Luke Macfarlane can be seen in the Netflix feature, Single All the Way, and he also appeared in the independent film Lone Star Bull. Known for his memorable role on the hit ABC series “Brothers & Sisters,” Macfarlane was previously seen in television leading roles in the Syfy series “Killjoys” for five seasons, in both seasons of the PBS critically acclaimed series “Mercy Street” for Scott Free productions, FX’s “Over There,” “Smash,” “Satisfaction” and “Supreme Courtships.”
Macfarlane made his feature debut in Bill Condon’s Kinsey. In theatre, he has appeared on Broadway in The Normal Heart (Drama Desk award for best ensemble) and off-Broadway in plays including The Busy World of Hushed, Where Do We Live and Juvenilia. A Juilliard grad, other notable theater credits include the world premiere of Reverberations at Hartford Stage, Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir at the Pittsburgh City Theater and the DC’s Arena Stages remount of The Normal Heart.
In 2022, Macfarlane starred in Universal Picture’s romantic comedy Bros, opposite Billy Eichner and can also be seen in the 2023 Apple TV+ series, “Platonic,” in which he co-stars with Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen.
Macfarlane’s most recent credits for Hallmark include “Notes of Autumn,” “A Magical Christmas Village,” “Moriah’s Lighthouse,” “A Valentine’s Match,” “Chateau Christmas” and “Taking a Shot at Love” for Hallmark Channel as well as “Christmas in My Heart” for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
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