Christopher Skyline (クリストファー スカイライン Kurisutofā Sukairain?), also known as Playboy Hero: Captain Celebrity (キャプテン•セレブリティ Kyaputen Sereburiti?), is the top-rank American Pro Hero in Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals.
Christopher is a very tall, well-built man with a cleft chin, angular nose and a sharp, chiseled jaw. His hair is styled like a mohawk of blonde hair swept back along the top of his head, and he has small, downward-tilting eyes with quite long eyelashes.
His hero costume consists of a skin-tight bodysuit, cut off at his knees and halfway own his upper arms, with a pale trim and a tick-like logo with a star in the centre stamped onto his chest, a thick black line running down each side of his suit. He wears matching shin-pads and shoulder-pads, as well as a belt with a large buckle, a long cape and a dark-tinted visor.
Christopher is extremely arrogant and a stereotypical celebrity. He usually only cares about his appearance and how the public views him. He will do anything for popularity, no matter how morally wrong it is. He also only acts as a hero if the media is watching, and if they’re not he won't be bothered, even if lives are on the line.
He is also a well-known playboy and has had many relationships with other women, despite being married. This caused him to earn the nickname "Flying Stallion". This flirtatious attitude also led to several lawsuits, to the point that his ex-wife Pamela has pretty much made a business with it. This causes him so much troubles that now he feels so terrified by his ex-wife that when someone mentions her, he stops flirting with women and behaves responsibly, only to avoid another lawsuit.
Despite being regarded as a glory hound with little tact, spending a year under Makoto Tsukauchi's management and learning that he was going to be a father, he prompted himself to stop his skirt chasing ways and become someone a child could respect. After an incident involving a villain's suicide-bombing, he was forced to compromise his own safety for the sake of civilians caught in the crossfire, which left him rather humbled.