The Topeka, Kansas, native's career began after he graduated from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He quickly found success as a model and moved to Los Angeles in 1999, when he just as quickly scored the lead on the NBC hit Harmony's Passions.
After leaving Passions, Schuldt immediately booked a starring role opposite Ernie Hudson and Danny Nucci on the short-lived drama 10-8: Officers on Duty. Other credits include JAG, Veronica Mars, and the horror spoof "Hack!", which is overstuffed with cult icons like Kane Hodder (the Friday the 13th series), Juliet Landau (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Danica McKellar (The Wonder Years).
Acting is just one of Schuldt's many talents. In 2004, Schuldt worked with director Jonathan Walls and writer/actor/producer Jay Thames to create, write, finance, produce and star in the critically acclaimed independent film Automatic, which found enthusiastic audiences as an official selection at SXSW, Woodstock, Starz Denver and the Deep Ellum Film Festival in Dallas.
Schuldt is also very active in the Lone Star Ensemble, the nonprofit theater group he founded in 2000, and 35 Terrace, the production company through which he is currently developing several exciting projects.
Schuldt is a force to be reckoned with. His incomparable talent, boy-next-door good looks and unstoppable dedication to his craft, will undoubtedly catapult Schuldt to Hollywood royalty.
Hobbies: "Ultimate" Frisbee, fire-eating, mountain biking, and Tae-Kwon-do.
Favorite Music: From the Flaming Lips to classical music.
Favorite TV: He watches Bravo, the Sundance Channel, the Independent Film Channel, "The
X-Files", "Malcolm In the Middle", and "Futurama."
Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate chip cookie dough.
Pre-Passions Gig: Worked as a waiter in Dallas before working on Passions.
Worst job: Doing demolition construction.