Luke Stevenson

  • Actor
    Male / Greater London
  • Ethnicity
    Caucasian
    Age Range
    27 - 37
    Height
    6' 2" (1m 88cm)
    Weight
    11st. 14lb (76kg)
    Hair Colour
    Brown
    Eye Colour
    Green
    Build
    Medium

Credits

YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2017 - 2018High Helrald Connagh
Film (Feature)
Victrix (Pre Production)
Vic Armstrong
Nu Boyana Film Sudios / Crytek
2017 - 2018The Writer (Lead)
Film (Feature)
The Process (Pre Production)
Siavash Sabba
MIDO Productions
Wimbledon Film & Television Studios
2017 - 2018Harvey
Film (Feature)
Sleepless Daphne
Castro Majid
GV Film
2017 - 2018Jimi
Film (Short)
Hey Joe (Pre Production)
Nathaniel J Thompson
Red Eye Productions
2017 - 2018Zombies (Motion Capture + Voices)
Computer Game
Unannounced
Jose Luis Garcia Camara
Deep Silver / Sumo Digital
Dambuster Studios
2017Various Monsters
Computer Game
Total War - Warhammer II
William Tidman
Creative Assembly / Games Workshop / SEGA
SEGA
2017Barry
Film (Short)
Driftwood
Ralph Martin Fleischer
Studio Real Mode Form Productions
2017Roman Soldiers
Computer Game
Total War - Arena
Nick Gratwick
Creative Assembley / Wargaming Alliance / SEGA
SEGA
2017Trendy Young Man
Commercial
EA Masters
Charlie Graley
Lobster Creative
2016 - 2017Luke
TV
The Band (Pilot)
Robert Good / James McCreddie
DC5 Productions
2016ADR for Michael Caine
Film (Feature)
Coup D'etat
Lisa Addario & Joe Syracuse
Fortitude International
Boom Post, Soho
2016Narrator
Voiceover
HSBC
Laura James
Saatchi & Saatchi
Fifty Fifty Post Production, Soho
2016Narrator
Voiceover
The Sunday Times
Tamara Lenz
Kode Media
Essential Music Studios, Great Chapel Street
2016Beastmen / Wood Elves
Computer Game
Total War - Warhammer
Rosalie Wilson
Creative Assembly/Games Workshop/SEGA
SEGA
2016Narrator
Voiceover
HSBC National Radio CommercialGrey London
750 MPH, Piccadily Circus
2016Roleplayer
Role Play
Medical Training
Amanda Band
SimPatiCo UK
University College Hospital, London
2016Chicken
Rehearsed Reading
Chicken
Florence Bell
Brave New Word
Theatre N16
2016Narrator
Voiceover
Qualcomm
Amie Nedwell
Beattie McGuiness Bungay
Wave, Soho
2015Felix
Film (Short)
Ekaterinburg
Sophia Elizabeth Tamaro
Sophia Elizabeth Tamaro
2015Francis
Film (Short)
Blue Plaque
Fraser Clubb
Upwey Films
2015Robert (voice)
TV
Billie and the Ghost (13 Episodes)
Jens Christensen
Disney
Shepperton Studios
2015Narrator
Voiceover
Welsh National Opera Promo
David Chilton
Essential Music Ltd
Essential Music Studios, Great Chapel Street
2015Narrator
Voiceover
Cannes Award Film - Avios
Luke Judlin
101
Wave, Soho
2015James
Theatre
The News
Florence Bell
Courtyard Collective
The Courtyard Theatre
2014The Musician
Online / Digital
Pokerstars Online Game
James Nunn
Djinn Entertainment
2014Narrator
Voiceover
London Homestay Animation
Hannah Flint
Hands Up
The Sound Company, Soho
2014Joe Bloggs
Theatre
Good Cop Bad Cop
Adam Jarrell
Primley Road Productions
Leicester Square Theatre
2014Various
Theatre
Macabredy (Sketch Show)
Alex Head
HT Theatre
Hen & Chickens Theatre
2014Joe Bloggs
Theatre
Good Cop Bad Cop
Adam Jarrell
Primley Road Productions
Manor Pavilion Sidmouth
2014Matt Duffman
Online / Digital
Anticlimax (Web Series)
Rosana Bosanac
High Born Productions
2014Paul
Theatre
Butterflies
Florence Bell
Counter Productions
Courtyard Theatre
2014Narrator
Voiceover
British Retail Consortium Careers Animation
Will Savage
Nonsense London
Silk Sound Studios, Soho
2014Inspector Hound
Theatre
The Real Inspector Hound
Scott le Crass
The Wonder
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
2014Sam/Sally
Online / Digital
The Escapee Ep9 (Web Series)
Scott Jeffrey
Central Creations
2014Branch / Stick
Voiceover
Branching Out (Animation)
Joseph Radonich
Trojan Films
2014Harry / Arthur / Len / Mad Jacko
Theatre
Gut Girls
Amy Gunn
Out Fox Productions
Jack Studio
2014Narrator
Voiceover
MINI (Car) Sales Videos
Harvey Walton
Circuit Pro
2013Brother
Theatre
Merry
Alex Head
Writers Bloc
Canal Cafe Theatre
2013Joe Bloggs
Theatre
Good Cop / Bad Cop
Adam Jarrell
Primley Road Productions
Moors Theatre
2013Guitar Shop Assistant
TV
Boom (Pilot)
Steve Rehmen
SnapB TV
2013Red / Lee
Theatre
Disposable
Florence Bell
Counter Productions
Etcetera Theatre
2013Kim
Theatre
Festen
Danielle McIlven
Space Productions
The Space Theatre
2013Ian
Film (Short)
John Lennon's Turd
Phil Peel
Grindstone Films Ltd
2013Yegor
Theatre
The Suicide
Adam Hemming
Space Productions
The Space Theatre
2013Spike
Film (Short)
No Salvation
Annette Uiga
Project Mayhem
2012Evil Santa
Theatre
The Santa Clauses
Alex Head
Writers Bloc
Old Red Lion Theatre
2012Posh Twat
Online / Digital
Posh Twat Talks Politics
Ashley White
Ashley White Productions
2012Danny
Film (Short)
The Special One
Mark Khalife
London Film School
2012Manic Depressive Father
Theatre
Prayer Meeting
Isobel David
Strip Theatre
Brighton Festival
2012Phil
Film (Short)
Threesome's a Crowd
Abbie Brandon
Abbie Brandon Productions
2012Comedy Sleeper
Commercial
IKEA Commercial
Kit Lynch Robinson
Hungry Man
2012Clown
Film (Short)
Happy Meal
Isobel David
Freya Films
2012Riddler
Theatre
A Moth Ate Words
Oliver Archimedes
Riddler's Garden Party
Pentameters Theatre
2012Scott Maracek
Theatre
Exposure
Oliver Jack
LOST Theatre Company
LOST Theatre
2012Suicidal Clown (One Man Show)
Theatre
The Bum Diaries
Isobel David
Strip Theatre
Old Queen's Head
2011Jesus
Theatre
Jesus II
Isobel David
Strip Theatre
White Bear Theatre
2011Chat Up Guy
Commercial
Take Me Out Ident
Nick Jones
ITV
2011Lane/Merriman
Theatre
Importance of Being Earnest
Elouise West
Professional Help
Barons Court Theatre
2011Doctor/Policeman/Entertainer
Theatre
The Winning Crowd
Alan Fielden
National Art Service
LOST Theatre
2011Darius
Film (Short)
Brothers
Dionysis Kotsilimpas
Vector Vision
2011Dancing Cow
Online / Digital
Mumford and Sons Spoof
MJ Delaney
BBC
2011ADR
Film (Feature)
Tacho
Mirjam Landa
Fourth Culture Films
2010Nigel Tufnel
Film (Student)
This is Spinal Tap (Scene Remake)
Benjamin Charles
BCinteractiveART
2010Simon / Simeon
Theatre
Life After
Benet Catty
Seabright Productions Ltd
New End Theatre
2010Buckingham
Theatre
Richard III
Jason Lawson
Word of Mouth Media Productions
The Scoop
2010Rod
Corporate
Drink Awareness Campaign
Robert Paice
Wiz
2010Alex
Film (Student)
A Clockwork Orange: The Final Chapter
Etienne Basso
Anglia Ruskin University
2010Tom
Workshops
Love, Lies and Lullabys
Sarah Ellis
Hyperfusion Theatre Company
2010Les/Rosie/Kev
Theatre
Bouncers
Antony Law
Antony Law Productions
Leicester Square Theatre
2009LEAD
Commercial
The Secret Dangers Of an Office Fling
Luc Edwards
The Television Consultancy
2009Matt (+ Murray Walker/Jim Bowen/The Joker/Bruce Forsyth/Cheesy Gameshow Host/Frankenstein/ Live vocal sound effects)
Theatre (Tour)
Legal Weapon
Matt Kane
APE Theatre Company
2009Jonny
Film (Short)
Naked
Mark Kempner
TrueView
2009Ash
Workshops
CrossroadsOlive Branch
2009Roy
Theatre
The Metemorphasis Project
Verana Meneses
CSSD
Embassy Theatre
2009David Harker
Film (Student)
Fixed
Daniel Brand
Anglia Ruskin University
2009Luke
Film (Short)
The Good Hand
Luke Duffy
Hit and Run Films
2009Scare Actor
Corporate
London TombsLondon Bridge Experience
2009Simon
Theatre (Tour)
Remembering Sarah Smile
Luke Stevenson
Diverse Arts
2009Fred
Theatre (Tour)
Changing Faces
Luke Stevenson
Diverse Arts
2008 - 2009Factotum (King's manservant, farmer, pilot, tea lady, builder)
Theatre
Jack and the Beanstalk
Karen Edwards
OCO Promotions
Old Market Theatre
2008John
Film (Student)
Function Creep
Roslynn Traynor
Pizza Crunch
2008Various Leads
Theatre
Shortened Literary Classics
Lewis Robinson
Reduced Classics Company
Portsmouth Victorian Festival
2008Luke
Film (Short)
EveryMan
Adam Barnes
Bournmouth Film School
2008Peter
Film (Student)
Golden Nectar
Daniel Brand
Anglia Ruskin University
2008Dean
Film (Short)
The Collector
Al Maxwell
Feral
2008Les
Theatre
Bouncers
Antony Law
Antony Law Productions
Stockport Plaza
2008Lenny
Film (Short)
Lenny and Ruth
David Segal Hamilton
True Vision Productions
2008Jules
Film (Short)
Education
Matt Lee
Monkey Puzzle
2008Nick
Film (Short)
Jack in the Box
Leigh Knights
Bad Wolf Productions
2008Angry Man
Voiceover
Ad Nauseam
David Segal Hamilton
True Vision Productions
2008Les
Theatre
East
Luke Stevenson
Stand Up Drama
Adam Street Member's Club
2008Bruce
Theatre (Tour)
Back Off
Luke Stevenson
Diverse Arts
2008Dave
Theatre (Tour)
What will I tell her?
Luke Stevenson
Diverse Arts
2007 - 2008Serial Killer
Corporate
Chamber Live
Luke Duffy
Merlin Entertainments
Madame Tussauds
2007Mugger
Film (Short)
Minister For Death
Konstantinos Fragkipoulos
NFTS
2007Les
Theatre
East
Graham Lappin
Stand Up Drama London Bites
Turnmills Nightclub
2007Gary Barnes
Film (Short)
Gone for an Indian
David Segal Hamilton
True Vision Productions
2006Policeman
Film (Student)
Exterminate
Neil Kendall
Big Industry
2006Freddy
Film (Student)
Blind Eyes
Kaan Kapaan
Organic Productions
  • Education

    YearQualificationWhere
    20072 yr. ActingThe Bridge Theatre Training Company

    Additional Skills

    Strong Improvisation

    Balloon Modelling

    BADC Stage Combat Distinction Grade - Level 1

    Additional Information

    Press

    GOOD COP BAD COP - Leicester Square Theatre

    "I don’t remember ever laughing as hard or as long as I did in this play...the most resounding praise must be reserved for Luke Stevenson as the Wotsit munching enigma Joe. He is simply so good in the role, I remember him not to waste a syllable of text or dramatic juice in his two terrific monologues. The character, something of a kook, isn’t played for laughs or as a buffoon but with integrity, pride and actually a good deal of sincerity. In less capable hands this could have been disastrous. Happily, Stevenson steals the show.

    Chewing The scenery

    "What is more captivating and impressive is the delivery of Stevenson's character. A somehat mad eccentric incapable of lying, this is a gold star performance which brings to life a top notch, deeply flawed and interesting character"

    British Theatre Guide

    "Stevenson is an enigmatic performer with exquisite comic timing"

    Sosogay

    Rarely lost for words I haven't got a bad thing to say about this performance...Its superb the whole way through - never faltering to drift away from it's ridiculous farcical humour undertone. All three actors were amazing. Luke Stevenson is absolutely hilarious, portraying the dopey, bemused rich kid - keeping the audience giggling away at his crazy stories and strange mannerisms.

    RemoteGoat

    "The script sparkles with wit, humour and fabulous characterisations, and is expertly delivered by the actors who, despite the farcical nature of the story, are completely believable. In fact, full credit to the three of them. It must have been very hard to keep in character with the audience so close, and so obviously enjoying watching the show, but there was never a flicker from any of them. True professionalism at its best...I absolutely loved this hilarious, well set and acted show that has completely re-written the rules on conducting interrogations for the force. To sum the show up in one word – Fantastic!"

    London Theatre 1

    THE GUT GIRLS - Jack Studio

    "The men of the cast were particularly versatile multi-rolers, and both Luke Stevenson and Oliver Malam proved themselves as very talented actors throughout the production. Stevenson's multiple very different characters are of particular note; Len was suitably bumbling and lacking in social etiquette, while Lord Arthur Cuttle-Smythe was leering, unsettling, and at times strangely charming"

    A Younger Theatre

    "Luke Stevenson's portrayal of affable landlord Len - a character still seen in the East End to this day - is bang-on"

    A View From the Gods

    "The physicality and movement sequences displayed by all the cast are simply a delight - Luke Stevenson's Music Hall turn as Mad Jacko is a glorious mix of over-the-top showman and belittled, desperate performer"

    Female Arts

    GOOD COP / BAD COP - Moors Theatre

    "Miss a moment and you'll regret it...When 'Joe' does speak a new energy is injected into the show - Stevenson's character flips everything on its head and continues to do so for the rest of the play. His absurd character is charmingly written and Stevenson's delivery of the text is fantastic - he has a great command of some very long speeches and the energy never drops on his watch...a lot of laughs, a lot of my horrible loud guffaw!"

    Everything Theatre

    "...An impressive trio of performers. Whilst all are naturally funny, the other two are shunted into the shade somewhat by the brilliance of Luke Stevenson's suspect Joe Blogs. The character overturns every expectation the audience is tempted to plant on him: gormless crackhead, New Age bohemian, mastermind drug baron. Stevenson does certainly get the best lines, but one gets the sense that the several hilarious monologues on which he embarks are designed to allow him free reign.

    Public Reviews

    "..let me tell you, this production had me laughing like Salacious Crumb throughout!...The clever use of word play reminded me at times of The Two Ronnies...The victim of their interrogation was the character of Joe Bloggs (Luke Stevenson) who brought utter gravitas to this otherwise oddball of a character. The introduction of Joe to the audience was executed flawlessly using the comedy of pure and awkward silence to hysterical levels. Stevenson's use of his voice was superb and an excellent choice whilst juxtaposed with the character's image of a hobo gone hippy. His vocal performance, characterisation and intensity more than made up for the fact that we rarely got chance to see him on his feet and out from behind the interrogation table.

    TapTheTable

    FESTEN - The Space Theatre

    This production of Festen is gut wrenching - it tackles some very difficult themes and takes the audience to a very black place. Due to the nature of the play, it is difficult to sit through, but it is as compelling as it is shocking...For the full length of the production, it felt as if the real world had stopped. And this is perhaps what really matters, what proves a show is truly special - when it can convince you that nothing exists but the live story in front of you.

    A View From The Gods

    "The Space Theatre's Festen in its intimate traverse production on a tiny budget gives the Almeida Theatre original a run for its money."

    David Eldridge - Writer of Festen

    THE SUICIDE - The Space Theatre

    "Stevenson's Yegor's 'Marxist Observation Technique' is relayed with comedic ease, brilliantly delivered every time"

    A Younger Theatre

    "It is a witty piece that manages to create humour out of a serious subject without being flippant...Luke Stevenson's Marxist Yegor is entirely believable"

    Whatsonstage

    PRAYER MEETING - Brighton Festival

    "The play was well acted; each performer was strong and faced up to the challenge of a ten minute monologue, often involving strenuous physical comedy, tears and manic laughter... I thoroughly enjoyed this very good production and would be eager to look out for more work by Strip Theatre. It was a unique experience and I would highly recommend it for anyone who enjoys slapstick physical laughs, intelligent dialogue and challenging drama."

    Fringe review

    JESUS II - White Bear Theatre

    "We were treated to some schmaltsy Christmassy music and a slice of superb theatre...a Christmas story that had this first night audience laughing like drains...and I haven't even got on to what a laid-back Luke Stevenson, complete with stigmata, gets up to as Jesus. In brief, hilarious."

    Atomies

    THE WINNING CROWD - LOST Theatre

    "There's nothing quite like a black farce to really get one stoked ... There was a generally sort of mad atmosphere ... I would like to see it again...Perhaps the director didn't realise the lines were going to get such uproarious response... Visits by a grinning entertainer and later a grinning doctor - played by Luke Stevenson as a manic version of Tom Baker's Dr Who - lead to farcical injuries and the comment "You're all in quite a state," which has to be the understatement of the evening... cast enter into its mad spirit with enthusiasm and skill...wonderfully detailed performances of mad optimistic behavior... Well, great stuff"

    Jeremy Kingston, The Times - (Winner 'Best Cast' LOST 1 Act Festival) -

    LIFE AFTER - New End Theatre

    "The cast is uniformly strong... Luke Stevenson doubles as two very troubled young men with quirky conviction"

    Fringe Review

    "The acting was fab - I thought the intensity of Luke Stevenson was brilliant! A very quirky play."

    London Social Events

    IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Barons Court Theatre

    "The butler pretty much steals the show. Luke Stevenson was indeed one of the main delights, playing both dour and camp manservants Lane and Merriman in the two households where Wilde's witty farce takes place, and with only a small percentage of the action...my friend and I were raving about the minimally-speaking butler afterwards"

    Public Review

    "What a beautiful production...That was a hilariously good performance from Luke Stevenson. That young man is going to go far...All in all, one of the best things we have seen here for many years."

    Ron Phillips, Artistic Director, Barons Court Theatre

    BOUNCERS - Leicester Square Theatre

    "I think I speak for a large majority of the females in the audience when I say Luke Stevenson's interpretation of Rosie flawlessly convinced us that he was in fact the woman he portrayed. His deliciously timed performance was a joy to watch & I found I was unexpectedly moved when he/she learnt of his fella's infidelity."

    Remotegoat

    "This is simply great ensemble work, with each actor given numerous individual moments in which to shine... Stevenson, an impressive mimic and a bit of a curly-haired god, if truth be told"

    British Theatre Guide

    "The play has always been a golden opportunity for actors to showcase their talents. Handbags are the only props, and there are no costume changes, and this well drilled, versatile quartet, acquits itself with verve."

    Mail on Sunday

    "The four actors' commitment and ability make a strong impression - especially Luke Stevenson, mincing to the gallery as birthday girl Rosie."

    Timeout

    John Lennon's Turd selected to represent the UK and won 'Best Short Film' award at Toronto ReelHart International Film Festival 2014.

    About me

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  • Skills

    Skin Colour
    • White
    Experienced In
    • Comedy
    • Commercials
    • Corporate
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Modelling
    • Music Videos
    • Panto
    • Radio
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Roleplay
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • TIE/TYA
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    Interested in
    • Comedy
    • Commercials
    • Corporate
    • Film (Professional)
    • Improvisation
    • Modelling
    • Online
    • Panto
    • Radio
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    Languages Spoken
    • English
    Musical Skills
    • Guitar
    Organisation Memberships
    • Equity
    Accents (UK)
    • Cockney
    • Essex
    • Kent
    • Leicester
    • Liverpool
    • London
    • Manchester
    • Northern Working Class
    • Oxfordshire
    • RP
    • Sheffield
    • South London
    • Southern England
    • Yorkshire
    Accents (North American)
    • General American
    Hair Length
    • Shoulder Length
    Specific Singing Skills
    • Baritone
    Perform nude?
    • Yes
    Stage Combat Skills
    • Yes
    General Singing Skills
    • Chorus
    Native accent
    • English
    DBS checked
    • Yes
    Character Types
    • Mischievous
    • Geeky
    • Tough
    • Free-spirited
    • Scruffy