was born in Waxahachie, Texas where she grew up a tomboy.
She wanted to do anything and everything from dance
to being the only girl to bring a wild snake to show
in tell in first grade. In the elementary school plays
and dance recitals whether she was cast in the lead
or not she always seemed to find her way to the front.
Eryn graduated high school sixth in her class, was Homecoming
Queen, Cheerleader and Miss Waxahachie High School.
During her freshman year
in high school, however, Eryn's life took a major
turn. Her older brother Drew, who was her best friend,
confidante and acting companion, was killed in a car
wreck. Eryn's world turned upside down, and she spent
a lot of time alone in her room. After realizing that
the world was going to move on with or without her,
she chose to follow her passion for acting, her brother
always with her in spirit. She met thirty-year old
veteran Ken Farmer, who became her teacher, mentor
and coach. Armed with the experience, Eryn signed
with the Campbell Agency in Dallas.
Graduating from the University of
North Texas with specialties in Communication, Sociology,
and Radio, Television and Film, Eryn now works for
the AJ Foyt Racing Team as a spokes model. She is
currently the lead in a feature production
and has been in over 10 films, including "Matchstick
(which won first place at the Hollywood Underground
Film Festival) Eryn is currently set to co-star and
associate produce a four million dollar independent
film entitled "Bad
Moon Rising" by Handshake Films.