Much like his two older sisters, Luke Dunphy marches to the beat of his own drum. It’s an offbeat rhythm to say the least. Sometimes Luke gets his head stuck in the banister, other times he jumps around in the trampoline while in his underwear with a box on his head. Told ya he was offbeat. Guess that’s why he gets along so well with his dad.
Luke epitomizes the innocence of youth. He’d always been the cute one until nemesis Lily came into the picture. That’s cool. Luke adjusts by seeking “bad boy” status after taking an extremely slow joyride down the block with Manny. He’s also not opposed to accepting awards for putting out fires that he starts. Luke is growing up fast, but he’ll never lose that innocence as long as his sisters continue to relive those old dress-up days when they put lipstick on him as part of his transformation into family favorite Betty Luke.
The hilarious and loveable Nolan Gould was last seen in the 2011 summer hit, Friends with Benefits, where he played Justin Timberlake’s nephew, budding magician Sam the Magnificent. Gould will next be seen on the big screen in the 2013 movie The To Do List, starring Andy Samberg, Rachel Bilson and Bill Hader.
Twelve-year-old Gould began his career at the tender age of three doing commercials, when he fell in love with acting. His television credits include R.L. Stein’s The Haunting Hour and the lead role in the made-for-TV movie Ghoul, on Chiller Network.
In his spare time Gould keeps his uncanny comedic skills honed by performing in a weekly live improv show. He participates in a variety sports, practices parkour, loves to camp and plays the piano and drums. In addition to his many hobbies, he is a boy scout and an active Mensa member.