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Luke Clayson @ Melbourne, VIC

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Luke Clayson
Luke Clayson

Luke graduated from the Adelaide College of the Arts in 2005 and has since worked regularly with The State Theatre Company of SA (The Real Thing, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Maestro, Holding the Man, The Ham Funeral) and also performed with Windmill Theatre, Sydney Theatre Company (Wizard of Oz) and Hit Productions (The One Day of the Year). He reprised his role in The Ham Funeral for ABC Radio National’s Air Play. Since relocating to Melbourne, Luke has worked on the ABC tele-movie The Broken Shore and Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries. He will also be seen this November in Changed Forever, a four part WW1 series for the History Channel/Foxtel. He has also been working with Tony Rogers (Wilfred) on developing the new comedy Pacific Cove. Luke was invited to be a part of the staged readings of ‘8’ The Play in 2012 alongside Rachel Griffiths and Magda Szubanski. As a writer, Luke has had two original screenplays optioned and written commissions for Kate Whitbread (The Caterpillar Wish) and Melbourne genre group Monster Pictures. He has worked as a script editor and co-creator with Maddan Productions and Zombie Zoo Productions and is currently developing a comedy series with his new Melbourne producer Sarah Pass.

Previous Work

Changed Forever

Foxtel/Wildbear (2-part miniseries)

The Ham Funeral

State Theatre Company SA

Holding The Man

State Theatre Company SA

Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries

ABC/Every Cloud

The Broken Shore

ABC/Essential Media