Erin (Lingít, Deisheetaan) graduated from The University of Alaska Southeast with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Theatre and Tlingit language, having the distinction of being named the Outstanding Graduate of the Liberal Arts. Since then, she has become passionate about working on projects that uplift Indigenous storytellers across all mediums.
As an actor, Erin most recently played the role of Rose in Where the Summit Meets the Stars by Frank Henry Kaash Katasse. She's also previously worked on such plays as Devilfish by Vera Starbard, Whalesong by Cathy Tagnak Rexford, Our Voices Will Be Heard by Vera Starbard, and the road weeps, the well runs dry by Marcus Gardley.
In the past few years, Erin has also gotten more into audiobook narration and voiceover work. She's lent her voice to Penguin Randomhouse's audiobooks for The Smell of Other People's Houses and Everyone Dies Famous in a Small Town by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock. A couple of other highlights as a voiceover artist have been Juneau Voices (a walking tour installation), an audio story about Autumn Peltier for Rebel Girls, and Inter-Dependence Day by Vera Starbard.
Erin currently resides in Juneau, Alaska. You can find her on Instagram at @erins_library.