She is most well known for her supporting role in the teen comedy Orange County in 2002.
She made her film debut in 1995 as Kristy Thomas in The Baby-Sitters Club.
Her song "It's Not Her" was featured in the movie Snow Day.
Schuyler's song "Catching Up With Yesterday" was featured in the movie Skeletons in the Closet.
She did a song for the movie Gray Matters entitled "I Just Remember Goodbye".
She likes her independence and loves to drive. Schuyler loves roller skating.
Schuyler is scared of haircuts and change in general.
Schuyler's favorite pair of shoes is her pink Converse.
Mat Dauzat (guitar, backup vocals)
Jonny Flaugher (upright bass)
Melissa Reiner (violin)
Sebastian Aymanns (percussion/drums)
Jason Kanakis (guitar, banjitar, mandolin)
Adrienne Woods (cello)
Schuyler, who played an aspiring singer in the movie I'm Reed Fish, co-wrote and performed the songs "From Where I'm Standing" and "On Your Arm" in scenes in the film.
Schuyler enrolled in an accelerated program at the prestigious Virginia private school St. Anne's-Belfield. She graduated in August of 1999. She attended college at the University of Virginia.
Before she decided she wanted to be an actress and a singer-songwriter, her childhood ambitions included being an archaeologist, a hairdresser and a makeup artist.
Schuyler played the title role of Annie when she was in sixth grade.
Her first acting role was a bumblebee in a community theater production of Charlotte's Web.
Schuyler hates waking up early but loves being awake in the mornings.
She likes to save and collect things such as concert ticket stubs and old soccer shirts she won't be wearing anymore.
At age 8, Schuyler already made her first music video, one of Madonna's "Like A Prayer".
The first song she ever wrote was entitled "There Was A Little Girl Named Schuyler."
Schuyler started singing when she was still very small and began playing with the ukelele when she was four years old.
Her height is 5'5" (1.65 m). She has long red hair. She has red freckles.
Schuyler was a vegan for almost 5 years.
She plays the guitar, which she learned from her mom Sissy Spacek.
Her name is pronounced as Skyler. Her nicknames are "Sky" or "Ski".
She is a singer-songwriter signed to Universal Studios.
Though she was born in Los Angeles, California, her parents raised her at their home in Charlotteville, Virginia.
Her last name, Fisk, means fish in Swedish. Her first name, Schuyler, was the name of a town near where she grew up.
Schuyler has a little sister named Madison, who is six years younger than her.
Schuyler: (on the city of Los Angeles) When I first arrived I was like, 'I love the smell of smog!' But now I realize this city can really make you jaded. The minute I forget to balance reality with the fantasy, I'm going back to Virginia.
Schuyler: The songwriting part is my favorite part of it because it's so therapeutic. I just think it's the coolest form of expressing yourself. For me, that's what music is all about. It's so personal and so real. I really respect the artists who write their own music and sing in their own words.
Schuyler: Acting is definitely a different way of expressing myself. It's not as personal as music for me. But it's such a great escape. You can be this other person for little while and it's kind of freeing.