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Luke Smith: Invasion of the Bane[SJA]; Revenge of the Slitheen[SJA]; Eye of the Gorgon[SJA]; Warriors of Kudlak[SJA]; Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?[SJA]; The Lost Boy[SJA]; The Last Sontaran[SJA]; The Day of the Clown[SJA]; Secrets of the Stars[SJA]; The Mark of the Berserker[SJA]; The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith[SJA]; Enemy of the Bane[SJA]; From Raxacoricofallapatorius with Love[SJA]; Prisoner of the Judoon[SJA]; The Mad Woman in the Attic[SJA]; The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith[SJA]; Mona Lisa's Revenge[SJA]; The Gift[SJA]; The Nightmare Man[SJA]; The Vault of Secrets[SJA]; Death of the Doctor[SJA]; Sarah Jane's Alien Files: Episode 3[SJA]; Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith[SJA]; Sarah Jane's Alien Files: Episode 6[SJA]; Sky[SJA]; The Man Who Never Was[SJA]
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Thomas Lawrence KnightBorn: Fri 22nd January 1993 (age: 22)
Tommy Knight was born on 22 January, 1993, in Chatham, Kent, in England. He is the middle child of five children (three boys and two girls), all of whom act. He attended Delce Junior School in Rochester from year four onwards and now currently attends Sir Joseph Williamsons Mathematical School.
Best known for his role as Luke Smith, the adopted son of Sarah Jane Smith, in The Sarah Jane Adventures, Tommy Knight began his acting career in West End Theatre, appearing in plays such as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and the Royal Shakespeare Companys Macbeth. He has also made his mark in television, such as starring in Doctors, The Bill, and the factual miniseries drama The Impressionists. He finally landed a role on the Doctor Who spin-off series as Luke Smith, and has been on the show since the pilot episode in 2007. Knight has also made three appearances alongside Elisabeth Sladen on Doctor Who, reprising the role of Luke Smith in the episodes The Stolen Earth, Journeys End, and the second part of The End of Time.
As of 2012 he has become part of the regular cast in Waterloo Road.
Biography originally by Nicole-Anne Keyton