Actor Luke Carroll, and his partner Danica Sarno, welcomed their first child on January 1, and have named their son Enzo Jett. Enzo Carroll was born at the Royal Hospital for Women in Randwick about 12.40 am, making him Sydney’s first baby for 2014. Luke also has a teenaged son named Marley from a previous relationship.
Luke started out in guest roles on television shows such as Lift Off and Ocean Girl, before finding fame in the 2002 film Australian Rules, where he played the Aboriginal star of an AFL team. Since then he has regular roles on television, including Home and Away, and appeared in other films, including The Alice and Stoned Bros. He co-hosted a travel show for SBS with Cathy Freeman called Going Bush and hosted the 2009 Indigenous award show, The Deadlys. Currently he is a presenter on children’s show Playschool, and is rehearsing for a new play called Black Diggers.
Danica grew up in Randwick, as did Luke, with both attending schools in the area. She has been a camp counsellor in California.