Who is Samantha Hemsworth, the wife of Luke Hemsworth?
Samantha Hemsworth was born on 14 August 1980 in Canberra, Australia – her zodiac sign is Leo and she holds Australian nationality. She is a non-celebrity person, only well-known because she married Luke Hemsworth, a famous Australian actor.
Early life and education
Samantha was raised alongside her younger sister in Canberra, the capital city of Australia, by their father who is an interior designer and their mother who is an architect. Samantha grew up leading a casual girlish life – she read girly magazines, played with dolls with her friends and watched movies on TV.
She began attending high school in 1994, and there became physically active, playing various sports such as soccer and cricket while she also enjoyed running. She enrolled into college upon matriculation in 1998, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002.
Samantha hasn’t talked about her career but it is believed that she has been working as a psychologist since graduation – it is widely believed that she cannot get under the spotlight because she is married to a man as famous as Luke.
Love life and marriage with Luke
Samantha met Luke in 2004 at a party organized by their mutual friend, who introduced them – they began dating around a month later, and on 15 December 2007, they exchanged vows in a private ceremony attended only by their closest friends and family. In 2009, Samantha gave birth to their first daughter Holly, and a year later to their second daughter Ella. Their third daughter Harper Rose followed in 2012, and in 2013, Samantha gave birth to their son Alexandre. The family of six can often be seen attending red carpet events together – there are no rumors nor controversies surrounding Luke and Samantha’s marriage.
Samantha hasn’t talked about any men she might have dated before meeting Luke, and as of August 2020, she is married and has four children.
Hobbies and interests
Samantha’s favorite season is summer, as she enjoys laying at the beach and sun tanning her skin, while she is also keen on swimming and practicing surfing, which she isn’t very good at.
She is in love with colors which is why she likes autumn and rainbows.
Samantha is a huge lover of animals, and has been part of several charity events at which money was gathered for animal shelters – she is a supporter of the organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
She is keen on spending her free time in nature, and is raising her and Luke’s children outside of the city, as she believes it would be better for them to grow up closer to nature rather than to people.
Samantha watches movies in her spare time, and her favorite actor and actress are Russell Crowe and Natalie Portman, while her favorite movies are “Gladiator”, “A Good Year” and “V for Vendetta”.
Age and height
Samantha’s age is 40. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weighs around 130lbs (59kgs).
She doesn’t appear to have an independent income, but as of August 2020, her husband Luke’s net worth has been estimated at over $3 million.
Who is Luke Hemsworth?
Luke Hemsworth was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 5 November 1980 – his zodiac sign is Scorpio and he holds Australian nationality. He is an actor perhaps best known for having portrayed Nathan Tyson in 10 episodes of the Australian TV soap opera “Neighbours”, which currently stars Stefan Dennis, Alan Fletcher and Tom Oliver – the series follows the lives of people living in Erinsborough’s Ramsay Street, and has been airing since 1985, and today counts close to 9000 episodes.
Luke was raised alongside his younger brothers Chris and Liam – both actors today- by their mother Leonie who was an English teacher, and their father Craig who was a counselor and who mostly worked for social services.
Luke attended a local high school at which he became interested in acting, and upon matriculation enrolled at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, from which he graduated in 2002.
Luke launched his acting career with his role in the series “Neighbours” in 2001, and in 2003 appeared in the episode “Foster Horse: Part 1” of the Australian-Canadian children’s series “The Saddle Club”, then in two episodes of the police drama series “Blue Heelers” in 2004, and three episodes of the series “Last Man Standing” in 2005. Luke was then invited to guest star in a single episode of both the medical drama series “All Saints”, and the series “Satisfaction” before he appeared in another episode of “Neighbours” in 2008.
Some of his following roles were in the children’s series “The Elephant Princess”, the crime series “Carla Cametti PD”, and the drama series “Tangle” – some of his most recent appearances in series have been in “Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms” and the drama series “Winners & Losers” both in 2012, as well and the science fiction western series “Westworld”, in which he has been portraying the lead character Ashley Stubbs since 2016.
Luke made his debut film appearance in 2014, when he portrayed Detective Jason Pearson in the crime thriller movie “The Reckoning”, and in the same year portrayed Agent Richard Elkin in the British science fiction action movie “The Anomaly”, and Dylan Smith in the black comedy thriller film “Kill Me Three Times”.
He went on to appear in the science fiction movie “Infini” in 2015, and another science fiction film “The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One” in 2016, before he had his first lead role in movies, portraying Wild Bill Hickok in the American western film “Hickok”. He appeared as Thor in a play within the superhero movie “Thor: Ragnarok” in 2017, and some of his following appearances were in the science fiction movie “Encounter” in 2017, the thriller movie “River Runs Red” in 2017 as well (cameo), and in the fantasy movie “We Are Boats” in 2018. Luke’s most recent appearances in movies have been in the crime thriller film “Crypto” in 2019, and the horror movie “Death of Me” in 2020, while it has recently been announced that he will be portraying Robinson in the war movie “The 34th Battalion”, set to be released in the second half of 2020.