Skyler Samuels Bio, Age, Career, Hot, Instagram, Movies and TV Shows

Skyler Samuels Biography

Skyler Samuels (Skyler Rose Samuels) is an American actress and model, best known for her roles in the television series The Gates, The Nine Lives of Chloe King, Scream Queens, and The Gifted.

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Skyler Samuels Age

Samuels was born on April 14, 1994, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. She is 24 years old as of 2018.

Skyler Samuels Actor

Samuels had a recurring role as Gertrude “Gigi” Hollingsworth in Wizards of Waverly Place on Disney Channel. She also played the child celebrity Ashley Blake on the Drake and Josh episode “Little Diva”. She also appeared in the films The Stepfather in 2009 and Furry Vengeance in 2010. She also starred in two series which were cancelled in their first season: the ABC series The Gates as Andie Bates and the ABC Family series The Nine Lives of Chloe King, in which she played Chloe.

Samuels next appeared in the recurring role of Bonnie Lipton in the season four of the FX horror series American Horror Story which she co-starred with Mae Whitman and Bella Thorne in the high school comedy film The DUFF (2015). She played a leading role in season one of the FOX horror-comedy series Scream Queens (2017). She also portrays a recurring role as all three Frost sisters (the Stepford Cuckoos) in the X-Men-based FOX television series The Gifted.

Skyler Samuels Movies

Junior Pilot
Mary Jo
The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend
Young Super Hot Girl
A Host of Trouble
The Stepfather
Beth Harding
Furry Vengeance
Helicopter Mom
Jess Harris
The Last Virgin in LA
Public Disturbance
Sharon 1.2.3.
Sharon #3
Spare Room

Skyler Samuels Tv Shows

Drake & Josh
Ashley Blake
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
That’s So Raven
Chrissy Collins
Love, Inc.
Wizards of Waverly Place
Gigi Hollingsworth
Bless This Mess
The Gates
Andie Bates
The Nine Lives of Chloe King
Chloe King
Bird Benson
American Horror Story: Freak Show
Bonnie Lipton
Scream Queens
Grace Gardner
The Gifted
The Frost sisters (Esme, Sophie and Phoebe)

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Skyler Samuels Interview

How do you feel now that the finale has aired?

It was really a very fun, bitter sweet evening. I was watching Twitter explode–I always follow the live tweets of the show because they’re so crazy and hilarious because people are writing as they’re watching the show in real time. I’m like texting everyone I know, and they’re like ‘No, we don’t know who [the killer] is!’ It could be any one of us. It’s now going to be my mission before the end of this calendar year to figure out who’s the killer in the last scene. I have to know!

Now that you’re all done, what’s your favorite memory with the cast?

I’m definitely not shy of discussing my childhood love of Nick Jonas [who plays Boone]. I’m not shy about it at all. We haven’t talked about it in person, because I kind of chickened out and tried to keep my cool while he was on set. Like [lowers voice], “Yo Nick, what’s up. Cool. Cool.” The 12 year old inside of me was doing backflips. I was like, “Oh my god I’m talking to Nick Jonas!” I was so excited. During the “Ghost Stories” episode when Boone comes back and he dresses like Joaquin Phoenix, totally crazy. There’s this scene where Keke [Palmer] and I have to tackle him. So, we’re trying to pull on his arms and have this fake fight. I was making these crazy sounds like HUAH-HEGH-HUH and he broke out laughing so hard. Nick has a great poker face, it’s very had for him to break. But, he just burst out laughing and I’m so proud I made Nick Jonas laugh. It was like the crowning moment of my middle school life, but much later in life.

How has getting cast in Scream Queens changed your life?

Scream Queens was a big, sensational show. There’s nothing subtle about a Ryan Murphy show and I love that. It’s a big crazy production. It’s always got these really well developed, slightly cooky, sort of off kilter characters and he really creates a world. They exist sort of in their own universe which I just love and it was so much fun to be a part of. It definitely opened my eyes to be a part of something so big and sensational. I’d say my life is pretty normal day to day, although strangers have come up to me like, “Dude, who the hell is the killer? I have to know!” And if you don’t watch Scream Queens, out of context that exchange is super confusing in public.

You must’ve gained a lot of new fans.

I have to say the fan interaction from the show is probably my favorite part. It was really nice to connect with people week to week and interacting via Twitter and Instagram and having a real time conversation with people. I liked seeing how they comment on our pop culture references and the mockery we make of sororities, people giving their feedback on that was really special and cool. It’s hard to connect with the audience sometimes, but Scream Queens got me as close as I could get and that was a really wonderful experience.

What do you think about the way media portrays female friendship?

TV shows always pit girls against each other, there’s always a nemesis. You have all these archetypes and stereotypes that you’re used to seeing on TV, particularly on a show that caters to young people the way Scream Queens does. And what I love about Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan, our creators, is they’re so in tune with what’s actually happening in real pop culture. They’re not sugar coating some kind of dynamic that doesn’t really exist in real life. They know exactly what’s going on in female life. They know how people are talking. So, what I love is that on Scream Queens it isn’t black and white: who’s the bad guy, who’s the good guy, who’s the mean girl, who’s the good girl. In real life, people are so complicated. It’s even more complicated that in real life. People aren’t just one thing. They’re layered.

How did Scream Queens tell a different story?

I love that everyone on Scream Queens has a moment where they are the hero and they are the villain. That is absolutely true of Chanel and that is absolutely true of Grace who, in theory, couldn’t be more different but at the same team, traverse the same struggles of being tempted by evil, but also stepping up to the plate and doing the right thing and helping out their sisters. I think the Chanels all grow throughout the course of the show and they rely on each other. I think as far as Grace and Zaday, they oppose everything Chanel stands for, but then I think Chanel comes to terms with the fact that we’re not threatening her empire. We are all working together. I think it’s nice to see that evolve in a realistic way. There’s not a sappy hug and make up moment. It just happens sort of quietly over time, which I think is real life.

You took some time off from studying at Stanford to film Scream Queens. Now that the show’s a hit, do you think you’ll still be going back, or acting full-time?

I’m still think of myself as a student first, then actor. When I had to take a semester off school to film this show, I sort of had to realize that I’m totally an overachiever, a do-a-million-things-at-one-time kind of girl. Then I was like, ok, wait, I might be an overachiever but I’m still a human being. So, I put everything I had into Scream Queens and it was incredible, and now I’m actually packing my bags and getting ready to go back to school in January. Ironically, I think I can still graduate on time in June of this year. Hopefully. I’m getting my degree one way or another–that’s definitely not changing.

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