Erin Cahill Biography

(Best Known for Her Role as ‘Jen Scotts’ in the TV Series ‘Power Rangers Time Force’)

Birthday: January 4, 1980 (Capricorn)

Born In: Stafford, Virginia, United States

Erin Cahill is an American actress who has garnered popularity for her performances in TV series ‘Power Rangers Time Force’, ‘How I Met Your Mother’ and ‘Saving Grace’. She is also known for her performance as the recurring character ,Felicity, in the ABC series ‘Red Widow’ and for lending her voice to Chloe “Karma” Lynch in the video game ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’. A Virginia native, Cahill got her start as an actress in her mother’s local high school productions when she was four years old. At the age of eight, she began taking singing and dancing lessons. She acted throughout her high-school years and enrolled at Marymount Manhattan College in New York. However, she dropped out at the age of 19 and relocated to Los Angeles to become an actress. Cahill made her screen debut in 2000 in the short film ‘Speed for Thespians’. Since then, she has delivered memorable performances in movies , such as ‘Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2’, ‘Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3’ and ‘The Watcher’. For her performance in ‘Cut to the Chase’, Cahill won the Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film at the 2016 Northeast Film Festival.
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Also Known As: Erin Jessica Cahill

Age: 44 Years, 44 Year Old Females


Spouse/Ex-: Paul Freeman (m. 2016)

father: Steven Cahill

mother: Deborah Cahill

siblings: Lauren Cahill

Actresses American Women

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Females

U.S. State: Virginia

Notable Alumni: Marymount Manhattan College

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education: Marymount Manhattan College

In 2000, Cahill made her first screen appearance in the 2000 short film ‘Speed for Thespians’. However, some sources claim that her debut screen appearance occurred in the 1996 film ‘Space and Tube’, portraying the role of Kimber. Cahill was cast as the Pink Time Force Ranger Jennifer “Jen” Scotts in ‘Power Rangers Time Force’ (2001), the ninth season of Fox’s Power Rangers franchise. She subsequently reprised the role in the video game version of the season (2001); direct-to-video films ‘Power Rangers Time Force - Quantum Ranger: Clash for Control’ (2001), ‘Power Rangers Time Force: Photo Finish’ (2001), ‘Power Rangers Time Force: The End of Time’ (2002), and ‘Power Rangers Time Force: Dawn of Destiny’(2002); and two episodes of the tenth season, ‘Power Rangers Wild Force’ (2002).
Her first film was the teen romance ‘The Biggest Fan’, but it was not released until 2005. She had her cinematic debut in writer/director Will Hess’ 2003 film ‘Bill the Intern’. In the ensuing years, she has appeared in TV shows like ‘Supernatural’, ‘CSI: Miami’, ‘The Mentalist’, ‘Castle’, ‘Ghost Whisperer’, ‘Grey's Anatomy’, and ‘House’. In 2008, she guest-starred in a season-four episode of the CBS sitcom ‘How I Met Your Mother’, playing the role of Ted Mosby’s sister, Heather. She has also provided the voice for various video-game characters, including Carla the Jackal in ‘James Bond in Agent Under Fire’ (2001), ‘Shining Force EXA’ (2007), and Chloe “Karma” Lynch in ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’ (2012).
In 2006, she portrayed the female lead Amber Danwood in Fox’s short-lived partially improvised sitcom ‘Free Ride’. Cahill appeared in six episodes of the ABC soap opera ‘General Hospital’ in 2009. Between 2009 and 2010, she played Kendra Burke, Butch Ada’s (Bailey Chase) fiancée, in the third season of TNT’s crime-drama series ‘Saving Grace’. However, the show was cancelled before the showrunners had the chance to further develop her character. In the short-lived ABC thriller-drama series ‘Red Widow’ (2013), she was cast in the recurring role of Felicity.
Over the years, while maintaining a prominent presence on television, she has been simultaneously active on the big screen as well. Mentioned above. She starred as Rachel Ashe in the second (2011) and third (2012) instalments in the Beverly Hills Chihuahua film franchise. In 2016, she was cast as Emma in the horror thriller ‘The Watcher’. Cahill is set to star in the upcoming films ‘Church People’, ‘Loren and Rose’, ‘The Order’, and ‘Krushers’.
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Family & Personal Life
Born on January 4, 1980, in Stafford, Virginia, USA, Erin Cahill is the daughter of Deborah and Steven Cahill. She has a sister named Lauren. Her early acting experiences were in her mother’s local high school productions. At age eight, she joined singing and dancing classes. She was named Miss Pre-Teen Virginia in 1991 and the first runner-up for Miss Junior America.
She studied at Brooke Point High School, where she was part of the drama program. Cahill was also named the President of a number of clubs at Brooke Point, including the Honor Thespians group. In her junior year, Cahill was the only student in her class to accumulate the perfect scores in all stages of her audition to the Governor's School for the Arts in drama. When she was 16 years old, Cahill received the Overall Actor accolade in the Actors, Models, Talent for Christ competition. Furthermore, she got into the Barton and Williams Dance Company, claiming both company and individual awards for herself. After she graduated from high school in 1998, she enrolled at Marymount Manhattan College in New York on an academic and performing arts scholarship. However, she dropped out about a year later and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of her becoming an actress.
On September 3, 2016, Cahill exchanged wedding vows with the Welsh-born American folk-pop singer-songwriter Paul Freeman in a ceremony held in Cote d'Azur, France. She is the co-founder of Charitable Living, an initiative that provides support to the local community through fundraising and volunteering.

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