|Birth Date||November 10, 1938 (age 78)|
|Birth Place||Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States|
Schultz was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After his undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Marquette University, he attended Princeton University. In 1966, he directed his first play, a production of Waiting for Godot. Schultz career continued to grow and some of his most known films are The Last Dragon, Car Washand Woman Thou Art Loosed . In 1991, Schultz was inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame.