Luke Davies



Luke is a Welsh speaking presenter and actor with experience in television, audio and live events with the BBC, ITV and S4C.

As one of Wales Online’s ’13 showbiz ones to watch in 2024’, Luke recently finished filming for the new S4C crime drama ‘The One That Got Away/Cleddau’, can currently be seen in the latest series of S4C’s ‘Chwarter Call’, and a couple of adverts on ITV and S4C.

He is also the official presenter of the Scarlets rugby team and a face of the SOUND/IAWN Welsh Government campaign that explores positive masculinity and healthy relationships.

In the last couple years, Luke was a presenter for ‘FYI Extra’ on ITV, as well as the UK wide BBC ‘Share Your Story’ 100 years celebrations. He also worked in local television where he led a team of reporters through the Covid-19 lockdown, as well as write, film, present and edit thousands of various pieces during his five years at the station.

Luke is no stranger to live events either. As well as announcing the Scarlets, he has hosted UEFA football matches, ‘The Hundred’ cricket tournament, WRU rugby finals at the Principality Stadium, T20 Cricket, Hockey World Cups and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in front of thousands of people.

In audio, Luke was a pundit for ‘The Hayley Pearce Podcast’ on BBC Sounds and has recently played a number of characters for the Welsh language cartoon ‘Ffrindiau LEGO’ on S4C.

Over the years, you may have spotted Luke on social media too. He played Liam on the ‘Hansh’ comedy ‘Mae Llefydd Gwaeth I Farw’, regularly creates historical & factual content for Titkok/Instagram, and was one of the actors for the comedy platform ‘BBC Sesh’ with his videos reaching millions of viewers.

Represented by Geraint Hardy