Skylar Ezell is an ‘openly Black’ comedy and sci-fi writer/storyteller currently fighting traffic on the 405 in Los Angeles, CA. Hailing from Panama City, FL, Skylar is a Southern-bred military brat who went from near high school dropout to first-generation college graduate like in one of those inspirational movies that come on Sundays on BET (cue ‘Hopeful’ by Twista and Faith Evans).
As a kid, Skylar was (and still is) an introvert who loved writing short stories, scripts, and fanfiction in his trusty 5-subject notebook. Those storytelling skills have helped him build a corporate communications career that includes some of the country’s biggest brands like AT&T, MGM Resorts International, and more. As a freelance journalist for outlets like Black Nerd Problems and Parlé Magazine, he’s covered entertainment news, pop culture, and US politics. Now this proud Georgia State alum is pouring his unique experiences and background into his writing and filmmaking career.
Currently, Skylar’s greatest claim to fame is beating not one, but two City of Inglewood parking tickets without ever heading to court. But one day he hopes to be known as an author, screenwriter, and filmmaker who made the world just a tiny bit better, and brought audiences together through our shared human experience.
You can find Skylar and all his nonsense on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube with the handle, @Skylar_Writer, or visit his website at .