November 29, 2022

Brandon Sklenar Biography, Age, Family, Education, Films and Interview

Brandon Sklenar Biography

Brandon Sklenar is an American actor, born and raised in New Jersey. Sklenar is best known for his roles in Backseat and Mapplethorpe. He also appeared in the television series Dating Rules from My Future Self, in the film Chance in 2014, and the NBC comedy series Truth Be Told in 2015.

Brandon Sklenar Age

Sklenar’s exact date of birth is not yet updated.

Brandon Sklenar Family

Sklenar is a son of Bruce Feakins and Francine Sklenar. Although, his parents divorced while he was at his young age.

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Education

Sklenar attended school in Newton, NJ, and Hopatcong, NJ. He then graduated from Hackettstown High School, he later joined the County College of Morris before dropping out and moved to Los Angeles and pursued a career in acting.

Height

Sklenar is approximately 1.88 m.

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Brandon Sklenar Career

Sklenar made his professional film debut in the 2011 film Cornered. The afterward year, he appeared in the television alternation Dating Rules from My Future Self. He again appeared in the blur Chance in 2014, the NBC ball alternation Truth Be Told in 2015, the films Hunky Dory and Bella Donna, and the television alternation Fall into Me in 2016, and the American-Japanese abhorrence blur Temple and the Fox ball alternation New Girl in 2017.

Still, he was again cast as Edward Mapplethorpe in the 2018 biographical ball blur Mapplethorpe, which follows the activity of New York columnist Robert Mapplethorpe. It screened at Tribeca Film Festival in 2018 where it was called a Runner-up in the U.S. Narrative Competition section. Accordingly, Sklenar accustomed absolute analytical acclamation from assorted media outlets for his achievement in Mapplethorpe, including from Boy Culture who accepted him for “[having] best appulse in [his] psychologically answerable scenes with [Matt] Smith” and Screen Daily who said:

“As the brother and columnist Edward Mapplethorpe, who Robert [Mapplethorpe] affected to change his name, Brandon Sklenar is a brittle mix of awe and fear.”

The Blurs

Furthermore, he appeared in the 2018 biographical ball blur Vice, adverse Amy Adams, Steve Carell, Christian Bale, and Sam Rockwell. The blur explores the activity of baby-kisser Dick Cheney and is directed by Academy Award-winner Adam McKay. Sklenar will arise in Amir Naderi’s accessible blur Magic Lantern, in accession to films The Last Room and Glass Jaw. In June 2018, Sklenar was as well cast in the absolute ball blur Indigo Valley, which is based on administrator Jaclyn’s Bethany’s abbreviate blur of the aforementioned name. That aforementioned year, Sklenar was casting in an advanced role in London Calling, a noir abomination abstruseness that weaves the British bandit brand with the American western, adverse Ron Perlman, Malcolm McDowell, Nicholas Braun, and Leven Rambin.

Sklenar is currently filming Roland Emmerich’s Midway for Lionsgate with Woody Harrelson, Luke Evans, and Patrick Wilson. In addition, Sklenar will portray George H. Gay Jr., who was the sole survivor of the 30 aircrews that alternate in the cardinal Battle of Midway during WW2.

Up next is a starring role in Jonesin’ – a abomination escapade about a country boy who, afterwards a case of mistaken identity, gets abducted and finds himself stuck in the city (and way out of his depth) between two rival gangs.

Brandon Sklenar Filmography

Films

Year

Title

Role

2011

Cornered

Club Patron

2014

Chance

Actor

2016

Hunky Dory

Virgil

Bella Donna

Man

2017

Temple

James

2018

Mapplethorpe

Edward Mapplethorpe

Backseat

Bobby Prentace

Magic Lantern

Austin

2019

Midway

George Gay

2019

Jonesin’

Deke Jones

 Television

Year

Title

Role

2012

Dating Rules from My Future Self

Bar Guy

2015

Truth Be Told

Neil

2016

Fall into Me

Ryan

2017

New Girl

Loner

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