Search a film or person :
FacebookConnectionRegistration
Luke Benward is a Actor and Director American born on 12 may 1995 at Franklin (USA)

Luke Benward

Luke Benward
  • Infos
  • Photos
  • Best films
  • Family
  • Characters
  • Awards
If you like this person, let us know!
Birth name Luke Aaron Benward
Nationality USA
Birth 12 may 1995 (24 years) at Franklin (USA)

Luke Aaron Benward (born May 12, 1995) is an American actor and singer, best known for his first starring role as Billy Forrester in How to Eat Fried Worms and as Charlie Tuttle in Minutemen. He played the role of Dillon in Ravenswood and also played the role of Will Cloud in the 2014 film, Cloud 9. He guest starred as Teddy's boyfriend, Beau, on the Disney Channel show Good Luck Charlie.

Biography

Benward was born in Franklin, Tennessee, the son of Kenda (née Wilkerson) and Aaron Benward. His father is in the country duo Blue County, his mother is a part-time actor, model, and acting coach, and his grandfather is Contemporary Christian artist Jeoffrey Benward. He has 2 younger sisters, Ella and Gracie.

Usually with

Ben Falcone
Ben Falcone
(1 films)
Sean McNamara
Sean McNamara
(1 films)
Denyse Tontz
Denyse Tontz
(1 films)
Kelly Perine
Kelly Perine
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Luke Benward (11 films)

Display filmography as list

Actor

Life of the Party
Directed by Ben Falcone
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Melissa McCarthy, Maya Rudolph, Debby Ryan, Jacki Weaver, Julie Bowen, Gillian Jacobs
Roles Jack Strong
Rating56% 2.805422.805422.805422.805422.80542
Lorsque son mari l'abandonne soudainement, Deanna, une femme au foyer dévouée de longue date, retourne à l'université et atterrit dans la même classe que sa fille. Plongée tête baissée dans l'expérience du campus, elle embrasse la liberté, l'amusement et les garçons de la fraternité selon ses propres termes, trouvant sa vraie personnalité dans une année senior que personne n'aurait jamais attendue.
Cloud 9
Cloud 9 (2014)

Directed by Paul Hoen
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Action, Romance
Themes Sports films, Children's films
Actors Luke Benward, Nick Robinson, Dove Cameron, Kiersey Clemons, Mike C. Manning, Dillon Lane
Roles William Cloud
Rating66% 3.3418153.3418153.3418153.3418153.341815
Snowboarder Kayla Morgan (Dove Cameron), the best girl shredder in Summit Valley, competes in a snowboarding challenge and wins for the girls' division. With her Swift snowboarding teammate/boyfriend, Nick Swift (Mike Manning), who is also the son of team coach Sebastian Swift (Jeffrey Nordling), she trains as a part of the Swift Team to win the "Fire and Ice" snowboarding competition. A year ago, a viral video branding the famous, legendary snowboarder Will Cloud (Luke Benward) as an "epic failure" caused Will to end his snowboarding career. He wiped out attempting a move he created in Fire and Ice, called the Cloud 9, and almost died, allowing the Swifts to take the win. Now, Will works at his family's dog-kennel with his mom, Andrea (Amy Farrington). During a pre-Fire and Ice party for the Swifts, Sebastian Swift tells Nick that he needs to do whatever it takes to win Fire and Ice. After the party, Kayla, Nick, and their two other teammates find Will's sled that he left behind while taking a customer's dog for a walk. Kayla and Nick get on and ride the sled, however, Nick is unable to control it and apologizes to Kayla before falling out of the sled. Still riding, Kayla crashes into the mountain lodge sign, demolishing it and breaking the sled in the process. A security guard finds her and takes her home, and Kayla was abandoned by her teammates to take the blame. Will was informed that his sled was broken.
Girl vs. Monster, 1h29
Directed by Stuart Gillard
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Horror comedy, Fantasy
Themes Comedy horror films, Children's films
Actors Olivia Holt, Brendan Meyers, Kerris Dorsey, Luke Benward, Jennifer Aspen, Katherine McNamara
Roles Ryan Dean
Rating57% 2.86382.86382.86382.86382.8638
The adventure begins on Halloween with Skylar (Olivia Holt), a teenage monster hunter who's not scared of anything with a powerful singing voice, prepares for the ultimate Halloween bash with her best friends, Henry and Sadie. The plan for Skylar to sing at the party, with rock band member Ryan Dean. Skylar was crushed when her parents make her stay home and even put on an alarm system to keep her in. She attempts to sneak out of the house by cutting the power so the alarm system won't work. That unfortunately unleashes a monster named Deimata (that was contained in her parents hunting unit) who is determined to feed the fear on Skylar and her family forever. As Skylar’s world is turned upside down, she learns that her parents have been keeping a big secret – that she comes from a long line of monster hunters. She is the 5th generation. Now, it’s up to Skylar and her friends to channel their inner strength and conquer more than just this monster. Every person has their own personal monster, which feeds on their fear.
Dear John
Dear John (2010)
, 1h45
Directed by Lasse Hallström
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Romance
Themes Films based on the September 11 attacks, Medical-themed films, Films about terrorism, Transport films, Aviation films, Films about psychiatry, Films about disabilities, Political films, Dans un avion, Films about autism, Disaster films, Films about hijackings
Actors Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum, Henry Thomas, Richard Jenkins, Scott Porter, Keith Robinson
Roles Alan at 14
Rating63% 3.155183.155183.155183.155183.15518
While serving in the United States Army Special Forces in 2007, John Tyree (Channing Tatum), a Staff Sergeant, is lying on the ground after being shot multiple times in the neck and body, with his comrades gathered around him. In a voiceover, he recalls a childhood trip to the U.S. Mint and compares himself to a coin in the United States Military before stating that the last thing he thought of before he blacked out was "you".
Dog Gone
Dog Gone (2008)
, 1h30
Directed by Luke Benward
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about animals, Films about dogs, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Luke Benward, French Stewart, Brittany Curran, Kevin P. Farley, Cameron Monaghan, John P. Farley
Roles Owen
Rating49% 2.4713652.4713652.4713652.4713652.471365
When Owen (Luke Benward) and his distracted older sister, Lilly (Brittany Curran), are alone and their parents are away, Owen delivers the paper, dodges a school bully, and spends afternoons in a forest hideaway spinning tall tales and making inventions. He encounters three thugs named Blackie (French Stewart), Bud (Kevin Farley) and Arty (Kelly Perine) who have a mistreated dog and Owen's life changes.
Mostly Ghostly, 1h38
Directed by Rich Correll
Origin USA
Genres Fantastic, Comedy, Horror comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Films about children, Films about magic and magicians, Ghost films, Comedy horror films, Children's films
Actors Sterling Beaumon, Madison Pettis, Luke Benward, Brian Stepanek, David DeLuise, Kim Rhodes
Roles Nicolas "Nicky" Roland
Rating52% 2.608492.608492.608492.608492.60849
Max Doyle (Sterling Beaumon) is an 11-year-old whose love of performing magic disappoints his father (David DeLuise) and draws ridicule from his older brother, Colin (Adam Hicks). While doing laundry in the basement, Max hears voices. While investigating the source of the sound, he sees a hand come out of the wall. A hidden tunnel behind the wall happens to harbor the evil Phears (Brian Stepanek) and his cadre of ghosts. Phears is intent on freeing himself and his minions from the world of ghosts to inhabit the physical world but will be able to do so only on Halloween.
Minutemen
Minutemen (2008)
, 1h38
Directed by Lev. L. Spiro
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Adventure, Comic science fiction
Themes Time travel films, Comedy science fiction films, Children's films
Actors Jason Dolley, Luke Benward, Nicholas Braun, Chelsea Kane, J. P. Manoux, Steven R. McQueen
Roles Charlie Tuttle
Rating59% 2.99372.99372.99372.99372.9937
On the first day of high school, best friends Virgil Fox (Jason Dolley), Derek Beaugard (Steven R. McQueen) and Stephanie Jameson (Chelsea Kane) decide to begin their paths by trying out for various activities. While Derek tries for the football team and Stephanie begins cheerleading, Virgil's high school career takes a bad turn. Charlie Tuttle (Luke Benward), a genius who skipped many grades, rockets onto the field on a rocket-propelled car, losing control until Derek throws a football at him and knocks him off. Virgil defends Charlie while Derek just sits by. Virgil and Charlie are forced to dress as cheerleaders and are hung on the school mascot's, a bighorn sheep, horns.
How to Eat Fried Worms, 1h25
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about animals, Films about education, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about insects, L'enfance marginalisée, Films about psychiatry, Children's films, Films about school violence
Actors Luke Benward, Hallie Eisenberg, Adam Hicks, Nick Krause, Austin Rogers, Alexander Gould
Roles Billy
Rating54% 2.7036352.7036352.7036352.7036352.703635
A young, naive boy named Billy Forrester (Luke Benward) has a weak stomach and vomits easily. He and his parents, Mitch (Tom Cavanagh), Helen (Kimberly Williams-Paisley), and his little brother, Woody (Ty Panitz), have just moved to a new town. Billy tells his mother that he doesn't want to go to school because he will be "the new kid". She assures him that he will make friends and everything will be okay. At school, however, he becomes the target of the school bully, Joe Guire (Adam Hicks), his two "toaders" named Plug (Blake Garrett) and Bradley (Philip Daniel Bolden), and the rest of his gang: Benjy (Ryan Malgarini), Techno-Mouth (Andrew Gillingham), Twitch (Alexander Gould), and Donny (Alexander Agate). They rudely stare at him and call him "Billy F." (which is how his name is written on his lunch box). Plug and Bradley steal his lunch box. He sits behind Erykka Tansy (Hallie Eisenberg), an unusually tall girl whom people make fun of (calling her "Erk").
Because of Winn-Dixie, 1h46
Directed by Wayne Wang
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about animals, Films about dogs, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors AnnaSophia Robb, Jeff Daniels, Cicely Tyson, Luke Benward, Eva Marie Saint, Courtney Jines
Roles Stevie Dewberry
Rating63% 3.1988053.1988053.1988053.1988053.198805
10-year-old India Opal Buloni has just moved to the fictional small town of Naomi, Florida with her father, a preacher.
We Were Soldiers, 2h18
Directed by Randall Wallace
Origin USA
Genres War, Action, Historical
Themes Politique, Political films, United States Armed Forces in films
Actors Mel Gibson, Madeleine Stowe, Sam Elliott, Greg Kinnear, Chris Klein, Keri Russell
Roles David Moore
Rating71% 3.598843.598843.598843.598843.59884
A French unit on patrol in Vietnam in 1954, during the final year of the First Indochina War, is ambushed by Viet Minh forces. Viet Minh commander Nguyen Huu An orders his soldiers to "kill all they send, and they will stop coming".

Director

Dog Gone
Dog Gone (2008)
, 1h30
Directed by Luke Benward
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about animals, Films about dogs, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Luke Benward, French Stewart, Brittany Curran, Kevin P. Farley, Cameron Monaghan, John P. Farley
Rating49% 2.4713652.4713652.4713652.4713652.471365
When Owen (Luke Benward) and his distracted older sister, Lilly (Brittany Curran), are alone and their parents are away, Owen delivers the paper, dodges a school bully, and spends afternoons in a forest hideaway spinning tall tales and making inventions. He encounters three thugs named Blackie (French Stewart), Bud (Kevin Farley) and Arty (Kelly Perine) who have a mistreated dog and Owen's life changes.