Australian Survivor star Luke Toki, 35, reveals his VERY surprising career change

Australian Survivor star and Big Brother winner Luke Toki, 35, reveals his VERY surprising career change

He has made a name for himself starring on Big Brother Australia and Australian Survivor

But Luke Toki has revealed a surprising new career change. 

The 35-year-old explained he’s stepping away from the cameras and is now a real estate agent in his hometown of Perth.

Australian Survivor star and Big Brother winner Luke Toki, 35, has revealed he is now working as a real estate agent

Australian Survivor star and Big Brother winner Luke Toki, 35, has revealed he is now working as a real estate agent

‘Going once, going twice, SOLD,’ Luke’s wrote in an Instagram post. 

‘I am now a real estate agent, not a mode as this photo may confuse you,’ he wrote underneath a picture of himself in a suit and aviator shades. 

‘When you are ready to list your property, wouldn’t you want it in the hands of the “Michael Jordan of sales,” the “Dwayne Johnson of open homes,” and the “Elvis Presley of auctions.”

'When you are ready to list your property, wouldn't you want it in the hands of the "Michael Jordan of sales," the "Dwayne Johnson of open homes," and the "Elvis Presley of auctions," he said

‘When you are ready to list your property, wouldn’t you want it in the hands of the “Michael Jordan of sales,” the “Dwayne Johnson of open homes,” and the “Elvis Presley of auctions,” he said

‘All aboard the hot property express, haha,’ he added. 

‘Well done brother,’ fellow Survivor star Locky Gilbert commented underneath.

‘And a year later, almost exactly, he did exactly what he said he was going to do,’ Imogen Anthony remarked. 

Luke appeared on Australian Survivor in both 2017 and 2019.

Luke appeared on Australian Survivor in both 2017 and 2019

Luke appeared on Australian Survivor in both 2017 and 2019

He won Big Brother VIP last year, taking home the $100,000 prizemoney. 

Luke won $100,000 for his chosen charity the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Research – a cause which is close to his heart.

His two eldest boys, Lennox, and Nate, eight, suffer from autism, while his youngest daughter, two-year-old Madeline, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis shortly after being born.

Upon hearing the news of his win, Luke said: ‘It’s so great that I now get to go back to Perth Children’s Hospital with a big stack of cash.’

He won Big Brother VIP last year, taking home the $100,000 prizemoney

He won Big Brother VIP last year, taking home the $100,000 prizemoney

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