Luke Ford

Highest Rated: 100% The King Is Dead (2012)
Birthday: May 28, 1966
Birthplace: Not Available
Like Cliff Robertson (Charly) and Leonardo DiCaprio (What's Eating Gilbert Grape) before him, Australian actor Luke Ford first achieved substantial recognition and critical acclaim playing a mentally impaired character: that of Charlie, a young man saddled with autism and ADHD, in Elissa Down's sensitively handled drama The Black Balloon (2008). Ford clearly weighed the role with considerable seriousness and professionalis; in preparing for it, he made several trips through public places, such as shopping malls, and engaged in deeply autistic behavior to evaluate the reactions of unsuspecting passersby. Balloon scarcely constituted Ford's first role (several had preceded it, including a turn as Iphicles in the 2005 American miniseries Hercules), but it did mark one of his first leads. He followed it up by doing an about-face and embarking on a much different cinematic excursion: a role in the mega-budgeted Hollywood adventure The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008), opposite Brendan Fraser and Jet Li.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
63% The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One Bill 2017
No Score Yet What If It Works? Actor 2017
31% Infini Chester Huntington 2015
91% Face to Face Wayne Travers 2013
100% The King Is Dead Actor 2012
83% Red Dog Thomas $14.1M 2011
95% Animal Kingdom Darren Cody $1.1M 2010
No Score Yet Ghost Machine Vic 2009
13% The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor Alex O'Connell $101.7M 2008
88% The Black Balloon Charlie Mollison 2008
71% Kokoda Actor 2007
No Score Yet Hercules Iphicles 2005
No Score Yet The Junction Boys Perch 2002
No Score Yet The Year That Trembled Jonny Kenston 1999

TV

CREDIT
92% Cleverman
2016-2017
Dolan
  • 2017
  • 2016

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