Skeeta is a classic representation of the “Good Cop / Bad Cop” scenario, in which he can easily sit on one side of the fence and portray a loving and caring individual, then jump to the other side and be as crass, loud and raw as one can imagine.
Described by colleagues and family as determined, passionate, intelligent and funny, Skeeta has had a taste for performing since he was very young and often drew a crowd in the family home with his antics and wit.
A military man and medic for over 25 years, Skeeta is well-learned and has made a late foray in to acting, this was spawned by an appearance in a Defence Force (Navy) commercial, shot in 1997 and screened on TV and in movie theatres around the country.
Now at mid-life, Skeeta trained with Loren Johnson to pursue his dream and has subsequently been selected to be Western Australia’s lead presenter for Visitor Television Network (VTN) and will feature in reviews throughout the hotels network. Also, on Skeeta’s corporate acknowledgements is his on-camera work for Business Embassy here in Perth.
Playing King Stewart in the TV Series Pilot “The Princess Jam”, Skeeta has also appeared in “The Black Dog” film as a detective, Paul Komadina’s film “Abduction”, ABC’s “The Heights” as an extra and performed the lead role in David Morgan’s slapstick comedy “Your Fly is Undone”. Skeeta has also featured in music videos for US Indy Band Ghost in the Machine and for FaithHopeLoveGrace here in Australia.
Skeeta is not easily embarrassed and will throw everything he has in to a performance, drawing on much life experience to fulfil the role.