Alex Skuby

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Alex Skuby
Born (1972-12-27) December 27, 1972 (age 49)
Other namesAlex S. Skuby
Years active1996–present
(m. 2013)

Alex Skuby (born December 27, 1972) is an American actor who has appeared in film and television. He is most known for his role on The King of Queens as Doug Pruzan, Carrie's boss and a lawyer at her Manhattan law firm.[1][2][3][4]

Born in Neptune City, New Jersey, Skuby grew up in Manasquan, New Jersey.[5] Skuby graduated from Wall High School in 1990 and attended Brookdale Community College.[6]

He is the co-host of comedy podcast "Zen AF" with comedian Wayne Hannah and filmmaker Tyler Boyco.[7]



Year Film Role Notes
1996 Early Edition Gino Episode: "The Choice"
1998 A Will of Their Own Pete TV Mini-series
ER Medivac/Renato 2 episodes
To Have & to Hold Jimmy Episode: "Pilot"
Buddy Faro News Reporter Episode: "Death by Airbrush"
1999 Payback Oakwood Arms Tough #2
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vincent Episode: "Bad Girls"
Chicago Hope Mark Porter Episode: "Teacher's Pet"
Everything's Relative Officer Cloud Episode: "City of Flies"
Angel Harlan Episode: "Sense and Sensitivity"
2000 Ready to Rumble Young Doctor
Strip Mall Sweeny
2000–2003 The King of Queens Doug Pruzan Esq. 13 episodes
2002 The Division Russ Dempsey Episode: "Keep Hope Alive"
2003 Platonically Incorrect
Becker Cop Episode: "Mr. and Ms. Conception"
2004 Without a Trace Brian Episode: "Nickel and Dimed: Part 2"
House M.D. John Funsten Episode: "Paternity"
24 Sergeant Dennis McGrath Episode: "Day 4: 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m."
Less Than Perfect Fran Episode: "Casey V. Kronsky"
2006 Finding Preet Jake
2006, 2009 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Federal Agent / FBI Agent Paul Briggs 2 episodes
2007 Pandemic Captain Nick Slater TV Movie
D.T.A. Productions Dick Sanderson Short
2008 Baby Fighting Officer Mike Wasisco Short
CSI: Miami Ricky Moore Episode: "Tipping Point"
2009 Castle Charlie DePetro Episode: "One Man's Treasure"
2011 The Mentalist Officer Carl Beller Episode: "Rhapsody in Red"
2012 Last Man Standing Frank Milbauer Episode: "Ding Dong Ditch"
Ave 43 Lonny Chapter 42 & 43
First Neighbor The Neighbor
2013 Southland Steve Episode: "Reckoning"
2015 Lone Hunter Roy Short
Bones Gavin Chadwick 2 episodes
RelationFixTM Graham
Spades Anders
2016–2018 The Fosters Detective Joe Gray 9 episodes
2017 Santa Clarita Diet Lonnie Episode: "The Book!"
2021 Fear the Walking Dead Eli Episode: Till Death

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 MechCommander Panther
2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Federal Agent
2014 The Elder Scrolls Online Additional voices
Transformers Universe Prowl


  1. ^ "Filmography for Alex Skuby". IMDb.
  2. ^ Grigware, Don. "Actor Alex Skuby, Husband to Mo Collins, Adds His Two Cents Regarding DAMAGED FURNITURE". Retrieved April 15, 2020.
  3. ^ " - TV's 'King Of Queens' Star Alex Skuby Rocks East Coast With The Alex Skuby Band". Retrieved April 15, 2020.
  4. ^ Zender, Maximilian. "Einige dieser "King of Queens"-Stars wirst Du nicht wiedererkennen". BuzzFeed (in German). Retrieved April 15, 2020.
  5. ^ Voger, Mark. "No Laughing Matter; Sitcom actor is ready to rock Stone Pony", Asbury Park Press, May 18, 2007. Accessed January 19, 2021, via "Skuby, who was born in Neptune and raised in Manasquan, has switched gears since his King of Queens days."
  6. ^ Larsen, Erik. "Alex Skuby: good guys and bad guys", Asbury Park Press, October 17, 1998. Accessed January 19, 2021, via "Monmouth County native Alex Skuby plays the recurring role of Renato, a Chicago paramedic on NBC-TV's top-rated drama ER, a pushy reporter on last night's CBS-TV episode of Buddy Faro and will portray a crazed wife-beater on the NBC miniseries, A Will of Their Own, starring Lea Thompson, Faye Dunaway and Ellen Burstyn tomorrow at 8 p.m. Skuby, a 1990 graduate of Wall High School and alumni of Brookdale Community College in Middletown, 'never thought about acting in high school.'"
  7. ^ "The More You Know with Alex Skuby & Wayne Hannah". Zen AF. Retrieved September 8, 2021.

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