Luke Ford is an Australian actor, born in Vancouver, Canada. Ford grew up in Sydney, Australia. After completing school and before entering into films, he worked in Winston Hills Hotel and also in Universal Magazines, North Ryde. After this stint, Ford wanted to venture into acting and studied from The Actor’s Pulse in Sydney. Due to his immense talent, he graduated early from the University.
Luke Ford began his acting career in Australia, through a string of television series. He acted in the series, Home and Away, Stingers, McLeod’s Daughters and All Saints. He got featured in the Telefilm the Junction Boys. For his role as Craig Woodland in McLeod’s Daughters, he got nominated for the ‘Best New Talent’ Logie Award. His big screen debut, started with a role in the film Kokoda, in the year 2006, as a mighty and hotheaded soldier. He then played a substantial role in the movie "The Black Balloon", which fetched him the Australian Film Institute Award as the Best Supporting Actor, in the year 2008. Ford played the role of a boy with Autism, in the movie. He extensively researched on Autism and did so much hard work, to match perfectly with the character. The Black Balloon also won the Crystal Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival.
As soon as the completion of The Black Balloon, Ford starred in the film "The Mummy: Tomb of The Dragon Emperor", an American film. Movies to his credits are The Ghost Machine,
Animal Kingdom, Face to Face, The Magic of Belle Isle and many more individual films. "
Infini" is his latest work, for the year 2015. When Luke Ford is not acting, he teaches the Meisner Technique at The Actor’s Pulse in Sydney. Meisner Technique is a method of acting, created by American Theater Artist Sanford Meisner. Recently, there was false news that Luke Ford got married.