Luke Eberl

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Lucas Elliott "Luke" Eberl (born March 29, 1986 in Boulder , Colorado ) is an American film actor who also works as a film producer , film director , screenwriter and film editor .


Eberl has already stood in front of the camera in films like Phantoms (with Ben Affleck and Peter O'Toole ) or Planet of the Apes (with Mark Wahlberg and Tim Roth ). In 2006 he took on a supporting role in Clint Eastwood's war film Letters from Iwo Jima . Since 1998 he has appeared in more than 30 productions.

He has also appeared on television series such as A Touch of Heaven , Boston Public , Just In Case, Amy, and Cold Case - No Victim Is Ever Forgotten .

Since 2002 , the then 16-year-old began making short films , for which he was responsible as an author, director and producer.

Previously published short films were in 2002 , the 19-minute Incest with Hallee Hirsh , Erick Avari and Courtland Mead and 2005 already 48 minutes long Fellowship , a film in which, as in Incest young actors (including Elijah Runcorn and Amy Perry embodied the main roles). Further productions followed.

In 2007 Eberl worked as a writer and director of the drama Choose Connor .

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