Erin was born in White Plains, New York on February 17th, 1977. Throughout her life she has build up her acting career, starting with live theater. While at Northwestern University, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Performance Studies and even taught acting classes to high school…more
Erin attended the 2007 Celebs Go Ape Charity Luncheon in Hollywood with the cast of Passions.
Erin attended the 2008 Warner Loughlin Studios' annual holiday charity eventthat supports the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center.
Erin is a member of the Screen Actor's Guild (SAG).
Erin is an instructor at Warner Loughlin Studios.
Erin is represented by the following agencies:
Stone Manners (theatrical)
After college, Erin attended The Public Theater's Shakespeare Lab. It is a place for professional actors to get additional training and focus theiracting ability.
The films that Erin has played the lead in (excluding shorts):
The Truth Is Always Complicated
The Last Guy On Earth
This Place Is Home
Erin has performed in the following plays:
The Relentless Pursuit
The Male Creature
Hunter for Hunter Green
The Double Didget Club
Girls School Vampire
Erin studied voice at Marymount College in London, England.
Erin is the Director of Operationsand a teacher atWarner Loughlin Studios. It is a acting studio in West Hollywood.
Soap Opera's Digest named her their Most Entertaining Character of 2007 for her work on the show Passions.
She attended Northwestern University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Performance Studies.
Erin was born in White Plains, NY, but considers Greenwich, CT her hometown.
Erin is 5' 6".
Erin is represented by Commonwealth Talent Group in Los Angeles.
As of 2006, Erin resides in Hollywood, CA.
Erin: (on Passions ending) I was sad to see it end. Esme was such a blast to play. I felt like I was walking into a playground everyday because the directors let me be creative with her. She was a gift. And the cast and crew were so wonderful. It was like a little family breaking up. I'd only been around for two of the nine years, so I'm sure it was even harder for the people who'd been there since the beginning.
Erin: (on Passions) It moves so quickly. Usually, you only shoot a few pages a day on prime time shows, and even less in film. When I first started working on the show, I was shocked that I'd have to shoot 20-30 pages a day. It's like doing a one act play every day with no rehearsal.