The Weekend Away’s Luke Norris age, Instagram, height, and more about the Rob actor

The Weekend Away. (L to R) Luke Norris as Rob, Leighton Meester as Beth in The Weekend Away. Cr. Ivan Sardi/Netflix ©2022
The Weekend Away. (L to R) Luke Norris as Rob, Leighton Meester as Beth in The Weekend Away. Cr. Ivan Sardi/Netflix ©2022 /

The Weekend Away is the latest “who dunnit” movie to land on Netflix!

The new movie follows best friends Beth (Leighton Meester) and Kate (Christina Wolfe) on their weekend getaway to Croatia which goes awry when one of them gets accused of murdering the other. While trying to clear her name, the lead interacts with many people including Rob played by Luke Norris. If you’re curious about the actor and keen to learn more about him then you’re in the right place!

Below we’ve gathered everything there is to know about the British hunk.

Luke Norris age

Luke Norris is 36 years old as of March 2022. However, later this year, the actor will be turning 37.

How tall is Luke Norris?

According to IMDb, the 36-year-old actor, who portrays Rob on screen, stands at an impressive 6ft 2inches tall.

Is The Weekend Away star Luke Norris on Instagram?

Yes! It appears that British actor Luke Norris is on Instagram under the handle “@drenysdwight,” his handle being a reference to his character Dr Dwight Enys in Poldark. But it seems the actor rarely uses his social media account. His last post is dated from four years ago when he attended a red carpet promo at BBC One in 2018.

There doesn’t seem to be any other social media platforms that the actor uses.

Luke Norris roles

According to IMDb, the actor has 16 acting credits to his name! However, his BBC series Poldark and his appearance in The Weekend Away are probably his biggest roles to date.

His roles include:

  • The Weekend Away (2022)
  • The Girl Before (2021)
  • The Colour Room (2021)
  • The Booker Prizes 2021: Bewilderment (2021)
  • Poldark (2015-2019)
  • Been So Long (2018)
  • FirstBorn (2016)
  • National Theatre Live: A View from the Bridge (2015)
  • Our World War (2014)
  • National Theatre Live: Antigone (2012)
  • Titanic (TV mini series) (2012)
  • National Theatre Live: The Kitchen (2011)
  • Mine (2009)
  • Skins (2009)
  • The Duchess (2008)
  • The Inbetweeners (2008)

What’s next for Luke Norris?

At the moment it doesn’t seem like the actor has any future projects lined up. Of course, we’re sure this will change soon given he just starred in Netflix’s new movie, which will likely make him an actor in demand after his strong performance.

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