ERICKA ROE

Ericka is an Irish actress from Dublin and is 5′ 4″ (162cms) tall.

Ericka stars as ‘Stacey’ in Rachel Carey’s feature film “DEADLY CUTS” which is currently trending on Netflix. The film follows the stylists of a Dublin hair salon who become accidental vigilantes as they take on a local gang threatening their community. Cast also includes Angeline Ball, Shauna Higgins, Lauren Larkin, and Ian Lloyd Anderson.

Screen credits also include a supporting role in Merman’s new series “EMERALD” directed by Dearbhla Walsh, ‘Angela’ in Blinder Films film “SUNLIGHT” (post-production), David Lester Mooney’s short film ‘CREEP HUNT’ (post-production), ‘Amy’ in Clare Dunne’s film “HERSELF” directed by Phyllida Lloyd (Mama Mia),   the BBC Television drama series “THE DUBLIN MURDERS”, RTE Television’s drama “TAKEN DOWN” directed by David Caffrey, and the short films “JELLY BABY”, and “A DIFFERENT KIND OF DAY” directed by Maria Doyle Kennedy.

Ericka performed with Fishamble who presented a public reading and livestreaming of NIGHT SHIFT by Rosaleen McDonagh in the Mick Lally Theatre, Galway, as part of the Misleor Festival of Nomadic Cultures. A couple of Ericka’s more recent theatre engagements also include the Abbey Theatre’s staging of  “WALLS AND WINDOWS” a play from Rosaleen McDonagh directed by Jason Byrne which was performed nightly to a live audience of 50 people in The Abbey and was also available on-demand. Prior to that she performed in Dermot Bolger’s one-woman play “THE MESSENGER” directed by Mark O’Brien at Axis Ballymun.