Erin will be appearing Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Combo Autograph/Selfie: $70
Professional Photo Ops: (On Sale Now)
Love, Fall & Order duo: $110
(Photo Op purchase includes a digital download)
Erin will have a Q&A panel (Date and time TBD)
Autographs and Selfies will be cash only at artist’s table.
Professional Photo Ops are on sale now!
You must have a valid entrance ticket in order to redeem a photo op.
Erin Cahill is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Jen Scotts in Power Rangers Time Force (2001), Ted Mosby's sister, Heather, in How I Met Your Mother (2005) and Kendra Burke in Saving Grace (2007). She had a recurring role as Felicity in the ABC series Red Widow (2013). She is also noted to be the first lead female character for the Call of Duty franchise, as Chloe 'Karma' Lynch in Call of Duty: Black Ops II (2012). Cahill was born in Stafford, Virginia. She began acting in her mother's local high school productions at age four, and started singing and dancing lessons at age eight. She was Miss Pre-Teen Virginia in 1991 and the first runner-up for Miss Junior America. She continued to act into her high school years at Brooke Point High School, where she served as the president of many clubs, including the Honor Thespians group. As a junior, Cahill was the only one of her year to garner perfect scores in all phases of her audition to the Governor's School for the Arts in drama. At age 16, she also won Overall Actor in the Actors, Models, Talent for Christ competition. She was further selected into the Barton and Williams Dance Company, winning both company and individual awards. Following high school graduation in 1998, she attended Marymount Manhattan College in New York on an academic and performing arts scholarship. She left college at age 19 to pursue a full-time acting career in Los Angeles. Cahill was cast as Jen Scotts, the Pink Time Force Ranger, in Power Rangers Time Force (2001). She started her guest starring roles in 2003 with Crossing Jordan (2001) and General Hospital (1963). In 2006, she starred in the short-lived Fox series Free Ride (2006). Her first big guest star came the following year in 2007 as a 20th-century suffragette in the Cold Case (2003) episode Cold Case: Torn (2007). Since then, she has worked in numerous films and television shows such as Supernatural (2005), CSI: Miami (2002), The Mentalist (2008), Castle (2009), Ghost Whisperer (2005), Grey's Anatomy (2005), and House (2004). She has appeared in commercials for Bank of America, TJ Maxx, Hyundai, Applebee's, Tampax, Lean Cuisine, Honda, and Land Rover Discovery Sport Cahill's international commercial for Land Rover Discovery Sport ran in 2015. Passionate about charity, Cahill co-founded the group, Charitable Living, which services the local community throughout the year with various fundraisers and days of volunteering.In May 2015, Cahill joined non-profit group BuildOn and traveled to Malawi to promote education and build schools.