Luke Evans (born April 15, 1979) is a Welsh theatre and film actor. He is known to theatregoers for his stage roles in Rent, Miss Saigon Small Change and Piaf, and to filmgoers for his roles in Clash of the Titans and Tamara Drewe.
In 2009 Luke Evans landed his first film playing the Greek god Apollo in the 2010 remake Clash of the Titans. That same year he appeared as Clive in the film Sex & Drugs and Rock & Roll directed by Matt Whitecross, as the Sheriff of Nottingham's thug in Robin Hood playing alongside Matthew MacFadyen.
In early 2010, he shot the independent movie, Flutter, directed by Giles Borg, and then landed a lead role in Tarsem Singhs Greek epic, Immortals, in which he played the King of the Gods, Zeus.
In that same year Luke Evans went on to play the Musketeer Aramis in Paul W.S. Anderson's version of The Three Musketeers, at the end of 2010 he starred alongside John Cusack in James McTeigue's film The Raven, replacing Jeremy Renner. In 2011 He will be shooting No One Lives, a Psychological Horror film directed by Ryuhei Kitamara.