Carol Schuler was born in Winterthur in 1987. She has been an ensemble member of the Berlin Schaubühne since the 2017/18 season. She completed her acting training at the European Theater Institute Berlin from 2006 to 2009. Her first engagements followed at the Schauspielhaus Zurich, where she appeared in 'Geri' (directed by Stefan Bachmann, 2010), 'Schweizer Schönheit' (directed by Dani Levy, 2015) and in collaboration with Herbert Fritsch in 'Der schwarze Hecht' (2014) and 'Wer hat Angst vor Hugo Wolf?' (2016), among others. Further productions with Herbert Fritsch took her to the Zurich Opera House ('King Arthur', 2016), to the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz ('Pfusch', 2016) and in the 2022/23 season to the Theater Basel ('Vergeigt', 2023). As a film and television actress, she has appeared, among others. in 'Nachtlärm' (director: Christoph Schaub, 2012), 'Tatort - Schmutziger Donnerstag' (director: Dani Levy, 2012), 'Blochin - Die Lebenden und die Toten' (director: Matthias Glasner, 2014), 'Homeland' (director: Michael Offer and Lesli Linka Glatter, 2015), 'Zweibettzimmer' (director: Isabel Kleefeld, 2016) and 'Maria Mafiosi' (director: Jule Ronstedt, 2016), as well as a new Tatort commissioner on Tatort Zürich. In 2002, she won the Swiss Film Award for Best Actress. In 2012, she was nominated for the Swiss Television Film Award as Best Supporting Actress.