LUKE MARCUS ROSEN
is an American actor and filmmaker working in New York City.
Ever since Luke was little, he always loved to entertain an audience. At 10 years old he took the stage at the Kaufman Center, performing musical theater. At 11, Luke was exposed to the world of voiceover, becoming a regular at companies like Full House Productions and CitiVox LLC for his work on ESL Projects and Hasbro toy commercials, along with Razor & Tie for his voice work on "Kidz Bop" albums.
By 15, Luke discovered a love for film and television. He appeared in a number of short films, worked with Nickelodeon on numerous occasions and lent his voice to feature films such as "A Serious Man" and "Dear John."
Luke has had the privilege of working with the late Elaine Stritch, the Coen Brothers, Grammy Award winners Ulysses Owens Jr. and Laurence Hobgood, Lasse Holstrom, Ice-T and Richard Belzer to name a few. Luke graduated from the Professional Children’s School in 2013 and is currently studying at the New School. Luke recently finished working on two feature films; Disconnect and Innocence, and you can also catch him on Law and Order: SVU every so often. Luke's wildest dream is to work with Quentin Tarantino.