Film, Video, and TV Movie Credits:
• Mrs. Miracle (2009) (TV) as Reba Maxwell
• Wyvern (2009) (TV) as Claire
• Trial by Fire (2008) (TV) as Chelsea
• Snowglobe (2007) (TV) as Claire
• Mrs. Wetherby's Treasure (2007) (V) as Sarah Paulson
• Luna: Spirit of the Whale (2007) (TV) as Jill Mackay
• Judicial Indiscretion (2007) (TV) as Jennifer
• Termination Point (2007) (TV) as Allison Curran
• Love and Other Dilemmas (2006) as Lucy Ladro
• Echoes of an Epic (2006) as Jody
• Almost Heaven (2006) as Catherine
• Earthsea (2004) (TV) as Diana
• Eve's Christmas (2004) (TV) as Mandy
• 10.5 (2004) (TV) as Rachel, Williams' Aide
• Family Sins (2004) (TV) as Carol Geck
• It Must Be Love (2004) (TV) as Tess Gazelle
• I Want to Marry Ryan Banks (2004) (TV) as Nikki
• Maximum Surge (2003) (TV) as Zoey
• Carrie (2002) (TV) as Madeline
Awards & Nominations:
• 2005 (N) - Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance by a Female, Leo Awards, for Godiva's episode "Begin It Now"
• 2006 (N) - Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series, Leo Awards, for Godiva's episode "Fancy Footwork"
• 2006 (N) - Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role, Gemini Awards, for Godiva's episode "Inked"
• 2007 (N) - Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama, Leo Awards, for Love and Other Dilemmas
• 2008 (N) - Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama, Leo Awards, for Luna: Spirit of the Whale (TV)
• 2008 (N) - Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series, Leo Awards, for Flash Gordon episode "Sorrow"
Some of the things Erin can't live without are her King-Kong-sized zip-around binder, trashy magazines, audiobooks, her Mary Kay sunless tanning lotion, her bracelet by Pyrrha, and Hanky Panky undies among others.
Her theatrical credits include Game Over (2003), Ripper II: Letter from Within/Death Door (2004), Almost Heaven (2006), Echoes of an Epic (2006), and Love and Other Dilemmas (2008).
The first time she thought about being an actor was when, in Grade 11, she had to pretend to be a car crash victim in an emergency response drill for volunteer firefighters. Her performance was so believable that her guidance counselor approached her and suggested a future in acting.
Erin is 5'4" (1.63 m) tall.
Erin divides her time between her home in Vancouver, British Columbia and her work in Los Angeles, California.
Although she loves to work on sci-fi shows, Erin admits to having difficulty with delivering dialogue involving "spaceship stuff".
She did the voices of Sylan and Leda Callisto in the video games Dark Angel (2002) and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2003), respectively.
In the Spring of 2009, Torch, her university's alumni magazine, did a feature on her entitled "Wouldn't Change a Thing".
When she was 10 years old, Erin delivered the local paper in Jasper, Alberta for six months to save up for her own TV.
Erin gets to hang out with her Being Erica co-stars outside of work like going out to dinner when they're in Toronto.
If she could go back in time, Erin would want to go back to the days of Shakespeare and go to the Globe Theatre.
Erin: I grew up in Jasper, and I love going back to fish, bike, hike, or just hang out in my mom's garden. I worked as a park guide, so I know Jasper National Park inside out.
Erin: (on seeing a psychologist for the sake of acting) The idea is to be as clean and mentally healthy as you can be. You allow yourself to be neutral for acting so you can go to darker places.
Erin: (oddest part of stardom) Facebook. People like asking for psychological advice about their regrets and stuff... and I'm just an actor. What are you doing!
Erin: (on her favorite weather) Fall in Jasper. It's crisp and the colours pop. You're wearing your favourite pair of jeans and hopefully there's a really good-looking guy holding your hand. Wait, that's not about the weather.
Erin: My family was really good about letting me do whatever I wanted to do. They usually didn't have a choice. But as long as I'm happy, they're happy. They didn't have any expectations. If anything, I put the expectations on myself.
Erin: (on playing a Jewish character in "Being Erica") I'm not Jewish and it scared me as an artist because I didn't know about being Jewish. I'm Ukrainian, but I learned that being Jewish is not that different. The guilt is the same and talking over each other is the same.
Erin: (the show being "Being Erica") What I've learned the most from this show is to just let things go, and not hang onto things or have guilt or regret, or worry about things because they're really pointless emotions to have.
Erin: I understand the desire to want to do things differently, but I don't know that my regrets have taken me to a place where I would want to go back. I'm very happy with my life and I think that it's important to make mistakes and fall down and get back up and learn from it.
Erin: I like playing flawed people that are a bit awkward and insecure, but still try to play them with a bit of resiliency of overcoming things and trying to make the most of their life.
Erin: Acting was a secret dream. Doesn't everyone want to be an actor? In university, I was accepted into the theatre program and my mom says, 'The hell you are.'
Erin: (what she doesn't want to get on Valentine's Day) More interview requests about Valentine's Day as it is a brutal reminder of how single, lonely, and celibate I am. And no more dates with guys under 25!
Erin: (on her personal regrets) I get asked about them a lot, and it's so weird to answer, because often, the real regrets you have aren't ones you'd ever want to tell someone.
Erin: (about winning the role of Erica Strange on "Being Erica") Sometimes I wonder if all the casting directors were sitting around in a room thinking: 'Who's awkward and kind of accident prone and kind of a loser?' and maybe thought of me.