Luke Pasqualino is a British actor who is known for his role of Freddie McClair in the television series Skins:d’Artagnan in the television series The Musketeers and Elvis Harte in Our Girl.
Luke Pasqualino was born on 19 February,1990 in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England to Italian parents from Sicity and Naples. In Walton, Peterborough, he attended Walton Community School. Martin Tempest’s theatre lessons at the Stamford Art Centre. In the first season of Skins, he auditioned for the role of Tony Stone. However, British actor Nicholas Hoult was chosen for the role. Prior to his role in Skins, he appeared in a number of plays. And he’d dabbled with modelling. Pasqualino also worked at Image International, his father’s salon.
Pasqualino made his acting debut in 2009 as the protagonist in the low-budget film Stingers Rule!, which follows a local football team as they battle property developers who want to demolish their beloved football stadium. Pasqualino has appeared in episodes of Casualty and Miranda as a guest star. He was in a number of plays and also did some modelling. In the third season of the E4 teenage drama television series Skins, Pasqualino was one of the new series regulars. The show’s major cast members are replaced every two seasons. Freddie McClair, a laid-back weed-smoking college student, was played by Pasqualino. As the fourth season came to a close, he and the rest of the cast were replaced, as was customary. In February 2010, Pasqualino was cast with Ashley Greene of Twilight and Tom Felton of Harry Potter in Warner Bros. Pictures’ supernatural horror film The Apparition. Filming began in Los Angeles and Berlin the same month, and the film was released in August 2012. Pasqualino was cast in the recurring role of Paolo, a teenage servant, on the historical drama television series The Borgias in September 2010. Pasqualino co-starred in the romantic werewolf comedy Love Bite with Jessica Szohr and Ed Speleers in July 2012. Pasqualino was cast as the lead in the Syfy television pilot Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, a precursor to the revamped Battlestar Galactica series, which premiered in October 2011. In the prequel, Pasqualino played William “Husker” Adama’s younger self, which was first released as a ten-episode web series on Machinima.com on November 9, 2012, and subsequently shown as a televised film on Syfy in early 2013. Pasqualino also appeared in the French television series Jo later that year. From 2014 to 2016, he starred in the BBC adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ novel The Musketeers. Pasqualino also featured in Snowpiercer, an ensemble drama about a train load of passengers attempting to cohabit in a world engulfed in ice and snow. The film, starring Chris Evans, was released worldwide in 2013 and in the United States in 2014. In the Netflix series ‘Shadow and Bone,’ he played David Kostyk in 2021.
Luke Pasqualino is currently in relationship with rising star Maddison Jaizani.
Luke Pasqualino is 5 ft 8 inches tall and weighs about 67 kg. He is a fitness freak. He has blonde hair and light brown eyes.
Lake Pasqualino’s estimated net worth is $4 million as of year 2022.