Hollywood World: What do you love about the role that you are currently playing?
Kitiya Skye: On “Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks” (premiering on TruTV Wednesday Jan 3, 2018) I play a character that is really fun, crazy and free! The role gives me permission to really let go and have fun!
Hollywood World: What makes a good scene partner?
Kitiya Skye: I love working with people who take risks because it makes me feel like I can too without being judged. Some say that the best gift you can give your scene partner is a slap or a kiss, lol.
Hollywood World: What are your favorite projects you have been part of?
Kitiya Skye: I’m currently working on an all female production called “Popcorn Girlz”. It has a female director, female producer, and female writer. Girl power!
Hollywood World: How much experience do you have in field?
Kitiya Skye: I started acting when I was about 13 and then moved over to “other side” working at an advertising agency producing large-scale content and commercials. So I’ve technically been in the industry for a little over 15 years.
Hollywood World: Describe your best quality as an actor?
Kitiya Skye: My best quality is my ability to let go and fully commit. I’m definitely not afraid to be silly. I guess all those improv classes are paying off!
Hollywood World: What do you enjoy the most about your job?
Kitiya Skye: Acting in the entertainment industry helps tell stories that hopefully make the audience remember what it’s like to love, laugh, and feel connected with others… To potentially have that kind of impact is really special to me.
Hollywood World: What have you learned from the directors that you have worked with throughout your career?
Kitiya Skye: The best piece of advice that I received about the industry was to always “be the quietest and most well prepared person on set”.
Hollywood World: From where have you learned acting? What training do you have?
Kitiya Skye: I’m always enrolled in at least two different schools at any point in time. I believe this job should be treated like a 9-to-5. If you’re not on set you should be in acting class or rehearsing at home. I take everything from cold reading, auditioning, to on-camera and improvisation classes.
Hollywood World: What has been your biggest achievement in the field of acting?
Kitiya Skye: So far, it has been the guest starring role in “Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks”, a new series that premieres Wednesday, January 3rd 2018 on TruTV. But let’s see what the rest of 2018 brings!
Hollywood World: What other types of movies would you be interested in filming?
Kitiya Skye: I’ve been told I remind people of Lisa Kudrow so something along the lines of Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion would be fun! That’s one of my favorite movies.
Hollywood World: How do you see your role as an actor?
Kitiya Skye: As someone who tells stories from a place of vulnerability and truth.
Hollywood World: What was your most memorable role? Why?
Kitiya Skye: On my new TruTV show Laff Tracks I get to crawl on a bar and throw drinks in everyone’s faces, that was definitely memorable!
Hollywood World: What is your secret?
Kitiya Skye: My acting coach always says “diligent practice toward loving yourself is key to being an actor.” So, I do everything I can to feed my soul and help me discover my true self.
Hollywood World: What other hobbies do you have?
Kitiya Skye: I’m always trying new hobbies because I love learning and pushing myself. Right now, I’m learning to surf and also starting singing lessons.
Hollywood World: Who is your role model?
Kitiya Skye: There are so many! I really admire Goldie Hawn, Alicia Silverstone, and Charlize Theron, just to name a few!
Hollywood World: What makes you feel like a star?
Kitiya Skye: I feel like a star when I feel like I’m growing, being brave, and pushing out of my comfort zone. Ultimately, I think that’s what we all admire in the people we look up to.
Hollywood World: Any tips about how to be a successful actor?
Kitiya Skye: Trust your instincts and stay proactive. Create your own content, participate in showcases, network with people (and treat them like people, not an opportunity), take classes, and watch popular content.
Hollywood World: What do you want to be remembered for in life? What valuable lessons have you learned that helped you become the person you are today?
Kitiya Skye: I would love to be remembered as someone who encouraged others to be comfortable with themselves. Every time I express myself in an honest and vulnerable way I give others permission to do the same thing.