Australian Actor Luke Hemsworth To Join Brothers In Hollywood

Don Groves is a Deadline contributor based in Sydney.

Australian actor Luke Hemsworth plans to move to Hollywood, joining his younger brothers Chris and Liam. Luke, 32, signed with ROAR Management, which also reps his siblings, about a year ago. His Australian agent, Mark Morrissey, tells Deadline the actor has decided to pursue a career in the U.S. but hasn’t yet set a time to relocate because it also involves his wife and their three young children. Morrissey said ROAR has been sending Luke scripts but he hasn’t committed to anything. Luke starred in Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms, a miniseries that chronicled a war between Sydney two motorcycle clubs in 1984 which resulted in the deaths of seven people; it aired this month on Network Ten. Luke began his acting career in the children’s series The Saddle Club almost 10 years ago, before either of his brothers entered the business. His TV credits include Last Man Standing, Blue Heelers and Neighbours.

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