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Schooler, Heidi

Schooler, Heidi


Education: Studied at the Actors Studio; studied acting, comedy, improvisation, voice, and voice-over work with various instructors.


Agent—Coast to Coast Talent Group, 3350 Barham Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; The Michael Abrams Group, 2934 Beverly Glen Circle, Suite 453, Bel Air, CA 90077; The Osbrink Agency, 4343 Lankershim Blvd., Suite 100, Universal City, CA 91602.


Actress. Provided voice work for advertisements. Provided the voice of Lois Lane for the project Superman 2.


Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild.

Awards, Honors:

Schooler's performance as Mary Magdalene in He Was Here was named a star turn by LA Weekly.


Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) New Haven reporter, The Doors (also known as The Doors: la leyenda, Ha-Dlatot, Les Doors, and O mito de uma geracao), TriStar, 1991.

Courtesan, Dracula (also known as Bram Stoker's "Dracula," Bram Stokers "Dracula," Bram Stokerin Dracula, Dracula d'apres Bram Stoker, Dracula d'apres l'oeuvre de Bram Stoker, Dracula de Bram Stoker, Dracula, de Bram Stoker, Drakoulas, and Drakula), Columbia, 1992.

Liz, Bimbo Penitentiary (also known as Cuffdunk and Roundtree), 1992.

Katrina, The Wedding Project, 1999.

Meg, Cut (short film), 2003.

Hedy Lamarr, Calling Hedy Lamarr, Lone Star Productions/Mischief Films, 2004.

Laughing housewife, Natural Born Salesman (short film), American Film Institute, 2005.

Lilli, Inland Empire, 518 Media/Absurda, 2006.

Psychiatric ward woman, Beautiful Dreamer, Imageworks Entertainment International, 2006.

Sarah, The Shabbos Bigfoot (short film), Studio 203, 2006.

A Mock Time: A Star Trek Wedding, c. 2007.

Girrl, W.O.W. Filmz, c. 2008.

Appeared as Larissa, 8 o'clock Madness (short film); as Frankie, In the Claire de Lune (short film); as Candy, Special Delivery; and in Protestskaya.

Film Line Producer:

Assistant line producer, Hash Brown's, DreamReel Productions, 1999.

Random Shooting in L.A., Collaboration Filmworks, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series:

Herself, Your Reality Checked (also known as Reality Check), Fine Living Network, beginning c. 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Karen, Strange Voices, NBC, 1987.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Sara at the Maple Clinic, General Hospital, ABC, 1987 (multiple episodes).

Young girl, "The Wedding," Heartbeat (also known as Herzschlag des Lebens—Goettinnen in Weiss and Sydaemen asialla), ABC, 1988.

Courtesan in "The Cask of Amontillado" segment, "Edgar Allan Poe: Terror of the Soul," American Masters, PBS, 1995.

(Uncredited) Female detective, "Doctor's Orders," Medium, NBC, 2006.

Television Appearances; Other:

Appeared in Snow White, Nickelodeon; and in Pizza Man.

Stage Appearances:

The Yiddish Trojan Women, West Coast Jewish Theatre, Studio City, CA, 1996.

Myra, "The Long Goodbye," Signposts: An Evening of Rarely Performed One-Acts, Rose Alley Theater, Venice, CA, 2002.

Danielle, Me Too, Stella Adler Theatre, Los Angeles, 2006.

Getting Sara Married, Westside Jewish Community Center, Los Angeles, 2006.

Got Nerve (solo show), c. 2007.

Appeared as Miss Metcalf, Dark of the Moon, and as a wife, La ronde, both Actors Studio, Los Angeles; as Lisa, Do Over, and as Moth, Dreamers, both West Coast Ensemble; as Cordelia, King Lear, and as Natasha, Three Sisters (musical), both Bare Bones Theatre; as Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and as Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, both Syracuse Classics Workshop; as Diane, Big Time, Beverly Hills Playhouse, Beverly Hills, CA; as Jane Lane, Demolition Downtown, NoHo Theatre and Arts Festival, North Hollywood, CA; as Mary Magdalene, He Was Here, Rose Alley Theater; as Mag, Lovers, Saw Mill Theatre, NY; as Annie Sullivan, The Miracle Worker, Veterans Theatre, Los Angeles; as Anya, Reach for the Stars (rock musical), SIR Studio Theatre; and as Kathy, Vanities, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, New York City.

Major Tours:

Karen, Stand through the Eyes of a Child, U.S. cities, 2007.


Writings for the Stage:

Got Nerve (solo show), c. 2007.



Heidi Schooler,, May 11, 2007.

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