Luke Goss is an actor who began his career with the famous boy band Bros in the 1980s, racking up thirteen hit singles in the UK and turning his autobiography I Owe You Nothing into a top 10 best-selling book in the process. After the band broke up in the 1990s, Goss began focusing more on acting, starting with stage musicals such as Grease. His first major movie role was as the villain in 2002’s Blade 2 – one of several sequels from prominent movie franchises starring Goss (the others being Hellboy II: The Golden Army and Death Race 2). Goss has also appeared in the films The Man, Cold and Dark, Tekken, 7 Below, and Interview with a Hitman, and played the creature in the Hallmark channel mini-series of Frankenstein. Luke Goss turns 44 today.