The American actress Skyler Samuels has gained international fame and success through her performances in various television series like The Gates, Wizards of Waverly Place and Scream Queens. Born on April 14, 1994, the daughter of U.S. Marshal Scott and producer Kathy Samuels started her professional career 2004 with a guest appearance in TV series Drake & Josh and after landing a few more guest roles, Skyler’s first notable work came in the form of her recurring role in Wizards of Waverly. She gained further success in her acting career after landing the main role in 2010 series The Gates which has been followed by her work in popular series like The Nine Lives of Chloe Kind and Scream Queens. Along with her work over television, Skyler Samuels has also landed roles in a few films as well including The Stepfather, Furry Vengeance and The Duff. While in her personal life, the actress dated actor Keegan Allen for about one year.
Skyler Samuels Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Skyler Rose Samuels
- Nicknames: Skye, Sky
- Date of Birth: April 14, 1994
- Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
- Occupation: Actress
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Eye Color: Blue
- Hair Color: Blonde
Skyler Samuels Family Details:
- Father: Scott Samuels (U.S. marshal)
- Mother: Kathy Samuels (Producer)
- Siblings: Heather (Sister), Cody, Harrison and Jack (Brothers)
- Spouse: Unmarried
- Children: None
Skyler Samuels Career Highlights:
- First Film: A Host of Trouble (2005)
- First TV Show: Drake & Josh (2004)
Skyler Samuels Body Measurements:
The complete actress Skyler Samuels body measurements information is listed below including her weight, height, bra cup, dress, shoe, waist, hip, bust size and vital statistics.
- Height: 5′ 6″ (168 cm)
- Weight: 53 kg (117 pounds)
- Bra Size: 30B
- Shoe Size: 8 (US)
- Dress Size: 2 (US)
- Body Measurements: 32-23-33
Skyler Samuels Interesting Facts:
- Skyler along with her whole family appeared in a Pizza Hut commercial.
- The actress started her professional career at the age of 10.
- She became a junior correspondent for Access Hollywood at the age of eight.