Skyler is an actor and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. He is thrilled to be returning to Portland Center Stage! Skyler was most recently seen on stage in PCS’s production of RENT, where he was in the ensemble and understudied Roger, and Profile Theater’s How to Make an American Son, where he played Sean. His film and television credits include lead roles in James Franco’s Memoria, the film Sophie Jones (Showtime), and a recurring role on the TBS comedy Chad. The first short film Skyler wrote and produced, Julia, premiered at BendFilm Festival, and most recently screened at Hollyshorts Film Festival at the Chinese Dolby Theatre. The film was praised by rogerebert.com as a “galvanizing fact-based gem.” Skyler is currently in post production for his upcoming short film, Stretch, which will be his directorial debut. When he isn’t working in television, film, or the theater, he is teaching piano and guitar lessons. Skyler would like to thank PCS for the opportunity to return to their stage.
Skyler is a member of Actors' Equity Association.
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