An incredible actor, television personality, podcaster and MC
Luke Carroll is among one of the most successful and well-known Indigenous Australlan actors In the country.
Beginning his career as a child star in the kids’ show Lift Off back in 1989, Luke has appeared in multiple feature films & television shows as well as numerous theatre productions over the last 3 decades across all networks and with the major theatre companies in the country.
He is a regular host of the Australian Children’s Television Show Play School, a regular presenter on Channel 7’s travel & lifestyle show Sydney Weekender & the Big Mob Brekky program on NITV during NAIDOC Week.
Luke also has an impressive list of MC credits that include the Australia Day Celebrations at the Opera House broadcast live around Australia on Channel 10, the on-field MC for both the NRL AIl Stars Games & the NRL State of Origin, National NAIDOC Awards as well as major awards ceremonies for both corporate & community events over the last 2 decades.
Outside of the media landscape, Luke’s most important role is that of a loving father to 2 boys as well as a die-hard South Sydney Rabbitoh’s & Sydney Swans fan!
Performance: Acknowledgement of Country –
Play School Episode
Luke Carroll will be performing songs from Play School’s fabulous Acknowledgement of Country episode. Luke tells the story of his relationships to education and why children’s education is so important – especially through the performing arts. He will be accompanied by Aunty Tracey Linn Bostock who is the original creator of the Acknowledgement of Country in early childhood that you see in the Play School episode and have probably experienced somewhere as it has become a contemporary songline!