Luke Guldan is a man of many interests — all fueled by a fierce determination and unwavering work ethic. Acting, though, is Luke's true passion, as can be seen in his years of performing in theater productions, TV shows and on film. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Luke graduated from the University of Florida. As a child, Luke excelled at athletic pursuits but was inspired to pursue acting after his first lead role as "The Nutcracker" in his fourth grade production of the Christmas play of the same name.
Over the years, Luke was first recognized for his accomplishments in health and fitness. The INBF "Mr. Fitness" in 2008 and 2009, Luke has been on the covers of and featured in magazines such as GQ, Men's Health, Muscle & Fitness, Men's Fitness and Cosmopolitan. Luke parlayed this success into television roles — thus children around the U.S. recognizing him as Iron Man's personal trainer from a Nicktoons TV commercial.
Coached by some acting greats in New York, Luke has had early success on stage in Tennessee Williams' classic "Street Car Named Desire" and David Storey's critically acclaimed "The Changing Room." Luke has appeared on television in "Gossip Girl," "Royal Pains," and "The Colbert Report" and Luke's first feature film lead in "The Watermen" brought him to the 2011 Toronto Independent Film Festival for its premiere.
Despite all of this, though, Luke still cuts his own hair and is currently perfecting his movements in the art of Tai Chi.
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