I found this on a TV.com - power rangers board
Before anyone asks, Skylar was nothing but a no-line extra who lied and said he was a star.
"But the article says he starred on the show, it's from Reuters? It's from Reuters, it must be true. There was also an article on CNN.com"
The tool who wrote this article forgot to check their sources. Hell, the fact that he has no IMDB and TV.com page should have set off a red flag. Of course a reputable news source like Reuters at least would have done this before publishing an article, or at least contact ABC/Disney (who issued a statement saying that he was nothing more than an extra 6 months ago when this was actually news), right?
The bottom line is that the writer of the article screwed up, Skylar is nothing more than an extra and isn't even a child star. A one time appearance as an extra at the age of 14 doesn't make someone a "child star".