American actor Skyler Gisondo was born on July 22, 1996 in Sacramento, California. He began acting at a very young age, making his screen debut in 2003, in the television movie Crazy Love. Most of his career was spent playing guest roles in several television shows: these include Miss Match, Huff, What I Like About You, Criminal Minds, House, ER, Drake & Josh, CSI and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Gisondo made his film debut in the 2006 fantasy film For Heaven’s Sake, but it was one year later when he became a recognized face in film. In 2007, he starred in the remake of the slasher film Halloween, which was directed by Rob Zombie. He played the role of Tommy Doyle, an eight-year-old boy who constantly asks his babysitter, the skeptical Laurie Strode (Scott Taylor-Compton), about the Boogeyman. Later that year, he got his first regular television role, joining the cast of the sitcom The Bill Engvall Show. He played the role of the youngest child, Bryan Pearson, who is somewhat odd yet has an incredible grasp of almost every aspect of anatomy and human physiology, except perhaps for reproduction.