Luke Andrew Kruntchev is an American child actor best known for playing Harrison Morgan on the American crime drama mystery television series ‘Dexter’ for over 25 episodes.
Early Life of Luke Andrew Kruntchev
Luke Andrew was born in the United States on March 28, 2009, to parents whose identities have not yet been revealed. Similarly, there is little information about his familial past, but it is known that he was born and reared with his twin brother, Evan George Kruntchev, who is also a child actor and frequently shares roles with his brother.
Aside from that, Luke Andrew Kruntchev is 12 years old and belongs to the Aries zodiac sign. At this time, there is no information known on Luke’s educational background or qualifications. However, it is presumed that he is still in high school and attending a local American school.
What is the Net Worth of Luke Andrew Kruntchev?
Luke makes the most of his money from his professional acting career, and his net worth is believed to be over $200,000 as of 2021.
What is the Relationship of Luke Andrew Kruntchev?
Luke Andrew Kruntchev is still a young man who has yet to start his own life. Through images that have appeared on the internet, he appears to have a close relationship with his parents and brother.
The career of Luke Andrew Kruntchev
Luke made his acting debut in the entertainment industry in 2011 when he was cast in the part of Boyd on the comedy television series ‘Last Man Standing’ for a total of eight episodes. Jack Burditt directed the series, and he starred in it from 2011 to 2012. Following this, he portrayed the recurring part of Harrison Morgan on the American crime drama mystery television series ‘Dexter’ for a total of 29 episodes ( Starring Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, David Zayas, Lauren Velez, James Remar, Julie Benz, Geoff Pierson, Aimee Garcia, John Lithgow, Julia Stiles, Jaime Murray, and other stars).
From 2010 to 2012, he shared this duty with his brother for two years. His most recent work was in the romantic drama television series ‘Days of Our Lives‘ from 2013 to 2015, when he played Parker Jonas for a total of 46 episodes.