Ken Luckey WILL
Ken Luckey stars in NBC's "Coastal Dreams" as Will.
Luckey started acting in elementary school in Dallas, Texas, and even had an agent in Dallas, but decided to follow his dream to move to Los Angeles. In August 2003, at the age of 18, and with $200 in his pocket, he moved west and landed his first professional job on "General Hospital."
When Luckey first arrived in Los Angeles he studied with Ivana Chubbuck, worked with the Groundlings, and was the youngest performer at the "Improv Olympic." He has also studied with Patrick Malone at the Actor's Spot, and is currently taking scene study classes with Cameron Thor.
Luckey's credits include the feature film "Marsten Manor," as well as television's "Cold Case," "House," "Las Vegas," "Over There," "E-Ring" and the recent pilot, "Women's Murder Club."
Luckey also volunteers his time for charities, including "The Deaf West Theatre," which supports the deaf arts, and environmental groups such as Greenpeace. When he is not on set, he can be found in a football game with his buddies, practicing yoga, hiking, playing tennis or a game of Texas Hold'em.