- Full Name Lukes Baines
- Occupation Actor, Director & Writer
- Nationality Austrailian
- Birthplace Manchester, England
- Birth Date Jun 08, 1990
- Age 32 Years, 3 Months
- Height 5 Feet 10 ½ Inches
Luke Baines | BiographyActor in Movie 'The Girl in the Photographs'
He began taking acting lessons at age five and eventually went on to study drama, music, and dance at The McDonald College of Performing Arts in North Strathfield, Australia. He also spent six months at West End's Spring Awakening workshop in 2008. In addition, he has appeared across stage, film, and TV in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Luke Baines is an English-Australian actor best recognized as a serial killer Tom in the 2015 romantic horror-thriller film The Girl in the Photographs.
Who is Luke Baines?
Luke Baines is an actor born on 8 June 1990 in Manchester, England. He began taking acting lessons at age five and eventually went on to study drama, music, and dance at The McDonald College of Performing Arts in North Strathfield, Australia.
He also spent six months at West End's Spring Awakening workshop in 2008. In addition, he has appeared across stage, film, and TV in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Baines made his on-screen acting debut in 2004 in the romantic drama TV series Home and Away. He then appeared in short films such as Bubble Burst (2010) as Michael Sharp, Consectatio (2010) as Wayland, and Blind Date (2013) as a producer.
Baines made his feature film debut as a waiter in the 2013 biographical comedy-drama film Saving Mr. Banks. He went on to appear in films like The Ever After (2014), The Possession of Michael King (2014), and As Night Comes (2014).
His breakthrough came in 2015 after appearing in the role of a serial killer in Wes Craven's final film, The Girl in the Photographs, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on 14 September 2015. His role in the film earned him the title of a breakout star.
Following his breakout role, Baines appeared in the comedy-drama short film Waste as Roger and the horror TV movie Truth or Dare in 2017. He then appeared in three films such as American Fright Fest as Mason, A Dark Place as Alex, and Under the Silver Lake as Jesus in 2018.
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In 2019, the actor played Jonathan Morgenstern in 12 episodes of Freeform's supernatural teen drama series Shadowhunters, based on Cassandra Clare's series of six young adult fantasy novels titled 'The Mortal Instruments.' His role in the series garnered him the 2019 'Teen Choice Award' nomination for 'Choice TV: Villain.'
In 2020, Baines made guest appearances in the hit television series such as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Chronicom and The Mandalorian as Pilot. He also appeared in two episodes of the television series Nancy Drew in 2020 and 2021.
In addition to his career in the entertainment industry, Baines advocates issues concerning the climate.
'Untitled Horror Movie'
The stage and screen actor debuted as a writer and producer with his 2021 comedy horror film Untitled Horror Movie. He co-wrote the movie with Nick Simon, who also directed the film.
Baines also starred in the role of Declan in Untitled Horror Movie. Other cast members of the film include Darren Barnet, Timothy Granaderos, Clare Holt, Katherine McNamara, and Emmy Raver-Lampman.
Premiered virtually on 15 June 2021, Untitled Horror Movie follows six actors who decide to shoot a horror movie by themselves after learning that their hit fantasy TV show is about to be canceled.
They decide to film a found-footage-style horror film, but they end up inadvertently summoning a demonic spirit that's beyond their control.
The film was shot remotely and entirely on the phones of cast members during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with CBR in June 2021, he said that he pitched the idea of the film to his co-stars about making it in quarantine.
Further sharing about the production process of the film, he said, "Originally, we were going to shoot this movie all through Zoom. And Nick Simon, our director, was worried about getting an HD film out there. And I was worried about all of us actors looking like we are shooting a home movie, which is what we did."
He added, "So, we got a [Director of Photography] on board, and he said, 'No, we can shoot this. We can shoot it on phones in 4k. We can make it look good. It doesn't have to look like you know, we shot it on a laptop. It is gonna require a lot more work and a lot more tech resources from everybody.' So that was kind of new information as it went on."