Where You’ve Seen Hallmark Newcomer Erica Cerra Before


Erica Cerra may have gotten her start in commercials and the Knowledge Network’s children’s program “Kidzone,” but she really made waves as Jo Lupo on the long-running show “Eureka.” SyFy hosted the show for five seasons beginning in 2006. Cerra starred as a no-nonsense deputy sheriff in the drama, first appearing in the pilot episode. When “Eureka” was not renewed for a sixth season, Cerra told The Hollywood Reporter, “I have learned so much being on ‘Eureka,’ I have grown as an actress, as a person, and I feel prepared to tackle whatever my next role is in full force.”

While she didn’t pick up anything long-term immediately after “Eureka,” it’s easy to see why she is so memorable as Cerra has appeared in many episodes of television shows, including “Smallville,” “Supernatural,” “The 100,” and “The Good Doctor.” She maintains that despite her long run on “Eureka,” it might not be the show most people know her from. Telling Backstage, “A lot of people recognize me or know me from ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ but I only did a couple of episodes.”

Aside from the small screen, Cerra has also made her way into blockbuster movies. You might recall her as Hera in “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief” or June Kwan in the 2017 remake of “Power Rangers.” Or, perhaps her voice invokes déjà vu, as she stars as mom Susan in three of the “Diary of A Wimpy Kid” animated films.

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