Schuyler is a 17 year old actress/singer/songwriter/musician from NYC. In Schuyler’s debut film, the feature “Theresa Is a Mother”, winner of seven Best Film awards from festivals including Amsterdam, Orlando and NYC Indie Film Fest, Schuyler was nominated for multiple Best Supporting Actress awards from the NYC Independent Film Festival and REEL Indie Washington DC.
Equally passionate about theater, Schuyler has worked with acclaimed directors such as Michael Greif (Grey Gardens, RENT, If/Then), Andy Sandberg and more. She was cast in the NY Stage & Film/Powerhouse production of ‘Walk on the Moon” and continues to develop the role of Alison (played by Anna Paquin in the award winning film version) for the stage.
As a singer/songwriter, Schuyler was the youngest artist ever invited to participate in the prestigious Singer/Songwriter Sessions at NYC’s iconic Bitter End. The music video to Schuyler’s 911 tribute song “Playground Museum” which is a first hand account of Schuyler’s experiences at 3 years old and includes a combination of home video of Schuyler shot on 9/11/01 and 9/11/12, had its premiere at the International Film Festival Manhattan and is a winner of the prestigious My HERO International Film Festival Music Video category in Los Angeles. “Playground Museum” is also a 2012 finalist for the Ron Kovic Peace Prize. Schuyler has opened for touring performers such as Ellis Paul and has performed in many summer music festivals including Black Potatoe, Block Island, Utica Music, Boston GreenFEST and more. She was featured in Avalon Magazine with photos by rock photographer Rebekah Blu.
Schuyler wrote the music for and performed in a 4 week NYC workshop run of a new theatrical concert called “What I’m Failing to Learn” featuring Schuyler and her band performing 11 of her originals songs supported by Irish step dancers and multimedia video. The show received rave reviews and is is in development for a larger NYC run.
Schuyler is a prolific song writer and is constantly adding to her large catalog of original songs. She wrote and recorded her first single, “I Am Today” at age 10, 100% of her proceeds from “I Am Today” go to pediatric cancer research. A poet at heart, Schuyler is inspired by life around her and continues to develop in front of audiences as an actress, writer, guitarist, and humanitarian.MY IMDB PAGE