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Entertainment Luke Goss enjoyed getting 'hit on' by Dame Joan Collins

17:15  27 november  2020
17:15  27 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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image captionLuke Goss stars with Dame Joan Collins in The Loss Adjuster. A new Christmas film sees actor and former Bros heartthrob Luke Goss play a man Indeed, just about the only good thing to happen to poor Martin on his way to rock bottom is being hit on by Dame Joan 's glamorous widow.

Luke Goss , Actor: Hellboy II: The Golden Army. Luke Goss started his acting career playing 'Danny Zuko' in the smash hit musical Grease, on London's West End, and later toured with the production throughout the United Kingdom. He established himself as a screen actor in 2002 with performances

Luke Goss enjoyed getting "hit on" by Dame Joan Collins in 'The Loss Adjuster'.

Matt Goss wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Luke Goss © Bang Showbiz Luke Goss

The 52-year-old star plays insurance assessor Martin Dyer in the Christmas film. His character hits rock bottom in the motion picture but Joan's glamorous widow takes a shine to him.

Luke said: "Listen, any man who doesn't want to get hit on by Dame Joan Collins is a fool. She's beautiful and she's so professional."

Luke – who found fame brother Matt in the 1980s pop band Bros – feels that the movie combines "dark comedy" with an uplifting story.

He explained: "(The film is) a dark comedy in some ways. But I know how that feels, as most men do, where they've gone to that point where there's that moment of crisis within their own prowess, financially or in their work or whatever, and it's a moment of reinvention."

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Screen can reveal a first-look image of Joan Collins and Luke Goss in ‘The Loss Adjuster’, which the UK’s Pink Flamingo Films is introducing to buyers Goss plays an insurance man whose wife leaves him a week before Christmas after their finances hit rock bottom. But he is presented with a chance to

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Goss also believes that the uplifting elements of the film, which also stars Kym Marsh, Martin Kemp and Lorna Fitzgerald, are "needed" amid the backdrop of the COVID-19 crisis.

He said: "It's a movie about, by standing a little taller, having some self-belief and being very candid in regards of wanting to be an authentic self, you can find a victory or two, and I think that might be needed right now."

Luke – whose previous credits include 'Blade II' and 'Hellboy II: The Golden Army' – explained that it was important for his character to express his emotions on screen.

He told the BBC: "Some of the roles I've done have involved such a lot of tears. I think it's very important to show tears in a man because we do cry, and one can also recover."

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