Biography

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Christian Louis Cooke (born 15 September 1987 in Bradford, West Yorkshire) is an English actor, known for playing Luke Kirkwall in Where the Heart Is, Luke Rutherford in Demons, Dorian Gaudain in Trinity , Freddie in Cemetery Junction and Len Matthews in the Channel 4 mini series The Promise.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Christian Louis Cooke (born 15 September 1987 in Bradford, West Yorkshire) is an English actor, known for playing Luke Kirkwall in Where the Heart Is, Luke Rutherford in Demons, Dorian Gaudain in Trinity , Freddie in Cemetery Junction and Len Matthews in the Channel 4 mini series The Promise.

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Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 23

Birthday 1986-09-15

Place of Birth Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

Gelobtes Land(1 episode)
Point Blank as Mateo
A Rose in Winter as Michael Praeger
2018 Ordeal by Innocence(4 episodes) as Mickey Argyll
2015 The Art of More(20 episodes) as Graham Connor
2015 Stonemouth(2 episodes) as Stewart Gilmour
2015 Drunk Wedding as John
2014 Electricity as Mikey O'Connor
2014 Love, Rosie as Greg
2013 Witches of East End(2 episodes) as Frederick Beauchamp
2013 Romeo & Juliet as Mercutio
2012 Unconditional as Liam
2012 Magic City(16 episodes) as Danny Evans
2011 The Promise(4 episodes) as Len Matthews
2010 Cemetery Junction as Frederick "Freddie" Taylor
2009 Trinity(8 episodes)
2009 Demons, The Last Van Helsing(6 episodes)
2008 Echo Beach(12 episodes) as Brae Marrack
2007 Wish as Malcolm
2005 Doctor Who(2 episodes) as Ross Jenkins
1997 Where the Heart Is(68 episodes)
1986 Casualty(1 episode) as Jude Becket
1986 Casualty(1 episode) as Mark Booth

Directing

EdithDirector

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