Who is Luke Norris?
Luke Norris is an English actor and playwright, who is best known to the world as Dr. Dwight Enys in the TV historical romantic-drama series “Poldark” (2015-2019), and is also as James in the horror film “FirstBorn” (2016), among other roles that he has secured in his career.
Luke Norris Wiki- Age, Childhood, and Education
Luke Norris was born in September of 1985, in Romford, Essex England; from an early age, Luke was interested in the performing arts and thanks to his drama school teacher, he entered the National Youth Theatre.
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He also enrolled at the Central School of Speech and Drama, and during his time there, won the Alan Bates Bursary for 2008.
Luke started his career on stage before moving to screen roles. His debut came in 2008 with a minor role in the British comedy series “The Inbetweeners”, and the same year he also appeared in the Academy Award-winning historical drama film “The Duchess”, about the 18th-century aristocrat Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, starring Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes and Dominic Cooper.
Luke continued with minor roles on screen, appearing in such TV series as “Skins” (2009) and “Titanic” in 2012, while in 2014 he featured in the TV mini-series “Our World War”.
Rise to Stardom
Luke’s career was slowly improving, and in 2015 he got the part of Dwight Enys in the TV drama series “Poldark”. Alongside such actors as Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, and Jack Farthing, Luke became a star himself, appearing in 39 episodes of the award-winning series; although he didn’t win any awards, Luke received rave reviews, which only inspired him to further his career.
He was very active in pursuing other roles, and featured in the films “First Born” (2016), as James, and in “Been So Long” (2018), while still being a part of “Poldark”. The series has ended recently, and he is now looking for new projects; although he doesn’t have anything in particular on his hands, for now he is more focused on theater.
Right out of college, Luke started his career on stage; he played the lead role in the play “Orpheus Descending”, performed at the Manchester Royal Exchange”, and in 2011 he was Michael in the play “The Kitchen”, and four years later performed as Rodolfo in the play “A View from the Bridge”, both at the Royal National Theater. Furthermore, he is under commission to the Bush Theater, among other projects.
Luke has become a playwright too, and has achieved great success with the creation of several plays, including “Growth”, “Goodbye to All That”, and “So Here We Are”, which all received rave reviews when performed at the Royal Exchange in Manchester, then at the Edinburgh Fringe, while the play “Hearts”, was performed at the Sheffield Crucible.
Luke Norris Net Worth, Height, Weight, Body Measurements
Luke is a star in the making and his work, both on-screen and on stage, has increased his wealth by a large margin.
If you wondered how rich Luke Norris is, well according to authoritative sources, Luke’s wealth is estimated at around $500,000 as of early 2020.
Luke Norris is known for his impressive height as he stands 6ft 2ins (1.88m) tall, while he weighs around 165lbs ~ 75kgs. We have no information about his vital statistics though it is obvious that he has an athletic figure. His eyes are blue and he has dark brown hair.
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Luke Norris Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Children
Luke Norris is quite a rebel when it comes to sharing information from his personal life with the people. He isn’t active on any of the social media networks, nevertheless, we have found out that Luke Norris is a married man; back in 2009 he started dating English actress Joanna Horton, and the two married the same year; they’ve since welcomed a daughter named Albie.
Luke Norris Girlfriend, Joanna Horton
Joanna Horton was born in 1980 in England, and she is an actress known for her work both on stage and on screen. She made her acting debut in 2004 as Gwen Rivers in the TV series “Foyle’s War”, and since then has featured in over 25 film and TV credits. Some of her major roles are Danielle Miller in the TV crime-drama series “Five Days” in 2007, then as Kelly in the drama film “Fish Tank” (2009), and the lead role in the television film “The People Next Door” in 2016.
In theater, Joanna is known for her work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, as she played Hannah in the play “Days of Significance”, created by Roy Williams. Some other appearances include Celia in the play “As You Like It”, and as Helena in the play “All’s Well That Ends Well”. One of her latest appearances was as Cassio in the play “Othello”, performed at the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
According to sources, Joanna Horton’s net worth is estimated at over $500,000.