Erika J. Wilson makes her first appearance ever in a feature film with Lazarus Rising.
Erika, also widely known by her nickname Brika Brack; is an English High Honors graduate of the University of New Hampshire. She is an actress, producer, model, host, singer, dancer, writer, purveyor of positivity, free spirit and all over entertainer.
She has done print modeling for publications such as New Hampshire Magazine, is a correspondent for NHSeacoast.tv and has been an emcee for such events as the Seacoast Home and Garden Show at the University of New Hampshire and Taste Magazine’s, Taste of the Seacoast Bash.
She has performed in numerous theatrical productions, most notably in an award winning adaptation of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” in which she was highly praised and in the critically acclaimed “Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl. She again graces the stage soon in a George Hosker Bouley original production at the Lamies Inn of Hampton and another at Portsmouth, NH’s, West End Theater.
She is a member of New Hampshire Media Makers and has participated in the story development, production and acted in two NH 48 hour films, one of which (“Coming of Age”) won 2012’s ‘NH Best Picture’ Award. She has also produced, written and acted for the stage comedy and film troupe DARWiN’S WAiTiNG ROOM and numerous film production companies throughout the seacoast.
As a lover of independent film she has worked with the NH Film Festival as venue coordinator, media teammate and film screening committee member. In 2013 she founded the Seacoast Film Society and became discussion leader/host of its varied topical meet ups and screenings. In 2014 she was honored with the opportunity to work at the “Hollywood of Europe”, Cinecitta Studios in Rome, Italy.
You can catch her now on screen in her just released short film “Arabel” (arabelthemovie.com), which premiered as an official selection of the 2014 New Hampshire Film Festival and has also screened at the 2014 Cape Ann Film Festival in Gloucester, MA.
Learn more about Erica Wilson at IMDB