Luke
Smith (Luc
Skies)

Actor and writer. 

Luke studied Performing Arts at the college of North West London and has since studied and practiced a combination of Stanislavski method acting, Brecht, and Improvisation. He has played theatrical roles such as Shere Khan in The Jungle Book, and the lead role of Ode Wale in The Gods Are Not To Blame, an adaption of the Greek Oedipus Story.

Luke began writing and recording music from the age of 16. At 18 he had toured the UK, as well as performing overseas, having being featured on Rnb singer, Nio’s single entitled Do you think your special. He has performed live in front of 30,000 people at T4 On the Beach which was also televised. He then went on to continue making music independently, releasing a string of mixtapes, an EP and an album under the name of Luc Skyz. He started song writing for popular comedy/musical series The 4o’clock Club on CBBC, in which he has also made acting appearances as character B-mode. Luke was nominated for writing at the Childrens Bafta’s and the North West Royal Television awards in 2017.