| Brazilian, American|
| Ludmila Dayer|
| Ludmila Dayer Schuller|
June 18, 1983 (age 32) (1983-06-18) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Malhacao, Vida de Menina, Carlota Joaquina - Princess, Kamile/Loyal Blue
Fernanda Nobre, Carla Camurati, Cristiane Dias, Helena Solberg, Andre Abujamra
Ludmila Dayer Wikipedia
Ludmila Dayer Schuller (born June 18, 1983) is a Brazilian American actress and producer.
Dayer began acting at the age of 12 in the film Carlota Joaquina – Princesa do Brasil, released in 1995. In 1994, for which she won her first award Associação Paulista de Críticos de Arte for Most Promising Actress. She was discovered in a Spanish dance class, and was cast for two different roles in two different languages; The Spanish little princess Carlota and the English Yolanda. Then, she didn't yet speak English and Spanish fluently, so that the young Ludmila had to decorate all the phrases of her two parts in the film just by repeating them over and over.
Her first job in television was in a Rede Manchete telenovela, Xica da Silva. She then went to Brazil's biggest network, Rede Globo, where Dayer played the lead character in the 2000 season of teen soap Malhação. Dayer then rose to fame in the 2004 soap Senhora do Destino, where she played Danielle Meira, nicknamed "baby nymph" by her boyfriend Giovanni Improtta (José Wilker). That same year, she protagonized the film Vida de Menina, based on the diaries of Helena Morley.
After the 2005 SBT soap opera Os Ricos Também Choram, Dayer moved to Los Angeles seeking to expand her film career. She then founded Lupi Productions, her film production company. Her next work in Brazil happened in 2013, to work in the sitcom Louco por Elas.