Bio on Ericka Zepeda: With her everyday, girl-next-door charm, Ericka lends a natural approachability suited for TV and film. She’s starred in commercials for a variety of well-known brands over the years: Anna’s Linens, NFL Network, National University, Yoshinoya Restaurants, and H&R Block. In addition, she voiced an OMNI Trans radio spot that ran heavily in the Los Angeles area. Her ability to speak fluent Spanish and English has allowed brands to reach both markets.

Born in Mexico, Ericka got her start in acting back in 2006, mainly in commercials and voice over projects. In 2008 she landed her first television credit as a maid in the Spanish drama series, “Secretos.” Admired by her strong performance, she was invited back the following year for a different role in the show. Later that year, she continued to land roles in local commercials and corporate training videos, including POST, run by the State of California.

In 2011 she was cast in her first feature film – “Refuge from the Storm,” starring Michael Madsen – which is currently in select theaters across the country. In 2013, Ericka leant her talents to the stage, playing Miss Willie in the production of John Patrick’s comedic classic, “The Curious Savage.” Her performance was well received by local critics (Life In LA, NOHO Arts District and Examiner LA).

Ericka appeared on stage at Albuquerque’s Adobe Theater in 2017’s British farce, “Funny Money.” She followed it up in 2018 with the modern Shakespearean adaptation, “Measure for Measure,” and the Ken Ludwig comedy, “Moon Over Buffalo.”

At the moment she’s slated to star in the stage production of “Farragut North” by Beau Willimon (House of Cards, Ides of March).