And Silver’s RED SOCKS.YES. Arnold was born in Adelaide, South Australia and went to primary school there until his family moved to Sydney. The work remains the sole property of the artist: Luke John Matthew Arnold. Change the date. Along the way, they will experience tragedy, encounters with the authorities, and wonderous seascapes. [3] He moved to Queensland for his last two years of high school at Sunshine Beach High School on the Sunshine Coast. By Maria Lewis for Daily Mail Australia. “It was important from the start that we look like a bunch of guys who have grown up together and get on well. The state-coroner who presided over Walker's autopsy and burial, a man by the name of William Ramsay-Smith (pictured) who was educated in Edinburgh, was not as liked among the residents, Adelaide at the turn of the 1900s: Residents rode trams that would compete for the streets with horses and carts (pictured). Teaching unions ramp up strike threats over demands to SHUT schools during lockdown with claims coronavirus... RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: If this was 1940, Boris Johnson would stand down The Few to 'protect the RAF'. The crew find those islands are mainly occupied by sealers, their ‘wives’ (mainly Aboriginal women who have fled from Tasmania) and children. Locals back in Australia were outraged when they discovered the truth with newspapers declaring: 'Tommy Walker - he rests in pieces'. However two-years later when Walker's grave was exhumed on orders of the South Australian parliament, the coffin was found to contain only sandbags. Concerned for her father’s welfare, Eliza agrees to go too, but also soon finds herself entranced by the small boat that will carry them and its strange crew. ", "INXS miniseries star and Adelaide actor Luke Arnold uses rising fame to help kids", The actors playing INXS band members in Never Tear Us Apart speak about their roles, "Luke Arnold to play Michael Hutchence in TV series about INXS", "The Last Smile in Sunder City by Luke Arnold - Books", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Luke_Arnold&oldid=982628327, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 09:53. Always Was Always Will Be Aboriginal Land. There have been renewed efforts in recent years to repatriate the remains of those indigenous people transported to British institutions, with more than 1,500 ancestral remains being brought back by the end of 2019. Change the date. Published: 07:02 GMT, 22 October 2020 | Updated: 07:02 GMT, 22 October 2020. 1,856 Likes, 50 Comments - Luke Arnold (@longlukearnold) on Instagram: “Always was, always will be Aboriginal land. Suddenly all eyes turned to the state-coroner who presided over Walker's autopsy and burial, a man by the name of William Ramsay-Smith who was educated in Edinburgh, and was not well-liked among residents. Mr Sumner would like to see a National Resting Place establish for the remains of those ancestors returned to the country, not only out of respect but also a reminder that we should move forward as a society and not regress. “I grew up in an Aussie rock household so it was all Chisel, Oils, INXS, ever since I was little,” he recalls. There could have been a  storm in the far-off miles, the sky loaded with subterfuge, vague enough to hide a thunderhead. Eventually we had some scenes and then it got to the point where they wanted me dancing as Michael. He appeared in television guest roles in City Homicide, McLeod's Daughters, and a recurring role in Winners & Losers.[2]. “But when I got into them I guess they already had their Greatest Hits out. 'There were a couple of others, a Chinese man and an American black man who had been a sailor.'. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. He lived every moment with every person –it was a really beautiful quality. What follows is the story of that voyage. Although Walker accepted the colonial rulers with good humour he would often make fun of them when he ended up in court. Rising star Luke Arnold is a graduate from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. The Burning Island is another engaging and often fascinating work of historical fiction from Serong. Much like his refugee drama On the Java Ridge, Serong is never more at home in his descriptions than when his characters are at sea. “Luckily there’s a lot of stuff out there. “So it would have been quite embarrassing if I hadn’t got the role and those tapes are out there!”. As soon as we got together and hung out we realised that part of the process wasn’t going to be too hard,” says Arnold. The Burning Island is a sequel to Serong’s 2018 historical novel Preservation. “He was a guy who when he talked to someone he was there 100%. Your email address will not be published. When the grave of an Aboriginal man was exhumed in colonial-era Australia, an empty coffin sparked sinister rumours among the local townsfolk. Land masses in the distance appeared to float in the warm mist that clouded the horizons. The missing bodies sparked a scandal which blew open a behind-the-scenes practice of body-shopping, in which scientists in Australia were shipping the bodies back to the United Kingdom to be studied by academics. In her early thirties and still single, Eliza is burdened with looking after her father who was once an officer and has now fallen from grace, blinded by rotgut and constantly drunk. Beau Cooper / Beau McRea (15 episodes, 2015-2019) Genevieve O'Reilly. Mountaintops hung in weird suspension. His first feature film role was the lead in Broken Hill, in which he had the ... 1,755 Likes, 78 Comments - Luke Arnold (@longlukearnold) on Instagram: “Another pic by @pascalmimages. and you agree to not use these images for profit. And check out his wildlife photography at @pascalmphotography”, 1,687 Likes, 45 Comments - Luke Arnold (@longlukearnold) on Instagram: “Photo shoot for @billiblues Photography @epicphotoau”, 919 Likes, 21 Comments - Luke Arnold (@longlukearnold) on Instagram: “Photo taken by my talented mate @pascalmimages. [8], Arnold is an Ambassador for Save the Children Australia..[9], Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, "Woo! His combat career was cut short when he was wounded by a roadside bomb, suffering a … So it may bring good things but it’s a reward in itself,” he explains. People occasionally brought up the likeness between me and Michael, over the last ten years. 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Along the way, they will experience tragedy, encounters with the authorities, and wonderous seascapes. And it came through in his stage presence as well as his likeability, as a guy.”. [citation needed], In January 2020 Hachette Australia published Arnold's first novel, The Last Smile in Sunder City. “I finished Black Sails in Cape Town and had about 2 weeks in Melbourne to wake up every day, spend the morning watching Michael Hutchence clips, dancing around the house,” he says. The Burning Island is a sequel to Serong’s 2018 historical novel Preservation. And even then, not really. There are so many books people have written and interviews, concerts, and videos. 1715. He was removed from his official position but continued his scientific studies for the next two decades - attending burial sites of the Ngarrrindjeri people in South Australia. So when he heard there was an INXS miniseries on the cards, he started sending videos of himself to producers to convince him he was perfect for the role. [2] In 2017 he appeared in all six episodes of the second season of Australian paranormal drama Glitch. Actor says he'd like to jump on board Pirates Of The Caribbean 5. “I’d had my ear to the ground about this role for a long time. Thousands more are still in British, European and American museums. He has made guest appearances on multiple live streams from the gaming Twitch channel Easy Allies. Luke Arnold had always been told he looked like Michael Hutchence. Ministers suggest Nicola Sturgeon WON'T get powers to spend BILLIONS paying 80% furlough to Scots after... Tour operators record 10,000 bookings in a single day as Britons scramble to airports before lockdown 2.0... Italy imposes nationwide curfew and bans travel to hard-hit regions as infection levels soar. 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DOMINIC SANDBROOK: As historian Lucy Worsley says the battle was a victory for Europe, it's time this... Could a Princess Diana documentary be set for Oscar glory? If you would like more information please get in touch. He/Him. and you agree to not use these images for profit. “The biggest challenge is how much time we’re covering. Indigenous elder Major Sumner explains that even now the Ngarrindjeri people insist on an open coffin at a funeral. But the big difference between me and Michael is he always seemed like a guy who had all the time in the world. If you don’t yet…” 'The newspapers would comment upon his appearances in court where he would make some sort of sarcastic remark to the judge,' historian Robert Foster told the ABC. Iluminating as it does a world of outcasts, rebels and fringe dwellers – in particular the sealers who scraped a living on the small Bass Strait islands but killed so many seals that they ended up destroying their own livelihood and the Aboriginal women of Tasmania, hunted by the authorities as part of a systemic attempt to wipe out their culture on that Island.