Skye P. Marshall is a proud Chicagoan and a veteran of the United States Air Force. After her enlistment was fulfilled, Marshall graduated from Northeastern Illinois University, with honors, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Communication, Media & Theatre (CMT Program). After graduation, she moved to New York City where she trained at Stella Adler Studio of Acting and the Broadway Dance Center.
Marshall’s notable television work includes a series regular role on CBS’ medical drama “Good Sam” alongside Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs as well as a recurring role as powerful Haitian Voodo Princess Mambo Marie on the hit Netflix series, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” alongside Kiernan Shipka and Miranda Otto.
Next, in independent features, she'll be seen in director Mo McRae’s A Lot of Nothing from executive producer David Oyelowo, Daft State alongside Christopher Backus, To Live and Die with Omari Hardwick from director Qasim Basir and MVP executive produced by Sylvester Stallone.
Additional television credits include “This Is Us,” “9-1-1” on FOX, a major recurring role on The CW’s “Black Lightning,” “The Rookie,” “NCIS,” “Major Crimes,” “Shameless,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and more. Marshall also starred alongside Sir Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino in the Lionsgate feature film Misconduct and stars in the 2020 rom-com feature film A Nice Girl Like You, with Lucy Hale.
Marshall directed the short Killing Karen Soloway in 2018. She resides in New York City.