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The youngest of four children, Erika T. Johnson was born and raised in Gary, Indiana. Erika’s love for performing started at a young age. She began dancing at Corrine’s Dance Studio and has never stopped. Erika graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Business and Dance. There she performed in several Emerging Artists Shows and Graduate Showings. Shortly after graduating, Erika moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in Dance. Erika is an accomplished dancer in a variety of styles including African, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Samba and Swing. She has appeared on the Tonight Show as well and the Kid’s Choice Awards with Will Smith. Erika has danced for numerous charities including Magic Johnson’s Midsummer’s Magic as a Harlem Renaissance Dancer. You can see Erika gracing the dance scene in a recent iPod commercial and on DVD swing dancing her way across the screen in Idlewild staring Terrence Howard, Andre 3000 and Big Boi. It is during her time in LA that she fell in love with acting. Erika has performed on the stage in the plays Through a Child’s Eyes and Paper Angels. She has also appeared on the small screen in The Forgotten, Strong Medicine and The Shield. It is with the continued support of family and friends that Erika is able to pursue her dreams. It is through her Art that she is able to express her love and thanks.
Don has been acting for 37 years, most recently, starring in the independent feature film “The Ufologist,” and on stage, in “The Fantasticks” as Henry at Theatre West, where he is a member. His career began with roles in “Death Wish II” and “St. Elmo’s Fire,” and has included appearances on various televisions series, independent feature films and on stage where he has performed in more than fifty productions, including highly acclaimed productions of “The Fantasticks,” Agatha Christie’s “Black Coffee,” Ayn Rand’s “Night of January 16th,” Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” Simon Gray’s “Molly,” and Patrick Hamilton’s “Gaslight.” Some of the memorable roles included the motion picture “Adaptation” (with Meryl Streep), starring in the independent feature film “The Commission” portraying Senator John Sherman Cooper of Kentucky on the Warren Commission and his portrayal of Hubert Humphrey in NBC’s series “Dark Skies” and the acclaimed mini-series “LBJ, the Early Years.”
Like 99% of actors, Aaron is a transplant from outside of L.A. He left Denver in 2004 to pursue this dream. The Beverly Hills Playhouse has been home for the past 8 years. It has been a fantastic place to study and improve his craft. He’s done several plays for the theater company and made countless invaluable friends and professional connections there. Well before The Ufologist was ever conceived, Aaron met and became friends with Alycia Tracy (producer/ costar of the Ufologist). That friendship and the years of training led to Aaron eventually playing Skot Wimby to perfection. Well, maybe not perfection, but certainly to a special level (with the emphasis on special). Aaron can also be seen getting eaten by zombies in the second webisode of “Cronicles of the Dead.” If you haven’t had enough of him at this point, he also plays a WWII medic in the upcoming film “Little Boy.” Here’s hoping his part isn’t cut out. No matter what happens with this career, Aaron has already succeeded beyond his highest aspirations. L.A. is where he met his beautiful wife.