January 2013 - present)

Trivia (2)

Married his Home and Away co-star and one-time on screen love interest, Rebecca Breeds.
Born on the same date as Rooney Mara.

Personal Quotes (9)

I try to stay away from processed foods. I eat lean meats and get as many veggies as I can on my plate, so when mum calls me on a Sunday, I can tell her I'm eating enough veggies! I love pasta, but I don't eat carbs a whole lot, and I love fruit.
I do weights and work out different body parts on different days. I don't do cardio - I did too much in my tennis-playing days!
I think every character I play definitely has parts of me. I can't ever play someone that's completely different to me.
I have quite an eclectic taste in music. I like Angus & Julia Stone; they are an Australian brother/sister duo. I like Adele. She is phenomenal.]
I got to a stage where tennis was the only thing in my life, and I didn't like that.
Considering the 'Tomorrow People' are supposed to be the next step in human evolution, I think it's a fascinating idea that they can't kill. They've evolved in all these other ways, and they have these special abilities, but they can't kill. It's a very interesting concept. I really like it. I like the idea of it.
At one point in time or another, everyone's an outcast, and you have to deal with those sort of issues in society. Especially for teenage kids, I don't think there's anyone that's really been through childhood and not been an outcast in one way or another.
I never did drama at school. I did it for one term, when it was compulsory, and I hated it. Tennis was the main thing in my life, and I was not open to anything else. When I removed tennis from the equation, I didn't know who I was.
My favorite group growing up was 'The Hobbit.' It was the first book I actually finished. One of those adventure things that takes you to that land and it will forever hold a special place in my heart. I am not a huge book reader.

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