'Banishment' is a short-film drama
set in times of great war and strife, set
in the land of Midgard. Two
characters from differing
backgrounds meet, Talvorn
the battle-hardened soldier and
Hiargo, the shamed
King's advisor. Their meeting
sparks a friendship, taking them on a journey,
testing their courage and
heart to the
limits and driving them
onward to reshape the
Tommie graduated from
Works drama school in 2011 and since then has taken on numerous
roles both on stage and screen.
Notable theatre credits include
'Brabantio' in 'Othello'
(Moors Bar), 'Prospero'
in 'The Tempest' (UAL),
'Montague' in 'Romeo and
Juliet' (Earl Haig Hall), 'Baptista'
in 'The Taming of the
Shrew' (The Welsh Centre), 'Dr.
in 'Strangers Welcome' (The
White Bear Theatre), 'Macedonio'
in 'Lost Angel' (Bread and
Roses) and 'Wayne' (The Camden People’s
credits include 'Ratko' in 'The
Seasoning House', 'Charles
Halton' in 'Docklands',
'Ignatious' in 'Cocoa
Nighttime', 'Tom' in 'The
in 'London Hood' and 'Alex
Cross' in 'Payment'.
and motivated in his craft.
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has been acting since he was ten years old and has
performed in more than fifty shows.
Studying under acclaimed directors,
Thomas Daley and Richard Twyman
at the International Acting Academy,
is always eager to sharpen his skills, not only as an
actor but as a
is always alive to the bigger picture,
being no stranger to the challenges of film production,
having worked as a casting director, assistant
director, producer and director on a
number of short and feature films - as well as starring in
He is always happy to return to the
stage, for that direct
connection with an audience. With his keen
eye for detail and
gift for characterisation, Luke
brings a flourishing creative flair
to all his work.