Luke Macfarlane made his feature film debut in Bill Condon's "Kinsey," opposite Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. He also starred in Robert Altman's "Tanner on Tanner," a limited series for the Sundance Channel, opposite Cynthia Nixon. On the small screen, Macfarlane was a series regular on the Canadian sitcom "Satisfaction" and has appeared as a guest on hit shows such as "Smash," "Person of Interest," and "Beauty and the Beast."
On the stage, Macfarlane starred in "Where Do We Live," written and directed by Chris Shinn, at the Vineyard Theater, as well as the play "Juvenilia." Most recently, Macfarlane starred, opposite Jill Clayburgh, in the Playwright's Horizons production of "The Busy World is Hushed."
Macfarlane is a graduate of The Juilliard Drama Division, where he starred in the productions of "The School of Night," "Blue Window," "The Grapes of Wrath," and "As You Like It."
Macfarlane is best known for his role on ABC's hit television series "Brothers and Sisters." He is also known for his work on the critically acclaimed Steven Bochco FX series "Over There" and most recently starred in the CBC mini-series "Iron Road," leading an all-star cast, including Peter O'Toole and Sam Neill.
Macfarlane hails from London, Ontario and resides in Los Angeles.