The 42cast Episode 105: The Skyler Samuels Interview

Frost Sisters

The 42cast is proud to welcome Skyler Samuels for an interview. In this episode, Nathan sits down to talk with Skyler about her beginning in acting and the pressures and positives of being a child star. They discuss The Nine Lives of Chloe King, what Skyler enjoyed about the role, how she feels about the series now, and ask the all-important Team Brian or Team Alek question. They also do a deep dive on The Gifted. Skyler talks about the cast and crew and how well they all geled together. Nathan asks her about the X-Men franchise and how she feels about her place in it. They also get into the technicalities of an actress duplicating herself and end up geeking out about Orphan Black. They also discuss their mutual love of dogs and Skyler talks about dog rescue and how the Gifted cast and crew were all dog lovers. They also talk about the possibility of The Gifted cast ever getting together to do a virtual panel and Nathan receives a surprise endorsement. Skyler finishes by talking about one of her upcoming projects.

As this is an interview episode there is no five-minute controversy.

Show Notes:
The Nine Lives of Chloe King on Freeform

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