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Derek Luke stars in "Captain America: The First Avenger," opposite Chris Evans and Tommy Lee Jones, as Gabe Jones.
Luke earned several awards and accolades for his performance, including a Black Derek Luke Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Derek Luke Lions for Lambs (2007) Derek Luke and Margo Martindale The Americans Derek Luke and Kevin Rankin Trauma Derek Luke, Keira Knightley and Steve Carell Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Reel Award for Best Actor, and an Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead.Luke's next project, "Glory Road," opened in the number one slot in the box office on opening weekend.The film, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer for Disney, Luke starred as a basketball player in this true story dealing with the events leading to the 1966 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship, in which Texas Western College (now the University of Texas at El Paso) head coach Don Haskins guided a team with an all-black starting lineup, a first in NCAA history.In late 2006, Luke co-starred with Tim Robbins in "Catch a Fire" for director Phillip Noyce.He also earned a BET Award in 2003 for Favorite Actor.In September 2009, Luke made his television debut starring as paramedic Cameron Boone in NBC's ensemble drama series, "Trauma." Following the success of "Antwone Fisher," in 2003, Luke co-starred in a number of diverse film roles.
Luke starred alongside Laurence Fishburne in "Biker Boyz," where Luke portrayed a motorcycle drag-racing prodigy who threatens to de-throne the undefeated 'King of Cali' (Fishburne) for title of best racer.
Shortly thereafter, in the critically acclaimed, independent film "Pieces of April," Luke starred as Katie Holmes' loyal boyfriend Bobby, whose efforts to find a suit so he could make a good impression on his girlfriend's relatives was one of three Thanksgiving day journeys told in the movie.
Directed by Peter Hedges ("About a Boy"), "Pieces of April" was distributed by United Artists. film, Luke portrayed a Marine Corps trainee who is recruited to recover the kidnapped daughter of the President of the United States.
In 2004, Luke was tapped by director David Mamet for a starring role in the political thriller "Spartan," alongside Val Kilmer and William H. In October 2004, Luke starred as James "Boobie" Miles in "Friday Night Lights," a film directed by Peter Berg and produced by Brian Grazer.
Set in a small, Texas town where high school football is the best chance for a college scholarship, the film chronicles a team, coached by Gary Gaines (Billy Bob Thorton), whose chances of a championship are jeopardized when star player Boobie Miles is seriously injured.
The popularity of the movie spawned the NBC television series of the same name.