As well as writing various shows on TV and Radio (BBC Radio 4's "The World as We Know It", "Losers" etc) , Luke Sorba is an actor and comedian who specializes in improvisation. He used improvisation techniques to tell the story of "Consuelo's Feet". Thus he follows in the tradition of fellow members of his Theatre Improvisation Company "Spontaneous Combustion" who have taken up writing full time: the novelists Stella DUffy and Jake Arnott and playwright / screenwriter Patrick Marber.
He now combines a career performing and teaching - which has taken him from Miami to Melbourne, Beirut to Barbados, Dublin to Dubai, Toronto to Thailand - with one in politics that keeps him firmly in Lewisham, London.
Luke is also the author of "Dead Man Talking - Famous Last Words of F.C. Naylor"