Biography

Erin Gray Brown

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Erin’s obsessive compulsion to be on stage started at the age of nine when she played the “Angel” in a school production of “Johnny Appleseed”. After moving to San Diego from Texas with her family, and baby sister Jennie Gray, Erin was cast in “Gypsy” at the Jewish Community Center along with her mother and sister. Her one and only Junior Theatre production came a few years later when she was cast as a chorus member in “No, No, Nanette.” Since then Erin has performed in many different productions in many different areas of the country. From San Diego to Whitefish, Montana with a few stops along the way. Some favorite roles include: Miss Adelaide (Guys and Dolls), Belinda (Noises Off), Kate (Taming of the Shrew), Olive (Female version of The Odd Couple), The Kid (The Roar of the Greasepaint the Smell of the Crowd), Antonia (Man of La Mancha), Sandy (Grease), Hattie (Laundry and Bourbon), and Frumah Sarah (Fiddler on the Roof). Erin lives in Del Mar, spitting distance to her sister Jennie, and works as a clinic supervisor at UCSD Student Health Services. Erin’s greatest role to date is that of mother to her beautiful daughter, Casady and wife to her wonderful husband, Mark Brown.