Luke Farrell Kirby born June 29, 1978 is an American-Canadian screen and stage actor. In 2019, he won a Primetime Emmy Award for his guest role as Lenny Bruce on the television series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
Lukе wеnt tо Сhаthаm Ѕоuth Ѕсhооl. Не lаtеr еnrоllеd аt Тhе Nаtіоnаl Тhеаtrе Ѕсhооl оf Саnаdа whісh іѕ а ѕсhооl ѕресіаlіzіng іn сlаѕѕісаl wоrk. Lukе wаѕ ѕtudуіng drаmа аnd hе grаduаtеd іn thе уеаr 2000.
For his role as a rickshaw driver by day and artist at night in 2012's Take This Waltz, he learned to pull a rickshaw and studied with portraitist Balint Zsako
Spent 15 hours in a pool to shoot an underwater sequence for Take This Waltz
Has taken classes in woodworking and painting watercolors.
Friends with Peter Wellington. Peter directed Luke in the TV show, Slings and Arrows (2003).
His parents are Americans who moved from New York City to Canada four years before Luke was born.
He has dual Canadian and US citizenship.
Has a sister.
Height : 6 Feet 1 Inches (1.85 m)
Weight : 77 kg (170 lbs)