A Brief Biography And Interesting Life Facts About Oliver Hudson And Mike Lookinland.
Mike Lookinland is a former American Actor born on December 19th, 1960, in Mount Pleasant, Utah, the USA to Paul And Karen Lookinland. He has two siblings, Todd and Theresa Lookinland. Todd, his brother, grew up to become an actor too!
He began his acting career working in TV commercials. He made his first appearance in television and films in 1969. He became most famous for Bobby Brady in The Brady Bunch.
Oliver Hudson is also an American Actor and Producer. He was born on September 7th, 1976, in Los Angeles to singer Bill Hudson and actress Goldie Hawn.
Hudson made his acting debut in 1999 as Alan Clark in The Out-of-Towners, a comedy film and has since, played various roles in several films and television series such as Jeff Fordham in the ABC drama Nashville from 2013 to 2015.
Television And Film Career
Oliver Hudson moved to Los Angeles as a fresh college graduate and worked as a production assistant on the set of Executive Decision in 1996. Both Oliver and Mike have shown immense love for this field of work.
Where Mike worked his way up in the world starting with TV commercials and making his way into the film industry in 1969, Oliver Hudson bagged consecutive roles in movies like The Out of Towners in 1999 and the Smokers in the Smokers in 2000. He also played a role in Going Greek, 2001 and New Best Friend, 2002.
Hudson’s biggest role was in CBS’s sitcom Rules Of Engagement (2007-2013). Lookinland, however, slowed down on acting after 1990 and focused on a new career as a cameraman and worked on films like Halloween 5. Throughout the 1990’s, Mike Lookinland worked on films and TV shows like The Stand, Roswell, The Rage and Parallel Lives.
Awards And Accomplishments
In his whole career, Mike Lookinland has only won one award- The TV Land Pop Culture Award For The Brady Bunch.
Oliver Hudson has won the Teens Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Comedy for the film Going Greek, in 2001.