Erinn Holmes is a native of Illinois. After studying theatre at Sterling College in Kansas, she received her MFA in Acting at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Erinn then went on to pursue her career in New York, working both on stage and on screen, before moving to Los Angeles in 2010. She returned to New York in 2015 and was most recently seen at TheaterLab in Daniel McCoy's satirical comedy, Dick Pix, directed by Heidi Handelsman. Other theatre highlights include the world premiere of Michael Weller's Jericho (The Attic Theater Company at the Wild Project, dir. Laura Braza), Disgraced (Fulton Theatre, dir. Marc Robin), North of Sunset, West of Vine (Greenway Arts Alliance Theater, dir. Mary Jo DuPrey), Two Rooms (Crane River Theater, dir. Steve Barth), From the Inside, Out (FringeNYC, dir. Erika Christensen), and The Guest at Central Park West (Workshop Theater, dir. Thomas Coté). Film and television credits include Franklin Street Station (TV pilot), The Young & the Restless, All My Children, and "Mental" (short film).