Tiera Skovbye

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Tiera Skovbye
Born (1995-05-06) May 6, 1995 (age 25)
Years active2005–present

Tiera Skovbye ( /ˈskbi/ ; [1] born May 6, 1995 [2] [3] ) is a Canadian actress. She is known for starring in television films such as her role playing Elizabeth Berkley in Lifetime's The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story , and for her recurring roles as Polly Cooper on The CW series Riverdale and as Robin on the ABC television series Once Upon a Time .



Skovbye's first substantial role was as the 10-year old Jane on the drama series Painkiller Jane in 2007. Skovbye has also appeared in a number of television films, most notably Lifetime's The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story in which she played Elizabeth Berkley. [4] [5] In early 2017, she began playing the recurring role of Polly Cooper on The CW teen drama series Riverdale . [3] [6] Skovbye played the recurring role of Robin, the daughter of Zelena and Robin Hood, during the seventh season of Once Upon a Time . [7] [8]

In 2018, Skovbye appeared in the horror mystery film Summer of 84 , opposite Graham Verchere, Judah Lewis and Rich Sommer. [9]

Personal life

Skovbye was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. [3] She has a younger sister, Ali, [10] who is also an actress. [11]

On August 14, 2017, Skovbye announced her engagement to Jameson Parker. [12]



2012 Girl in Progress Jezabelas Tiere Skovkye
2012 A Christmas Story 2 Drucilla GootradStraight-to-video
2015Even Lambs Have TeethKatie [13]
2018 Summer of '84 Nikki Kaszuba [14]
2018 Midnight Sun Zoe Carmichael
2018 The Miracle Season Brie
TBA 2 Hearts SamCompleted [15]


2007 Painkiller Jane Jane – 10 Years Old3 episodes
2007 Kaya Real Shandi PalmerEpisode: "Every Breath You Take"
2008, 2013 Supernatural Young Bela / HonorEpisodes: "Time Is on My Side", "Rock and a Hard Place"
2010 The Troop Darla RobinsonEpisode: "Double Felix"
2010Dead LinesSpencer FyneTelevision movie
2010Wishing WellSam TurnerUnsold television pilot; also known as Wish List [16]
2010, 2013 R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour AnnaEpisodes: "The Dead Body", "Dead Bodies"
2011Three Weeks, Three KidsAlice NortonTelevision movie (Hallmark)
2012 Wingin' It SarahEpisode: "Practical Romance"
2012 R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour FlynnEpisode: "Headshot"
2013BlinkMiaUnsold television pilot
2013Forever 16RavenTelevision movie (Lifetime) [17]
2013 Spooksville DanielaEpisode: "The Wicked Cat"
2014 The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story Elizabeth Berkley Television movie (Lifetime)
2014 Christmas Icetastrophe Marley CroogeTelevision movie (Syfy) [18]
2014A Christmas TailOlivia BurginTelevision movie
2015SugarbabiesTessa BouilletteTelevision movie (Lifetime)
2015 Liar, Liar, Vampire Caitlyn CrispTelevision movie (Nickelodeon)
2015 Arrow Madison DanforthEpisode: "The Candidate"
2015 Minority Report Young AgathaEpisode: "The American Dream"
2015 Mark & Russell's Wild Ride AshleyTelevision movie (Disney XD) [19] [20]
2016Revenge PornPeyton HarrisTelevision movie (Lifetime); also known as My Daughter's Disgrace
2016 Dead of Summer Deb (20 years old)Episode: "The Dharma Bums" [21]
2016Christmas CookiesBrookeTelevision movie (Hallmark)
2017–present Riverdale Polly Cooper Recurring role
2017Secrets of My StepdaughterRachel KentTelevision movie (Lifetime)
2017One Small IndiscretionElleTelevision movie (Lifetime)
2017–2018 Once Upon a Time Margot/RobinRecurring role (season 7) [7]
2020 Nurses GraceMain role [22]
2020 Dirty John Young Betty Broderick3 episodes (season 2)

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