About Erica Dorfler
ERICA DORFLER was born and raised in South Florida, the first in her family to be born in the United States. She is of Austrian, Nigerian, Portuguese, Indian, French and English descent. She graduated from the University of Miami, receiving a BFA in Musical Theater. She moved to Hong Kong for her first job before settling in New York, which she has called home for over a decade.
An accomplished singer, Erica has performed on stages all across North America: from the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra to a basement in Chinatown. She made her Broadway debut in the 2010 Tony Award-winning hit Memphis and has followed that with several Broadway performances including in the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning The Book of Mormon. She was most recently seen in the pre-Broadway run of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 at the American Repertory Theater and will be reprising her role in the original Broadway company this fall at the Imperial Theater.
She has begun to move her love of acting to the screen, starring in the short films “Maya” and “The Book of Living and Dying” and continues to search out complex and innovative characters like “Reporter” and “Security Guard” on television. Erica really just loves having fun in front of the camera and tries to flesh out the human experience, even if it’s just with a few lines.