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Luke Carroll was born on 1982 in Sydney, Australia, is an Australian television and film actor.

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Occupation Actor
Age 38 years old
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Birthplace Sydney, Australia

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Luke Carroll Net Worth

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Carroll started out in guest roles in some Australian shows, including The Flying Doctors, Lift Off, The Man from Snowy River, Ocean Girl and Water Rats. He shot to fame in 2002, where he had a leading role in the film Australian Rules. This led to Carroll having regular roles in some Australian dramas, including The Alice (2005) and the mini-series RAN (2006). In 2007, Carroll had a busy year. First up, he co-hosted (with Cathy Freeman) Going Bush, a travel show for SBS. In mid-2007, he had finished filming in the film The Tender Hook, and also filmed a seven-week stint in the soap, Home and Away. In September 2009, he hosted The Deadlys for SBS. In 2009, he co-starred in the film, Stone Bros. and appeared in Subdivision. In 2010 he starred in Needle. He has also appeared in an Australian government advertisement about being “Climate Clever”.


Luke Carroll attended Marcellin College Randwick and graduated in 1996.


Luke Carroll (born 1982) is an Australian television and film actor.