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A member of Actors Equity Association and the professional stage actor’s union, Eric is a thirty-five year veteran of theatre in Northern California. He got his start in the late 1970’s performing musical comedy alongside stage luminaries such as Gordon MacCrae, Tom Poston, Tom Euwell, Carol Lawrence, and Howard Keel. From there, he has performed everything from slapstick to Shakespeare. In New York, Eric performed Off-Broadway in the Pirates of Penzance and spent a season with the Light Opera of Manhattan. He has starred in several world and regional premieres, most recently creating the roles of Edgar Alan Poe in “Evermore” for the Foothill Theatre Company and Jack Hooper in "Erratica" for the Capital Stage Company. He is active in film, radio, and commercial productions in the Sacramento region where he currently resides with his wife Lisa and their 15 year old son, Christian. Eric has been featured in previous Watermark Films such as "Rachel" and last year's "The Killing of Mary Surratt".