Luke Kenny is an Indian origin actor, VJ, a critic and a director who was born in Calcutta. He was 3 months old when they moved to Mumbai. His family is a combination of many cultures as his parents were Bengali, and Great-Grandfathers were Irish. He attended a private school in Mumbai then after school, Kenny enlisted at Elphinstone College. However, at that point, he needed to leave his school training in the halfway due to his genuineness of seeking after with music and culture.
He at first dropped out of school to assume the part of Jesus Christ in a melodic understanding of The Passion of the Christ. He was additionally a vocalist with a stone band called Greek. In 1995 he turned into India's only Indian male VJ which was aired on Channel V. In 1997, Kenny played out a minor part in Kaizad Gustad's motion picture, Bombay Boys, playing the pioneer of a stone band. In 1998, he turned into the head of music programming and craftsman relations for Channel V, he served on the same post till 2008. He successfully played the character of Rob, a keyboardist; in the Hindi film Rock On which was coordinated by Abhishek Kapoor.
He composes a week after week music segment in the Hindustan Times supplements HT Cafe, which seems each Friday. It is called If I May Say So. He as of late marked on as contributing editorial manager for Rolling Stone India, composing a segment called Luke Box, and an unrecorded music segment called Gig-A-Bites. In July 2008, Luke set up together a band to pay tribute to Jim Morrison and the music of The Doors. The show was held at the Blue Frog in Mumbai.