Luuk Ikink is Dutch broadcaster and a television personality. He is famous for his appearance in the television shows De TV kantine, RTL Late Night, and 49e Gouden Televizier-Ring Gala.
Luuk Ikink was born in 1983, Oldenzaal, the Netherlands on January 13 under the birth sign Capricorn and holds the Dutch nationality.
Regarding his educational background, he attended at Windesheim Christian University and studied journalism. At the same time, Ikink was working as an intern at the NCRV for 3FM program BuZz, later Bring It On!. Then, he was offered an editorial job after completing his internship.
Luuk Ikink is a married man. He tied the knot to his now-wife Simone Wijnands in an intimate wedding ceremony.
The couple shares a child together; a son Lieuwe Ikink. The family of three shares a close bond which we can witness via his Instagram.
Working as a broadcaster Luuk Ikink is currently enjoying a net worth in around million. He earns a good fortune from his career. An average salary of a broadcaster is $42,010 per year so, he might be receiving a similar amount.
Ikink began his professional career as an enthusiast with the Twentel channel Twickelsta FM. He also worked as a producer for Marc de Hond at Caz. Well, in the year 2007, he switched to BNN and supported Timor Perlin in editing, production, and direction of the Radio 1 travel program Road along with Road with BNN.
Lukk gained popularity after serving in the BNN Today program. The star is also famous for his TV program De TV Kantine in 2009. Additionally, 49e Gouden Televizier-Ring Gala and RTL Late Night are also his notable television shows.
Luuk won the Philip Bloemendal Prize, an incentive prize for talented radio and TV makers in 2012. Again in 2014 and 2015, he was nominated for the Televizier Ring in the Talent Award category.