Skye Hallam was born in London. She is a mixture of Italian, Anglo-Indian and English. Her mother is the actress Elaine Hallam, and her father is Paul Hankin (known as 'Conga Paul') a latin percussionist and original member of the Space Rock band 'The Ozric Tentacles'.

After graduating from RADA (The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) in July 2016, Skye made her professional stage debut in October 2016 as the lead in 'Paradise of The Assassins' - which opened the new TARA Arts theatre in Earlsfield.

In 2016 Skye also wrapped on 'Be As You Wish To Seem' - director John Turner's debut short film.                 

In 2017 Skye completed four on screen roles in both TV and Film. Skye played Lee Raziwill in The Crown Series 2 and Maxine Parish in Casualty on BBC One. You can watch selected scenes from Casualty on the 'Video' link below. 

In 2017 Skye also completed her feature film debut in Daniel Aldredson's 'Intrigo' trilogy. The trilogy stars Ben Kingsley and is based on the novels by Hakan Nesser. The film will be released later this year. Skye has most recently appeared in The Alienist for TNT which is available now on Netflix.

Skye is also represented by IMG Models London, on their talent devision, and last year walked for Dolce and Gabana as part of their 'DG Millennials' Campaign.

So far this year Skye has voiced the short film '126,000 Steps' which won the East End Film Festival's '100FT High' Competition.

Skye has appeared on BBC Radio 3's 'Music Matters' reading extracts of composer Matthew Herbert's debut novel 'The Music' and a selection of poetry and prose for 'Words and Music' 

Skye has most recently appeared on stage as the lead in 'Foxes' a new play by Dexter Flanders.