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. Originally from Virginia, Hyten grew up long-distance running and competitive horseback riding. Hyten is a proud member of SAG*AFTRA.
As a writer, her fiction has been published in New Reader Magazine, The Maine Review, and Landlocked Magazine . Her screenplays have won numerous Best Screenplay awards (see the Writing section for more) and she was the recipient of the 2021 South Texas International Film Festival's Best Pitch award. Recently, her horror audio drama Come to Mama was produced by the award-winning The NoSleep Podcast. Listen here.
The West Virginian Starfish, written and co-directed by Hyten Davidson and produced by Dune Grass Pictures and Multiple Hats Productions took home the "Best Short Film" award at the famed Long Island Film Expo and The Bergen International Film Festival.