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Biography #2Luke Goss' performance career began with five incredibly successful years in the music industry, and included two world tours, 13 hit singles, 3 albums and the Brit award for best newcomer. At the end of that period, Goss wrote an autobiography, I Owe You Nothing, which spent several weeks in the top ten of the UK best seller's list and has been reprinted 3 times.
Goss then decided to pursue his acting ambitions, beginning with the musical play Plan 9 From Outer Space based on Ed Wood's cult film of the same name. In 1997 he starred in the touring musical What a Feeling, playing to full houses all over the U.K. After seeing his performance at London's Palladium theater during that tour, the producers of the long-running, smash hit musical Grease offered Goss the starring role as 'Danny' in the West End production. After huge success in London, Goss and the show went on tour. It was subsequently voted Most Successful British Tour two years in a row. Goss has also presented his own shows on MTV, VH1, and recorded radio plays for the BBC.
During the summer of 1999 Goss starred in his first feature film Two Days and Nine Lives playing the lead role of Saul, and more recently in the features Nine Tenths and Love Lives. He also had TV roles in Bob Martin for Granada and Sky Television's mini-series The Stretch. This year, in addition to Blade 2, Goss will also appear in David Goyer's independent drama ZigZag, starring alongside John Leguizamo, Oliver Platt, Natasha Lyonne and Wesley Snipes.
Bio courtesy Touchstone (08-May-2002)