Erica Hubbard started her career doing voice-overs and starring in commercials such as: McDonald's, MCI, Reebok and Sears. She has worked in many markets, including Chicago, New York and California.
Ms. Hubbard has performed in feature films distributed by Paramount, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. She has starred in television shows on various networks such as: CBS, NBC, MTV and FOX. In addition, she has graced the pages of many popular magazines, including Seventeen, Ebony and YM as a former Ford Model.
Erica attended Columbia College and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in three years. After graduating, Erica already had her own television show on WPWR, a UPN affiliate in Chicago. Before Erica's third season was aired, she received a Regional Emmy and earned a Service To America Award from the National Association of Broadcasters. This was a result of hosting the children/teen show: Up 'N Running. Erica Hubbard has also been nominated in 'What Would Jesus Do' stageplay, for the NAACP THEATRE AWARDS!
Erica's dynamic resume includes credits such as Save The Last Dance, A Cinderella Story, Light It Up and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (a New York Times Best Selling Novel) and Akeelah and the Bee for Lions Gate Films alongside another Chicagoan-Keke Palmer portraying Kiana (her older sister). Erica also has lend her voice to the Disney Animation The Replacements.
Erica worked as a Regular (as Cassie Sutton) on the critically acclaimed series Lincoln Heights for four seasons which originally aired on ABC Family and is currently syndicated on TV One (now available on DVD). Recently, Lincoln Heights television show won the NAACP Image Award for "Outstanding Best Drama Series"! Erica Hubbard also landed the role of Kita Whitmore on BET's "Let's Stay Together".
As a unionized actress, Erica Hubbard knows how important it is to be affiliated with organizations in her profession. Furthermore, she is a proud member of NATAS and Film Independent.
She successfully continues her career coast to coast while volunteering for such charities/organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club of America and her own cause for at-risk inner city youth through The Erica Hubbard Foundation.