Schuyler Grant

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Schuyler Grant
Born Schuyler DeBarthe Ranson Grant
(1970-04-29) April 29, 1970 (age 44)
Los Gatos, California, USA
Occupation Actress
Years active 1985-present
Known for Playing Diana Barry in the Anne of Green Gables film trilogy
Spouse(s) Jeff Krasno (1995–present)
Parents Jack Grant
Ann Grant
Relatives Jason Grant (brother)
Katharine Houghton (aunt)
Katharine Hepburn (great-aunt)

Schuyler Grant (born Schuyler DeBarthe Ranson Grant on April 29, 1970) is an American actress best known for supporting roles in television, including the popular Anne of Green Gables mini-series.

Family ties[edit]

Grant comes from a prominent pedigree of actresses, including her aunt Katharine Houghton and her great-aunt Katharine Hepburn.

Anne of Green Gables fame[edit]

Grant is best known for her work in Anne of Green Gables.[citation needed] The film, a Canadian production, also starred Richard Farnsworth, Colleen Dewhurst, and Megan Follows in the starring role of Anne Shirley. Grant played Anne's "bosom friend" and closest companion, Diana Barry. Grant reprised her role in the sequel Anne of Avonlea (in which Diana married Fred Wright and had a child) and the trilogy's finale Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story.

Additional roles[edit]

Grant also played the role of Camille Hawkins on All My Children. This character had a brief romance with another All My Children character, Tad Martin.

Personal life[edit]

Grant currently resides in Tribeca and is the studio director at the New York Kula Yoga Project.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Anne of Green Gables Diana Barry TV movie
1987 Anne of Avonlea Diana Barry TV movie
1988 Laura Lansing Slept Here Annette Gomphers TV movie
1991 Law & Order Callie Episode: "Aria"
1998 Wrestling with Alligators Delores
1998 All My Children Camille Hawkins / Joy Hawkins 3 episodes
2000 Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story Diana Barry Wright TV movie

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