Erica Hubbard was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 2, 1979. Erica, who is a model and a film and television actress, is famous for appearing in the 2006 ad campaign for skin cleanser brand Noxzema. She started acting at the tender age of nine, appearing in commercials for big-name brands Reebok, Sears, Kellog’s and McDonald's. She attended Columbia College, soon earning her Bachelor’s Degree after three years.
Erica Hubbard’s break into television came when she was cast on the series ER and Early Edition in the late 1990s. She soon landed roles in episodes of Undeclared, Boston Public and Judging Amy. In 2001, she was given the role of Jasmine in the romantic dance film Save the Last Dance, starring Julia Stiles. Hubbard was also seen appearing on Mad TV, before she was cast in the action film Banged Up. She was next seen on episodes of Joan of Arcadia, and worked once again with the series star Amber Tamblyn on her 2005 film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. In 2004, Hubbard was seen alongside Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray on the teen romantic comedy movie A Cinderella Story. She next made appearances on the series CSI: Miami and the comedy series Everybody Hates Chris. In 2006, she was cast as Kiana in the film Akeelah and the Bee, starring Keke Palmer, Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett. Hubbard decided to venture into horror films as well, accepting a role in the thriller Simon Says. Her next step became joining the cast of the ABC series Lincoln Heights. Her role is that of Cassiee Sutton, a troubled teenager dealing with problems concerning adjustment to a new home. Hubbard was also known for lending her voice to characters in the animated series The Replacements, a Disney Channel show that also features voices of Nancy Cartwright and Grey DeLisle.