Hyten Davidson is a NYC-based writer, SAG actor, and graduate of The Hartt School Conservatory where she received her B.F.A in Acting, summa cum laude. She is classically trained, including a Shakespeare Intensive program in the UK with members of the RSC and is a graduate of the Accelerated Meisner Program at Green Shirt Studio in Chicago.
As a writer, her fiction has been published in New Reader Magazine, The Maine Review, and Landlocked Magazine . Her screenplays have won the Scaffolding Magazine Best Short Screenplay Award at The Shortcut 100 International Film Festival 2018, the Best Screenplay Award at The South Shore Film Festival 2019, and won the South Texas International Film Festival "Best Pitch" competition 2021, among other wins and accolades.
In the Spring, she will be co-directing her script The West Virginian Starfish produced by Dune Grass Pictures and Multiple Hats Productions.
Originally from Virginia, Hyten grew up long-distance running and horseback riding. Today, she loves hiking, horror movies, and her adopted dachshund mix Scully. Hyten is a proud member of SAG*AFTRA and represented by PCG Talent.