Erin Marie Garrett is an American actress and model. She has appeared in many broadcasts, publications and ads including New Balance, Planet Muscle Magazine, Physique Magazine, Ironman Fitness, American Racing, Men’s Fitness.com, Muscle Milk, Miller Lite, FOX & Friends, Time Warner Cable Sports, Geraldo at Large, CNN, MTV2, Warner Bros television and more…
Erin was a sponsored athlete & spokesmodel for MHP (Maximum Human Performance). She traveled nationally as a fitness spokesmodel and appeared in publication for company.
The Bombshell was the Pinup Model for Million Air as the “nose -art” model on the company’s beautiful A26 aircraft from the World War II era. She toured with, made appearances and can also be seen in publications for the company.
She was a live TV host for Time Warner Cable Sports Texas, as well as Texas Cheerleader Magazine’s State Competitions. She was on for two seasons as a host with TWC Sports; and has also had numerous radio appearances during her two year reign as “Miss Arenacross”, promoting Clear Channel’s national motocross tour.
She recently wrapped several short films in Texas and in Louisiana, along with several feature films… An untitled thriller in Oklahoma set for release in a lead role as “Amelia”; “Charlie: A Toy Story”-a Dallas International Film Festival premiere- in which she played “Misti Reed”, directed by Garry A. Brown (Breakout Kings, Prison Break, Walker Texas Ranger); “Phobia” starring Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Book of Shadows; Blair Witch 2) directed by Jon Keeyes (Living And Dying, American Nightmare), in which she played the “Woman In Park”; “The Ghost of Goodnight Lane” starring Billy Zane (Titanic, Back To The Future) as “Anchorwoman”; a pilot (with rumors of a possible Sci-Fi series) called “The Mechanical Grave” produced by Highland Myst Entertainment; another short called “The Ugly” as “Nancy”, a tongue-in-cheek horror flick (2012 Bare Bones Film Festival-two award nominations: Best Picture Action-Short & Best Ensemble Cast in Non-Feature Movie, and received awards for Best Picture Action-Short, Audience Award for Best Poster, which is of Erin, and the prestigious Ford Austin Award for Best Shot); and a feature called “Cameraman” (a suspense thriller playing the part of “Marie”), starring Pruitt Taylor Vince (Constantine, Monster, Natural Born Killers). She also was on set for the NBC television series “Chase”, and worked on TNT’s new “Dallas” series. She is currently involved in production of a few other films and projects as well, with no plans of slowing down. Her latest film project is titled “The Harrowing”, in which she plays “Bethany” along side ‘scream-queen’ Debbie Rochon and USA Film Festival honoree, actor/producer Matthew Thompkins. The film tells the story of a detective accused of the ritualistic murder of his best friend, a vice detective bent on finding the truth is plunged into Hell when he goes undercover and discovers that demons might be real.
As a professional football player for the Lingerie Football League’s Dallas Desire (now called the ‘Legends’ Football League), she took the field as a defensive end, running back and tight end. She was a league media personality and icon gracing the cover of the LFL’s 2010 calendar and won the league’s first ever Mortaza Award for passion, determination and excellence on and off the field; and was also a member of the All-Fantasy team for the all-star game at the historic Monterrey Arena in Monterrey, Mexico. FOX News spot: LFL
Erin holds several pageant titles for swimwear and fitness including Hawaiian Tropic, Darque Tan and Planet Beach. Her fitness background consists of two Europa NPC titles; Miss Florida Fitness (tall class), and Miss Fitness Southern USA.
In addition, she is a trained vocalist and choreographer with over 10 years of experience in the performing arts. One of her music ventures was singing, rapping & writing in a Hip Hop/Pop group called “The Wax Poetics”. She performed solo and with her band, at notable venues such as The House of Blues, Lone Star Park, the original Texas Stadium; and has performed nationally at several other prestigious events for crowds up to 32,000 people.
Erin’s first performance was at 7 years of age in a school play, in which she was “The girl who believed” in “Noah and the Ark”. From then on she continued to act, sing, dance and play sports in various places. The background of a military brat gave her several different homes across the USA; but she attended high school in Florida and has family in several southern states. It is because of this, she says, that she has grown up with the heart of a southern girl. She is continuing to pursue a career in the field of entertainment as an actress, and hopes to work with many of her inspirations in the industry.
Erin currently resides in Dallas, Texas and has been coined the “Texan Triple Threat”.