Erin said she would love to do a comedy with a dark ending.
She began to study improv at Upright Citizen's Brigade in 2006.
Erin has partnered up with LOL, which is a foundation that goes to inner city schools, schools across the board and all around the world, and teach improv and acting to kids.
Erin lives on the water and likes to surf, hike and do yoga.
Erin's first screen role was in the 2004 movie Finding Kate.
Erin filmed Loving Annabelle in 2005 with writer/director Katherine Brooks. She had met Katherine four years earlier when Katherine walked up to Erin in the audience of a play and said, "Please tell me you're an actress!"
Erin-created the LA Cafe Plays with Mike Myers, Marcus Flanigan and Micheal Laurie.
When Erin first moved to LA she did many commercials to gain financial freedom.
In LA Erin joined a theatre company. They founded the Ruskin Group Theatre where she produced and acted in several productions.
It was important to her parents that she went to college, so she moved to New York to attend college. After finishing one year there she moved to Los Angeles. Then she became a student of a small two-year Meisner Technique School.
Erin was in her first real play in seventh grade at a community theatre.
She graduated from high school at the age of sixteen after only three years.
As a child Erin had a very supportive and musical family, which motivated her to become an actress.
Erin has two brothers. Her younger brother Jason is a singer.
As a child, Erin's family did not own a television.
Erin's favorite movies are Waiting for Guffman, Little Miss Sunshine, and Shawshank Redemption.
Erin enjoys collecting children books.
Erin Kelly: (on her column from Loving Annabelle, if she is writing from her perspective or Annabelle's) That's a good question – I am actually writing it from me, even though it is called "Ask Annabelle." I entitled it that originally because the idea was to make it from Annabelle. But, I changed my mind. And even once I decided it would be from me, I realized that the demographic of women who follow my site are fans from Loving Annabelle, so they know me as that character. So, yes, the comments are coming from me, as well as from a therapist who is working with me as a consultant for that section.
Erin Kelly: (on switching roles to play a focused, promiscuous seducer in the movie Waking Madison because Katherine Brooks said she was good at it) [sarcastically] Oh, no. I've never had any experience in that area. [laughs] No, it's all just pulling from my imagination.
Erin Kelly: (on planning to play the role Alexis in the movie Waking Madison) Right. I was. But I ended up playing Grace, which, in the end, worked out. I thought the role of Grace was much more interesting for me, as an actor.
Erin Kelly: (on her character Grace connecting with other patients in the movie Waking Madison) Yeah, all of the girls. In the story, there's a community room where we all connect and [develop] relationships with each other. There's the bully, Margaret, played by Taryn Manning, and Imogen Poots as Alexis, the wounded girl who's tormented by Margaret. And I'm the character between the two of them.
Erin Kelly: (On her character Grace's addictions in the ward in the movie Waking Madison) [She] seduces orderlies, but none of the other patients.
Erin Kelly: (On her character named Grace in the film Waking Madison) Grace is one of the patients Madison meets at a mental institution. And Grace is there because she's a sex addict and a drug addict; she has an addictive personality.
Erin Kelly: I would love, love, love to do comedy. It would be so much fun. But I like the dark, f---ed-up roles.
Erin Kelly: I don't feel other people find me amusing. But I amuse myself.
Erin Kelly: (About forgetting her lines in a play) The only time I've ever forgotten my lines onstage was during a Café Play. It was with Jake Newton, who played Cat's brother in Loving Annebelle. He and I looked at each other - it wasn't for very long - but it felt like an eternity.
Erin Kelly: (How the film Loving Annebelle has affected her career) Well, first of all, it's an honor to have such a loyal lesbian fan base. Women are strength … they have much more power than society sometimes tells us they do. Women kick ass. What could be better than kick-ass fans?