January 2, 1979
42 years old
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
57 kg | 125.5 pounds
Erica Hubbard was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on January 2, 1979, is an American actress and model.
Young Erica Hubbard first started her professional career in commercials, at the age of nine.
She got her television debut in the NBC medical drama television series ER (1997) in role as Girl on El.
She made her big screen debut in crime teen drama movie Light It Up (1999) in role as Girl One (Bathroom), with Forest Whitaker and Usher Raymond.
Her breakthrough performance came as Cassandra "Cassie" Sutton in ABC family television series Lincoln Heights (2007–2009).
Fall Girls (2019) comedy in role as Tyra, opposite Veronica Blakney, Ben Bunnag and Joely Fisher
Perfectly Single (2019) comedy in role as Edith, with J. Alphonse Nicholson, Omar Gooding and Torrei Hart
Professor Mack (2019) comedy romance in role as Ayesha Johnson, opposite Robert Christopher Riley and Amin Joseph
Just a Friend (2019) comedy in role as Wanda, with Drew Sidora and Toccara Jones
She played Kiana Anderson in drama movie Akeelah and the Bee (2006) opposite Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett.
Save the Last Dance (2001) teen dance in role as Jasmine
Black Coffee (2014) romance comedy in role as Mita
The Ideal Husband (2011) musical in role as Michelle
Dysfunctional Friends (2012) drama comedy in role as Catrece
Forbidden Woman (2013) drama in role as Vanessa Young
My Favorite Five (2015) romance in role as Sybil
72 Hours (2015) romance in role as Lanae
The Other Side (2018) romance comedy in role as Gemma
She won a Regional Emmy award for hosting the show Up'N Running (1997–2002).
She portrayed Kita Whitmore in BET romantic comedy television series Let's Stay Together (2011-2014).
She voiced Abbey in animated series The Replacements (2006–2007).
She had a guest roles in television shows: Chicago Med (2017), Awkward Black Girl (2013), Cold Case (2010), Everybody Hates Chris (2005), CSI: Miami (2005), Joan of Arcadia (2004), Judging Amy (2003), Boston Public (2002), The Zeta Project (2002), MADtv (2002) and Do Over (2002).
Studied at Columbia College in Chicago.
Had a voice role in the video game "The Walking Dead".
Featured in advertising campaigns for McDonald's, Reebok, Sears, best known as the Noxzema girl for its 2006 campaign.
She has been in a relationship with American actor Robert Adamson (2011).