Presenters Luke Carroll

Luke Carroll

Luke Carroll is a seasoned theatre, film and television performer. Theatre credits include Black is the New White, The Harp in the South, The Hanging, The Battle of Waterloo, Black Diggers and Cherry Pickers for STC, Mother Courage and her Children for QTC, The Cake Man (nominated for a Helpmann Award), Capricornia, Conversations with the Dead and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Belvoir, Riverland for Adelaide Festival, Eora Crossing for Sydney Festival, Purple Dreams and My Girragundji for Bell Shakespeare.

He is also looking forward to appearing in a new play for Sydney Festival in 2020. Luke has been nominated for several AACTA/AFI Awards throughout his screen career; projects include the upcoming Upright and Black Bitch and previously Redfern Now, R.A.N, Australian Rules, Strangerland, Needle, Stone Bros, Subdivision, The Tender Hook, Children of the Revolution, The Gods of Wheat Street, Redfern Now, Heartbeat, The Alice, Stingers, All Saints and Water Rats. He is also a seasoned presenter, host and MC; working on Playschool, Seven’s Sydney Weekender and many large scale events such as the ABC’s Australia Day broadcasts, the Deadly Awards and various NAIDOC events.

“NSW represents me so perfectly! It has everything’s abundance that I love. From the beaches to the mountains and everything in between, there’s no better place to call home.”