Sarah Bartholomew was born and raised in the beach cities of Southern California. She spent the majority of her childhood training and dancing in a touring dance company, as well as performing in musicals. When she was eighteen, Sarah moved to London, England to study Dance and Theatre both at Kingston University and at The Urdang Academy. She graduated from The Urdang Academy in 2014 with a BA Honors in Dance and Musical Theatre. She then moved back home to Los Angeles where she has been working in film, stage, and TV. Sarah also dances and choreographs for dance companies and is the lead singer of a rock alternative music group, A Mind Made Me.
Luke was born in Manchester England, the youngest of four children. At the age of three, he emigrated to Sydney, Australia where he grew up in the beachside suburb of Cronulla.
Classically trained, Luke studied drama and music at The McDonald College of Performing Arts - a selective full-time institution in Sydney. After graduating, he fast-tracked his Bachelor of Business in two years at Bond University, before moving to London where he was discovered by legendary West End casting director, Pippa Ailion, during preproduction of Spring Awakening the Musical - which he auditioned and workshopped with Broadway creatives Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater.
Soon after, Luke set his sights on Los Angeles, moving to the States in 2011. His first US feature was in Gold Circle Films’ The Possession of Michael King as Elias, an expert in the occult. His next role would come in Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks playing a barman in 1906 Australia.
Next, Luke played Ricky Gladstone in Richard Zelniker’s As Night Comes, which follows the sociopathic teenager’s antics on the night before Halloween. In The Ever After with Melissa Leo and Teresa Palmer, he played a photography assistant to protagonist Thomas - played by Mark Webber.
In 2015, Luke secured his most notable role to date in The Girl in The Photographs, a project produced by Wes Craven and written and directed by Nick Simon. Premiering at The Toronto International Film Festival, his performance as the sociopathic serial killer garnered him rave reviews from the likes of The Wrap, The Line Up and Press Pass LA.
His forthcoming projects include indie horror, Fright Fest, opposite Dylan Walsh, and David Fincher’s HBO show, Video Synchronicity.
In addition to acting, Luke has also found success in modeling, appearing in campaigns for American Eagle, American Rag, Roark Collective and Chapter. Editorially, he has appeared in Dazed + Confused, BITE and Photogenics Magazine.
Off camera, Luke has a branded content production company, Go Forth Content, with partners Rachael Taylor and Tahyna Tozzi. A skilled writer, he is currently working on his fourth feature script and has his latest work, In Repair, in pre-production at Culmination Productions.
Philanthropically, Luke is an ardent supporter of Oxfam International. He also works locally in Los Angeles with the VET Hunters Project – connecting homeless veterans with government programs, and BCR Burbank – a center for adults and children with developmental disabilities.