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What is Taz Skylar Net Worth? Birthday, Height, Nationality

Taz Skylar Net Worth

The Arab-English actor and screenwriter Taz Skylar, whose full name is Tarek Yassin Skylar, has a net worth of $2.5 million USD.

Biography Profile Summary

Net Worth$2.5 million USD
NameTaz Skylar
Full NameTarek Yassin Skylar
GenderMale
BornDecember 5, 1995
AgeLate twenties (as of current year)
Place of BirthTenerife, Spain
NationalitySpanish and British
Height1.83 meters
ParentsFather: Hassan Yassin (Arab of Sierra Leonean-Lebanese origin) Mother: Gwen Skylar (English, born in Yorkshire)

Taz Skylar Biography

Tarek Yassin Skylar is an Arab-English actor and screenwriter.

He is currently based in London and Tenerife. Skylar gained recognition following the success of his self-penned off-West-end play, “Warheads.” Subsequently, he ventured into writing and starring in “Gassed Up” for Amazon Prime.

Additionally, he portrays the character Sanji in the Netflix series “One Piece” (2023).

When is Taz Skylar birthday?

The Arab-English actor and screenwriter, Tarek Yassin Skylar was born on 5 December 1995 in Canary Islands, Spain. Taz Skylar is 27 years old as of 2023.

Tarek Yassin Skylar Parents and Family

Tarek Skylar’s father, Hassan Yassin, is of Arab descent with Sierra Leonean-Lebanese roots, while his mother, Gwen Skylar, hails from Yorkshire, England. He holds dual citizenship, being both Spanish and British.

Education

After completing high school, Skylar started working on crafting surfboards at the age of 15.

What is Tarek Yassin Skylar Nationality?

Skylar possesses dual nationality, Spanish and British, due to his parentage and upbringing.

Career

Tarek Skylar started his career in the United Kingdom, taking on various minor acting roles. In 2015, he appeared in short films such as “Venom” and “Beautiful.” Subsequently, he portrayed the character David in the short film “Trophy” (2016) and took on the role of Caps in “The Reserves” from 2018 to 2019, a project for which he served as both writer and producer.

In 2018, Skylar made his directorial debut with the short film “Multi-Facial.” The following year marked his feature film debut as Sergeant Dawes in “The Kill Team.” That same year, he played Marty in “Lie Low” and Betim in the short film “Final Gift.” His career continued to flourish in 2020, with his role as Jason in “Villain.” In 2022, he joined the cast of “Agatha Raisin,” assuming the character of Harry Beam in two episodes of the series. Furthermore, he portrayed Gin in “The Deal” (2022) and made an appearance as Walt in an episode of “The Lazarus Project” (2022).

In 2021, Skylar’s career reached new heights when he was confirmed for a significant role in the series “One Piece,” playing the character Sanji.

Wife

There is no information available about Tarek Skylar’s marital status or wife at this time.

Taz Skylar Movies

Here is a list of movies and roles for Tarek Yassin Skylar:

  1. Venom (2015) – Role: Victim (Short film)
  2. Beautiful (2015) – Role: Jasper (Short film)
  3. Trophy (2016) – Role: David (Short film)
  4. Neon (2018) – Role: Neon (Short film)
  5. Multi-Facial (2018) – Role: Mike (Short film)
  6. The Kill Team (2019) – Role: Sergeant Dawes
  7. Lie Low (2019) – Role: Marty
  8. Final Gift (2019) – Role: Betim (Short film)
  9. Villain (2020) – Role: Jason
  10. Boiling Point (2021) – Role: Billy
  11. Split Sole (2021) – Role: Not specified (Short film)
  12. Dead Silent (2022) – Role: Liam (Short film)
  13. The Deal (2022) – Role: Gin

Television:

  1. The Reserves (2018-2019) – Role: Caps
  2. Agatha Raisin (2022) – Role: Harry Beam (2 episodes)
  3. The Lazarus Project (2022) – Role: Walt (2 episodes)
  4. One Piece (2023) – Role: Sanji (Main role in English and Spanish-language versions)
  5. Boiling Point (2023) – Role: Billy [9]

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