Griffin Gluck stars as Luke Chambers, Megan's lifelong best friend from a prominent family, in season two of the highly anticipated Freeform anthology series "Cruel Summer."
Gluck is among Hollywood's young actors to watch. His big break came in 2011 when he was chosen for the role of Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler's son in "Just Go with It," for which he received a Young Artist Award nomination. In 2019, he starred in the comedy "Big Time Adolescence," alongside Pete Davidson and Sydney Sweeney. Gluck just finished his second season as a series regular on the Netflix series "Locke & Key." He stars in the Netflix original comedy "Tall Girl" as Jack Dunkleman. In 2021, he finished his work on an upcoming feature "Time Cut," where he plays the role of Quinn.
Previously, Gluck starred as Sam Ecklund in two seasons of Netflix's true-crime satire "American Vandal." The Peabody Award-winning limited series received broad critical acclaim, including a Writers Guild nomination for Best New Series, a Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Limited Series and a Primetime Emmy® Award nomination for Outstanding Writing.
Gluck has acquired an impressive collection of credits in both film and television and has worked with some of the most well-known names in entertainment. From working with a stellar cast in Shonda Rhimes' "Private Practice" to working with Oscar®-winner Octavia Spencer in "Red Band Society" to his lead role in ABC's "Back in the Game" alongside James Caan, Gluck has showcased an impressive versatility doing both drama and comedy.
On the silver screen, Gluck starred as Rafe Khatchadorian in "Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life," based on The New York Times No. 1 bestselling book of the same name by James Patterson. Gluck also starred in the holiday comedy "Why Him" from director and co-writer John Hamburg, where he played Bryan Cranston's onscreen son.
Additional feature film credits include "Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant," "Trust Me" directed by Clark Gregg, and "Just Before I Go" directed by Courteney Cox.
Gluck also has an extensive background in television, including guest roles in FOX's hit comedy "The Mick," CBS' "Man With a Plan," NBC's "About a Boy" and HBO's "Silicon Valley," where his role as Adderall Boy went viral.