Isaac Luy is an actor originally from Caracas, Venezuela. He started performing when he was 14 years old with “Grupo Teatral Skena”, a theatre company with more than 35 years of history in Venezuela. Back home he performed in theatre, radio and television, on over 15 different productions.
As a clown he has trained with some of the most amazing teachers in the world. In France he trained with the late Carlo Colombaioni; in Spain he worked with Jango Edwards and The Rebel Clown Army; in Montreal with Francine Côté, James Keylon and in Toronto with Sue Morrison.
Since 2010 he has been actively involved in the clown scene in Toronto, perfoming several occasions in all the mayor venues: “Red Nose District”, “Lunacy Cabaret”, “Toronto Festival of Clowns”, “The Foolish Cabaret” and “Casa Loma: Carnivale”.
His passion for the figure of the clown has lead him to dedicate full time to the study and exploration of the art form, in the hopes of one day becoming a clown teacher too.