Luke Guldan Bio, Age, Movies, The Good Place And Broad City

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Luke Guldan Biography

Luke Guldan is an American actor. He was born on March 26th, 1991 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. He grew up in Brooklyn New York.

Luke Guldan

He has been featured in magazines like Men’s Health, GQ, Men’s Fitness, and Cosmopolitan. He was named the NABBA “Mr. Teen Empire State” back in 2004 and also the INBF “Mr. Fitness” in 2008 and 2009.

Luke Guldan Age | Luke Guldan Birthday | Luke Guldan Date Of Birth

He was born on March 26th, 1991 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. He is 28 years old as of 2019.

Luke Guldan Height

He is 5′ 11″ tall.Luke Guldan

Luke Guldan Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 1,7 million.

Luke Guldan Career

“Reveal to Me A Story” pursues the world’s most adored fantasies that are reconsidered as a dim and bent thrill ride set in advanced New York City. The main period of this serialized show entwines “The Three Little Pigs”, “Minimal Red Riding Hood,” and “Hansel and Gretel” into an epic and rebellious story of adoration, misfortune, insatiability, retribution, and murder.

Luke plays ‘Billy’ and stars close by Paul Wesley, James Wolk, and Kim Cattrall. The arrangement debuted on CBS All Access on October 31, 2018.

Furthermore, Luke will restore “The Good Place” in season 3 to repeat his job as ‘Chris Baker’ in scene 8. The arrangement pursues Eleanor (Kristen Bell), an as of late expired lady who awakens in life following death and is sent by Michael (Ted Danson) to ‘The Good Place’, a paradise-like perfect world, in remuneration for her noble life.

Notwithstanding, she rapidly acknowledges she was sent there unintentionally and must shroud her ethically blemished conduct at various times. Luke plays Chris, who turns into Eleanor’s new perfect partner after Michael eradicates her memory in the season one finale.

Luke’s extra TV credits incorporate Broad City, Law, and Order: Special Victims Unit, “Blue Bloods”, “Tattle Girl” and “The Colbert Report”.

On the cinema, Luke can next be found in the up and coming component films “Ease”, “Last Frequency”, and “The Creatress” inverse Fran Drescher. Luke was as of late found in the outside the box films “The Broken Ones”, “Dependent”, “The Watermen” and “Rockaway”.

On the stage, Luke got rave audits as the lead, Benjamin Braddock, in the Ivoryton Playhouse’s showy adjustment of “The Graduate”. He has additionally shown up in Tennessee Williams’ exemplary “Road Car Named Desire” and David Story’s widely praised “The Changing Room”.

Luke Guldan Movies And TV Shows


  • The Watermen
  • ADDicted
  • Rockaway
  • The Broken Ones
  • The Creatress
  • Final Frequency

TV Shows

  • Blue Bloods
  • Law and Order: Special Victims Unit
  • Broad City
  • Justice Woman
  • The Good Place
  • Tell Me a Story

Luke Guldan The Good Place | Luke Guldan Good Place

He had a recurring role for 4 episodes where he portrayed Chris Baker. When Eleanor Shell stop finds herself in the afterlife, she’s both relieved and surprised that she’s made it into A Good Place.
But it doesn’t take long for Eleanor to realize she’s there by mistake. She hides in plain sight from the Good Place’s architect Michael and his all-knowing assistant Janet.
Her seemingly perfect neighbors Tahani and Jianyu and open-hearted soul mate Chidi help her realize that it’s never too late. With the help of her new friends — and a few enemies — Eleanor becomes determined to shed her old way of life in hopes of discovering a new one in the afterlife.
Network: NBC
No. of episodes: 39 (list of episodes)

Luke Guldan Broad City

He was Tyler in this TV show. The critically acclaimed Web series `Broad City’ moves to Comedy Central as a half-hour scripted series. It’s created by and stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer as 20-something best friends who are trying to navigate life in New York, despite that their adventures always seem to lead down unexpected and bizarre paths.
They have very little money, but they are survivors who aren’t afraid to throw themselves into sticky situations, no matter how messy the end results may be. Jacobson and Glazer both honed their comedy chops at New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theater.
UCB co-founder Amy Poehler is an executive producer on the series and joins Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch, Janeane Garofalo, Michelle Hurst, Jason Mantzoukas and Amy Sedaris, among others, as guest stars.
First episode date: 22 January 2014
Final episode date: 28 March 2019
Network: Comedy Central
Writers: Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Paul W. Downs, Lucia Aniello, Naomi Ekperigin, Chris Kelly, Jen Statsky, Anthony King

Luke Guldan Blue Bloods

He played the character role of  Ralphie Vitale in this TV show. Tom Selleck stars as Frank Reagan, the New York Police Commissioner, and patriarch of the Reagan clan, a multigenerational family of cops.
Frank’s oldest son is Danny, a seasoned detective and Iraqi War veteran who occasionally uses dubious tactics to solve cases. Daughter Erin, the lone female, is an assistant district attorney. Fresh out of Harvard Law, Jamie is the youngest member and “golden boy” of the family.
Jamie gave up a lucrative future in law to continue the family’s tradition in police work, and is asked to participate in a secretive investigation that even his father does not know about.
First episode date: 24 September 2010
Network: CBS
No. of episodes: 196 (list of episodes)
Theme song: Reagan’s Theme

Luke Guldan Final Frequency

He portrays Paul Dahlset in this movie. A ph.D student investigates unusual seismic activity in Los Angeles, leading to a cabal of elitist scientists, who plan to weaponize Nikola Tesla’s most secret research to manipulate thought patterns and earthquakes.
Director: Tim Lowry
Writers: Christine Fry (story by), Penny Gibben
Stars: Lou Ferrigno Jr., Charles Shaughnessy, Kirby Bliss Blanton
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Luke Guldan Interview

Interview: Checking In With Luke Guldan of ‘The Good Place’

Season 3 of the popular and award-winning sitcom The Good Place premieres tomorrow, September 27th on NBC–full disclosure, it is sincerely one of my favorite sitcoms on TV right now–and like many, I’m excited.
I sat down with Luke Guldan, the actor who plays The Good Place’s ‘Chris Baker’, the Bad Place torturer who gets assigned as Eleanor’s ‘new soulmate’ in the second and subsequent ‘fake Good Place’ attempts. We spoke at length about the series, and about his exciting new project premiering next month on CBS All Access, Tell Me a Story.
This is Part 1 of a multi-part interview:
JE: Tell me where you are with filming for ‘The Good Place’, and what has that been like?
LG: It’s been great working with Kristen Bell, Ted Danson, and the rest of the cast on The Good Place. And now being back for a third season has given me the opportunity to see them work as the show has progressed and evolved. The whole cast and crew feel like a big family, and it is great to be able to come back–the only way to describe it is pure, unadulterated forkin’ fun.
And it was exciting and a real privilege working again with Ted Danson because he had just won a Critics Choice Award, and also just received an Emmy nomination for his work on the show.
JE: Tell me something about the character you are playing on the tv show?
LG: Chris Baker is great at his job, very good looking, successful, looks great in a suit, and he can tear off that suit while still looking great. Oh, and he’s a demon. Basically, I’m nothing like Chris Baker. However the one overlap, and it’s our only similarity, is that we both like to frequent the gym a lot.
JE: What do you like about acting and what don’t you like about it?
LG: I like that it’s always different. Even when playing the same character there are continually things you can’t expect, new experiences, collaborations, being thrown into an environment where you work with so many people to make one thing come together. It’s exciting and I enjoy that process.
And the one thing I don’t like about acting or I think can be challenging is watching my work once removed from the project. Not from a superficial standpoint, but from a creative perspective.
JE: October 31st you have another exciting new series debuting on CBS All Access. Tell me about Tell Me a Story.
LG: In Tell Me a Story we take the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagine them into a dark psychological thriller. It’s set in modern-day New York City, and the first season interweaves ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and ‘Hansel and Gretel’ into a tale of loss, love, revenge, and murder. You won’t meet a literal wolf or pig, but viewers can pick up on the parallels between the character’s storylines and classic fairy tales.
JE: Who do you play?
I’m in the ‘Hansel and Gretel’ storyline. I play ‘Billy’, a guy who’s… living his best life, let’s say. I don’t want to give anything away, but be sure to watch on October 31st on CBS All Access!
JE: What are your plans and dreams for the future?
LG: I’m looking forward to traveling. I’ve got a plan set to do a Euro-trip– Italy, England, Spain, Scotland, and Amsterdam.
And yes to dreams! I am looking forward to Season 3 of The Good Place and Tell Me a Story’s premiere on October 31st – I’ll be posting some behind the scenes and updates on my Instagram, @lukeguldanofficial!
This concludes Part 1 of my interview with Luke. Expect more as we get closer to the debut of Tell Me a Story! In the meantime, be sure to check out Luke on The Good Place, debuting Thursday at 8/7c on NBC.

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