A time out from the animals.
A time out from the animals.

I have been in the business of show, professionally for 27 yrs. One of my first paying jobs was doing dance-o-grams run by my Mormon dance teacher. I shit you not. Ask my mom and Dad they were my chaperones...sometimes. Or it was my best friend Leanne.


I have two girls who I love. I love...but they talk too much and fight on occasion. Literally. Whenever we have a special occasion, they fight.


I like hearing other parents outrageous and offensives stories about their kids as well as sharing mine on things like my "Use Your Words" podcast. Check out the link above to have a listen. Or if you're in the Toronto area drop by one of my "Time Out! A Stand Up Comedy Night For Parents" shows. They are a TON of fun in  kid free zone. 


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An honours graduate of the Sheridan College musical theater program, Erin’s hilarious quick wit made her an easy sell as she was snapped up for leading roles in such hit shows as “Crazy For You” at the Royal Alexandra theatre, “I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change” and the original U.S. tour of “Rent”. During her run with Rent Erin’s portrayal of “Maureen”, the quirky hilarious performance artist, resulted in International accolades and a huge fan base.

Changing gears slightly, Erin began writing stand-up comedy and her own one-woman shows. She was quickly booked and back on the road performing at huge fundraising galas in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los-Angeles and right here at home in Toronto.

Transitioning to the screen, Erin co-wrote the play turned CBC special, TO DIE 4, which she garnered a Canadian Comedy Award Best Writing nomination. She was a regular on CTV’s Comedy Inc. and the animated series “Grossolgy”, and can now be seen in the Award Winning feature film STAG in wide distribution across North America.


You can also catch Erin’s hilarious live events and Internet brand “MotherLoadTV”, which was recently filmed as a live HBO style comedy special.





Sleeping with my eyes open at some school thing.