Luke Kirby

A stage-trained Canadian actor, Luke Kirby caught North America's attention with supporting turns in "Lost and Delirious" (2001), "Halloween: Resurrection" (2002) and "Shattered Glass" (2003) as well as the lead role in ... Read more »
Born: 06/21/1978 in Hamilton, Ontario, CA

Filmography

Actor (16)

Rectify 2012 - 2016 (TV Show)

Actor

The Astronaut Wives Club 2015 (Tv Show)

Actor

Mania Days 2014 (Movie)

Marco (Actor)

Empire of Dirt 2013 (Movie)

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The Samaritan 2012 (Movie)

Ethan (Actor)

Take this Waltz 2011 (Movie)

Daniel (Actor)

All Hat 2007 (Movie)

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The Greatest Game Ever Played 2005 (Movie)

Frank Hoyt (Actor)

Window Theory 2005 (Movie)

(Actor)

Luck 2003 (Movie)

(Actor)

Mambo Italiano 2003 (Movie)

Angelo Barberini (Actor)

Shattered Glass 2003 (Movie)

Rob Gruen (Actor)

Halloween: Resurrection 2002 (Movie)

Jim Morgan (Actor)

Lost and Delirious 2001 (Movie)

Jake (Actor)

Labor Pains (TV Show)

Actor

Sex Traffic (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

A stage-trained Canadian actor, Luke Kirby caught North America's attention with supporting turns in "Lost and Delirious" (2001), "Halloween: Resurrection" (2002) and "Shattered Glass" (2003) as well as the lead role in "Mambo Italiano" (2003). A full-fledged star in Canada with such projects as "Luck" (2003) and "Slings and Arrows" (The Movie Network, 2003-06), he made further American inroads with a small role in the golf biopic "The Greatest Game Ever Played " (2005), a daring turn as a very sexual young man on the controversial drama "Tell Me You Love Me" (HBO, 2007), and a charming role as Lindsay Lohan's boss in the long-gestating "Labor Pains" (ABC Family, 2009). Nominated for multiple Gemini Awards in Canada, Kirby starred in the series "Cra$h & Burn" (Showcase, 2009-2010) and in Sarah Polley's "Take This Waltz" (2011). Although he enjoyed much more professional success in his homeland, Luke Kirby impressed audiences and critics alike across North America with his ample charm and acting chops, leaving many to hope his American fame would soon catch up.

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