Biography

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As an international Actress, Model and United Nations Ambassador for UNICEF, Tami Erin has had the pleasure of traveling to 14 countries and over 35 states in the U.S.

Tami Erin served as a United Nations Ambassador for UNICEF, speaking in multiple countries on behalf of the United Nations about the hunger, education and wartime issues children face globally. Highlights included speaking at the United Nations on World Children’s Day to the delegates of over 100 countries. Other United Nations Ambassadors for UNICEF include Angelina Jolie, Celine Dion, Selena Gomez and David Beckham.

Tami Erin has trained at some of the most prestigious acting institutes in the country, including the AFI/American Film Institute (Clint Eastwood, Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese), with world-renowned Actor/Acting Coach Jeff Corey, Founder of The Actor’s Lab (Jack Nicholson, Dustin Hoffman, Jane Fonda, and James Dean among many others), as well as with Molly McCarthy of Lee Strasberg’s Actors Studio in NYC (Marilyn Monroe, Al Pacino, Uma Thurman and Robert De Niro).

Tami Erin has worked with leading Hollywood Directors including Ken Annakin (Disney Legend, Disney Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient, and director of over 40 movies), Dennis Dugan (I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, and The Benchwarmers) and Matthew Rolston (America’s Next Top Model, Madonna: The Video Collection, L’Oréal, and Miley Cyrus “The Climb”). Additionally, she has worked with actors including Sylvester Stallone (Rocky, Rambo, and Antz), Dick Van Patten (Eight Is Enough, 7th Heaven, and Touched By An Angel) and Natasha Henstridge (Species, The Whole Nine Yards, and Bounce), among many others.

Her humanitarian pursuits have revealed her longtime commitment to children worldwide. Her proudest moments were serving as a United Nations Ambassador as well as her charity work with Create Now, where Tami Erin co-designed a line of “Pippi Longstocking” inspired apparel sold in Europe, Japan and throughout the US, with 100% of the profits benefitting Create Now. Create Now has a number of amazing supporters, including Oprah Winfrey’s Angel Network, Global Exchange, and countless celebrities. Tami Erin also supports The Eve Branson Foundation, Babes In Toyland, The Susan G Koman Foundation, Best Friends Animal Society, The Make A Wish Foundation, Red Cross, Buddhabark, and Hearts, along with numerous others. In addition, Tami Erin starred in a music video with Macy Gray and Freedom called “Move On” to benefit Haiti.

The following is a shortlist of Tami Erin’s professional accomplishments, including appearances in movies, television, commercial campaigns, radio, magazines and newspapers internationally. This is by no means all inclusive.

MOVIES, TV & RADIO

ABC Broadcasting
Alice 97.3 Sarah & No Name
ARD Television (Germany)
BBC – British Broadcasting Television (England)
Columbia Pictures
Disney Channel
Entertainment Tonight
FOX
Fuji Television (Japan)
Funny Or Die
Good Morning America
HBO
KRON 4
MTV
Nickelodeon Television
Positive Television
QVC
Radio Disney
Real TV
Showtime
Starz
Sveriges Television (Sweden)
The Today Show
T RadioV
TMZ On TV
VH1
Warner Bros.
WB 20
WTV

COMMERCIALS/MODELING CAMPAIGNS

Aquafresh Toothpaste
Abraham & Straus
Angeleno Magazine
Apex Publishing
AT&T
Carefree Sugarless Gum
Cheerios Cereal
Coca Cola
Freixenet Champagne
General Mills
Getty Images
Hasbro Toys
Hearts
Hostess Cupcakes
La Fine
Macy’s
Morgan Le Faye
Nestle Chocolate
Nexxus Haircare
Penguin Books
Sears
Silver Oaks Cellars
Smooch
Texas Instruments Computers
Trivial Pursuit Board Game
Trivial Pursuit Millennium Edition
WEN

MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS

Bel Air Magazine
Chicago Tribune
Daily Variety
Dallas Morning News
Elle (International)
Glamour
Houston Chronicle
Los Angeles Times
Miami Herald
National Geographic World
New York Post
New York Times
People
Premiere
San Francisco Chronicle
Seventeen
Splice
Tiger Beat
TOP Magazine Italy
USA Today
Variety
Vogue (International)
Washington Post
Woman’s Day

*Countless Magazines & Newspapers Worldwide