Luke Goss Wiki
Luke Goss Bio
He was born 29 September 1968. Luke Goss is an English actor and former drummer in late 1980s band Bros. He has appeared in numerous films including Blade II (2002) as Jared Nomak, One Night with the King (2006) as King Xerxes, Hellboy II. The Golden Army (2008) as Prince Nuada, Tekken (2009) as Steve Fox and Interview with a Hitman (2012) as Viktor, and Traffic as Red (2018)
Luke Goss Career
Goss, along with twin brother Matt Goss, started his career with the 1980s boy band Bros. In total, he has charted with thirteen hit singles in the UK.
When Bros broke up in the early 1990s, Goss worked with the Band of Thieves where he released two singles “Sweeter Than The Midnight Rain” and “Give Me One More Chance”, he then released “L.I.F.E.” under the bands name change Thieves Like Us due to a change in lineup. His autobiography, “I Owe You Nothing,” was a top 10 best seller book and went on to have three subsequent printings. He also began to appear in stage musicals including Grease and What a Feeling and has turned to act in films full-time, with his first most notable role being the villain in Blade II. He also appeared as The Creature in the Hallmark Channel’s Frankenstein. Goss can be seen in the 2004 crime drama, Charlie in which he plays real-life gangster Charlie Richardson. In the 2005 comedy The Man, he starred as another villain, Joey/Kane, alongside Eugene Levy and Samuel L. Jackson.
Luke Goss Latest News
Bros stars Matt and Luke Goss have been propelled back into the spotlight. Their hit documentary, After The Screaming Stops.
The show followed the twins ahead of their 2017 reunion gig at London’s o2. Viewers saw them have terrible rows but they also witnessed their close bond.
While it was well as-received, others branded the show cringe-worthy, as Matt, 50, said things like. He refused to be superstitious because of Stevie Wonder’s lyrics.