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Erich Schuett

Erich is an accomplished LA-based actor, singer, songwriter, and voice-over artist currently enrolled in college with a declared major in Film & TV Production.  A seasoned performing artist, Erich has been wooing crowd since he was five years old, and by the age of nine he was already singing, dancing, and acting in competitive engagements.  In 2015 he moved to NYC and was immediately tapped to play Friedrich for the Broadway 50th Anniversary National Tour of The Sound of Music.  Once off tour, Erich's musical abilities continued to be highlighted as he was selected as a finalist in the American Protégé International Vocal Competition where he had the privilege of singing at Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium.  Next, he was chosen as a winner in the Junior Division of the NY Lyric Opera Competition and subsequently was asked to perform on The Harry Connick Jr TV Show.  In addition to performing in Tosca, Macbeth, and in multiple cabarets all over NYC, Erich was selected as a 2018 Honors Performance Series Finalist where he sang at the Sydney Opera House.  He also had a 2017 Grammy consideration for his first professional recording A Christmas Presence.  More recently he played the lead role in a movie released in 2021 based on the award-winning book Song of the Tree Frogs.  Erich's first feature film 18 to Party premiered at the Woodstock Film Festival in 2020, and he has appeared in in several other films, commercials, TV episodes, voice-overs, and national and international TV ads.   Erich is represented by Innovative Artists and managed by Attentive Talent Management and is a member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA An honors student currently attending College,  Erich also previously was admitted to The Juilliard School as a Vocal Performance Vocal Major in Juilliard's Pre-College program from 2019-2020.

Young Artist Academy™ Awards
2021 Best Performance in a Feature Film: Leading Teen Artist - Nominated

Christian Media Association Film Contest
2020 Best Teen Actor - Nominated

Great Lakes Christian Film Festival
2020 Festival Award Best Actor - Winner

Academy Activity

41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards


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