A Prom Date for Skyler Gisondo

Skyler Prom Date

Source: “Skyler Gisondo’s Prom Proposal (featuring Ben Stiller and Robin Williams).” YouTube. 6 May 2014


Skyler Gisondo, age 18, co-starred with Ben Stiller and Robin Williams in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb — he played Mr. Stiller’s character’s son. He needed a prom date, and so he asked his co-stars for help in making a video asking Hilari Levine to be his date. Skyler said, “All morning, Robin was pitching more ideas. He was saying, ‘Can I say this? Would it be appropriate to say this?’ You’re Robin Williams. You can say whatever you want!” In the video, Robin says, “Yo, yo, yo… Yo, Hilari, will you go to the prom with my man here, my man Skyler?” Skyler added, “Robin was this bottomless reservoir of kindness and hilarity. It was just so special to work so closely with this guy whose movies I’ve grown up with and watch his preparedness and his kindness.” Hilari tweeted, “AH! going to prom with the best guy out there! @SkylerGisondo knows how to put a smile on my face thank you @robinwilliams & @RedHourBen!” And Skyler tweeted, “Just found out Ben Stiller is going to hook @hillarilevine and I up with a limo for prom night. #Casual @RedHourBen is the ultimate homie.”

For More Information: “One of Robin Williams’ last good deeds: helping co-star get a prom date.” Hello Magazine. 23 December 2014


For More Information: Lisa Estall, “How Robin Williams And Ben Stiller Helped Skyler Gisondo Land A Prom Date.” Business2community.com. 23 December 2014


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1 Response to A Prom Date for Skyler Gisondo

  1. Skyler is a amazing young actor I liked him in “night at the museum”

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