Luke Arnold (born January 24 1984)[4] is an Australian actor.



Early life

Arnold was born in Adelaide, South Australia and went to primary school there until his family moved to Sydney.[5] He moved to Queensland for his last two years of high school at Sunshine Beach High School on the Sunshine Coast. At the age of 18, he worked as an assistant swordmaster on the 2003 film Peter Pan.[6] He graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2006,[7] and made his film debut as the lead in Broken Hill in 2009.


On stage he appeared in Tim Conigrave's Like Stars in My Hands at La Mama Courthouse, Melbourne in 2008. He appeared in television guest roles in City Homicide, McLeod's Daughters, and a recurring role in Winners & Losers.[8]

In 2014, he appeared in two major television roles: playing INXS singer Michael Hutchence in INXS: Never Tear Us Apart,[9] and as the pirate John Silver in the Starz drama series Black Sails.[8] In 2017 he appeared in all six episodes of the second season of Australian paranormal drama Glitch.[10]

Personal life

Arnold is an Ambassador for Save the Children Australia[11]



2017Half MagicFreedom 
2013Murder in the DarkKevin 
How to Be a Man Production Assistant
2012LoadedSammyShort film
2011Dealing with DestinyBlake 
The TunnelJim 'Tangles' Williams 
2010Letters to SallyTim/DamianShort film
2009Broken HillTommy McAlpine 
2006One Perfect Day Video short
2003Peter Pan Stunts


2017GlitchOwen Nilsson6 episodes
2014Black SailsJohn Silver38 episodes
INXS: Never Tear Us ApartMichael Hutchence2 episodes
2012Winners & LosersLachie Clarke6 episodes
LowdownLeonSeason 2, Episode 3
Event ZeroTullySeason 1, Episode 3
2011TwentysomethingBackpacker #1Season 1, Episode 2
City HomicideDrew PrestonSeason 5, Episode 4
Panic at Rock IslandTysonTV Movie
2010The PacificAugieSeason 1, Episode 4
2009RushConstable Elliot Ryan2 episodes
Rescue Special OpsRick Jones2 episodes
2008The Elephant PrincessJago4 episodes
The StripMuzSeason 1, Episode 7
2007McLeod's DaughtersRhys PlaidySeason 7, Episode 26