Originally from Yukon, Oklahoma, Erin Elizabeth Cook started training for her career in Theatre, Television, and Film at the age of twelve. She has appeared in various TV Shows, Theatrical Productions, and Independent films across the United States including California, Oregon, Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. She has been featured in over twenty Television shows including ABC’s The Practice, NBC’s Las Vegas, and CBS’s Jag and most well known for her Principal role in the Lifetime Movie Network Feature Film, If Looks Could Kill, directed by James Cullen Bressack, and Supporting villain role in Starship Valiant: The Ties That Bind, a Star Trek fan favorite directed by Michael L. King.
Erin Elizabeth started her training under Cliff Osmond (The Odd Couple, Kiss Me Stupid, Starsky and Hutch). In 2004, she was one of twenty students chosen out of over 300 to train under Will Boroski and Bill Erwin (Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Huckleberry Finn, Home Alone). In their Master’s Acting Program at the Las Colinas Movie Studios, she discovered Stanislavski’s Method and Meisner’s Acting techniques. Most recently she has trained at the Actor Factory under Casting Directors and Acting Coaches Chris Friehofer (American Honey, August: Osage County), Matthew Barry (The Notebook, Rush Hour), and Ricki Maslar (Christmas in the Heartland, Dahmer). She also has behind the camera training from her Mentors Sam Baldoni, Mike Erwin, and Ryan Bellgardt.
Erin Elizabeth has also appeared on stage in many Leading and Supporting roles in plays such as The Mousetrap, The Curious Savage, and Our Town. After a ten year hiatus, she re-launched her career on stage as Ruth in Blithe Spirit at Jewel Box Theatre and wrote, produced, and performed her own one-woman show, Lizzie Borden: Pigeon-Holed, which is now being developed into a Feature length film. Since returning to the regional Film Industry three years ago, she has appeared in over 25 Shorts, Features, and Commercials. Many of the films are currently running the Film Festival Circuit receiving multiple nominations and wins including her own nomination for “Best Actress” at Bare Bones International Film Festival. Currently in production, she has the leading role in a local feature, The Watcher and a Principal role in the Feature Film Wake Up (Starring Francesca Eastwood and Jonathan Rhys Meyers).