Singer and actor, Luke Goss began his entertainment career alongside his twin brother Matt, in the 1980s boy band Bros. Following the band's breakup in the 1990s, Goss embarked on a solo career in music before beginning to work as an actor in the 2000s. He made his debut in the made-for-TV movie "The Stretch" in 2000, and appeared in several British films during the early 2000s, with parts in he romantic comedy "Love Life" and the rehab drama "Two Days, Nine Lives." His breakthrough role came in 2002, when he played the villain, Nomak, in Guillermo del Toro's "Blade II." Goss's performance launched his career in Hollywood and earned him another villainous lead in the TV mini-series "Frankenstein" in 2004. Having developed a reputation as an actor capable of playing dark, menacing antagonists, Goss continued to act in films throughout the 2000s, and would team-up with director del Toro again in 2008, with the supernatural superhero sequel "Hellboy II: The Golden Army." Goss gained more roles in action and science fiction films during the 2010s, with parts in the video game adaptation "Tekken," the breakneck action film "Death Race 2," and a lead in the SyFy channel's fantasy series "Witchville."
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Made his feature film debut in "Two Days, Nine Lives"
Co-starred opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Eugene Levy in "The Man"
Landed a recurring part on the TV series "Red Widow"
Appeared alongside Mickey Rourke and Chuck Liddell in the action film "War Pigs"
Made his directorial debut with "Your Move," which he also wrote and starred in