If you’re looking for the next big star, look no further! Born on December 17th in Rochester, Michigan, the beautiful actress/model Sheena “Skye” Hall is truly one of a kind. The daughter of former Detroit Lion Alvin Hall also inherited her father’s athletic skills. In fifth grade Skye received a certificate from the president for being one of the top ten athletic students in the nation. Her favorite sport was Track and field. After graduating Valencia Community College, Skye later pursued acting at the Lisa Maile School of acting and modeling where she received her acting certificate. This has allowed Skye to become the success that she is today.
After meeting with Skye and her publicist Trancey Wimbley, I realized the chemistry between them and their staff is key when it comes to handling business. Packed with personality both Skye and Trancey are quite fun to be around. The actress/model’s work ranges from from plays, short films, to music videos. Skye was recently presented a leading role in a feature film “Crystal Lake” in which production will take place early September of 2012. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in social work at the University of Central Florida. What’s even more fascinating than anything to myself is that Skye still has time to write poetry. Can it really get any better than this? Well I don’t think so, which goes to show that Skye’s the limit.
NuCentz: What’s the biggest challenge so far in your career?
Skye: Finding different locations to shoot videos and dealing with phony companies and their false advertisement. If you’re trying to do business with me, I strongly encourage that you be genuine in order to get things done.
NuCentz: Who is the number one inspiration throughout your success?
Skye: Most definitely my mother. She got everything started so none of this would be possible without her.
NuCentz: What are the pros and cons in modeling?
Skye: Networking, traveling, and seeing your work being broadcasted and people appreciating it. There’s nothing like the feeling of being recognized for all the hard work and effort you put into your craft. Some cons could be getting money together and working long hours. Shooting scenes over and over can take up a lot of time.
NuCentz: What would be some advice for those following in your footsteps?
Skye: Most importantly, never give up. Do whatever it is that you need to do in order to get better. Stay focused and determined. Last but not least, don’t be afraid to fight for what’s yours.
NuCentz: Hot question! What do you look for in a guy?
Skye: Well first, he has to understand my lifestyle. He has to have a car, be able to cook, and have a job. He needs to be romantic and funny. Above all he must love his mother dearly. ~ Interview by Ra’jatheking Williams