Skyler creates in a variety of ways, ranging from poetry to music to filmmaking to acting. He seeks to challenge society’s preconceptions of how art is to be used — exchanging entertainment for medicine, an artifact, or a meditation. By using his artistic process as a pathway towards his own personal healing, Skyler hopes to help audiences see the world in a new light and find beauty in unlikely places. Skyler is thrilled to be joining his first production at PCS. His film and television credits include lead roles in James Franco’s Memoria and the film Sophie Jones (currently on Showtime, Best Feature Film winner at Americana Film Festival), and a recurring role on seasons one and two of the TBS comedy Chad. On the stage, he was last seen as Zach in Lyon Theatre’s production of Tigers Be Still. Other favorite stage roles have included Pippin from Pippin, Frank Abagnale Jr. from Catch Me If You Can, and J. Pierpont Finch from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Skyler is a member of Actors' Equity Association.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
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