Erica Hubbard hot young
January 2, 1979
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
57 kg | 125.5 pounds
Erica Hubbard was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on January 2, 1979, is an American hot actress. Young Erica Hubbard began her career in commercials, at the age of nine. She made her television show debut in Up'N Running (1997–2002). She made her big screen debut in crime teen drama film Light It Up (1999) with Forest Whitaker and Usher Raymond. Her breakthrough performances came as Cassandra "Cassie" Sutton in the television series Lincoln Heights (2006–2009) and as Kiana Anderson in drama movie Akeelah and the Bee (2006) opposite Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett.
Save the Last Dance (2001) teen dance in role as Jasmine
Black Coffee (2014) romance comedy in role as Mita
The Ideal Husband (2011) musical in role as Michelle
Dysfunctional Friends (2012) drama comedy in role as Catrece
Forbidden Woman (2013) drama in role as Vanessa Young
My Favorite Five (2015) romance in role as Sybil
72 Hours (2015) romance in role as Lanae
Perfectly Single (2018) comedy in role as Edith
The Other Side (2018) romance comedy in role as Gemma
She is also known for her voice over work on the animated series The Replacements and in the game " The Walking Dead ".
She appeared in advertising campaigns for McDonald's, Reebok, Sears, best known as the Noxzema girl for its 2006 campaign.
Studied at Columbia College.
She has been in a relationship with American actor Robert Adamson (2011).
Most of the time, they're people that are fans from Lincoln Heights that come follow my career and see what I'm doing. And then the people that are new would Google and they'll be like, Oh, she was in Lincoln Heights so they end up going to YouTube and seeing my work ! And I so appreciate that. Out here, it's really rough, it's really hard so when you have people cheering you on, it just helps you.
Just because you’re in a relationship and you feel like it’s not working, give it another try. Always keep trying because the more effort you put into a relationship, that’s what’s going to make it work.