Erin Richards Biography
Table of Contents
- 1 Erin Richards Biography
- 2 10 Facts About Erin Richards
- 3 Erin Richards Age
- 4 Erin Richards Career
- 5 Erin Richards Movies And Tv Shows
- 6 Erin Richards Gotham
- 7 Erin Richards Merlin
- 8 Erin Richards Open Grave
- 9 Erin Richards Crossing Lines
- 10 Erin Richards Boyfriend
- 11 Erin Richards Height
- 12 Erin Richards Net Worth
- 13 Erin Richards Instagram
- 14 Erin Richards Interview
- 15 Erin Richards Contacts
- 16 Related Biographies
Erin Richards is a Welsh actress, director, and writer, Famously known for playing Molly Hughes in the television series Breaking In and Barbara Kean in the television series Gotham.
10 Facts About Erin Richards
- Name: Erin Richards
- Age: 35 years old as of 2021
- Birthday: 17 May
- Height: 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm)
- Weight: 55 kg (121 pounds)
- Nationality: Welsh
- Occupation: Actress, Director, Writer
- Marital Status: Single
- Salary: To be Updated.
- Networth: $10 million
Erin Richards Age
Erin Richards is 35 years as of 2021. The Welsh Actress was Born on 17 May 1986 in Penarth, Glamorganshire, Wales, United Kingdom. She trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. she holds Welsh nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Similarly, her birth sign is Taurus.
However, Richards has not revealed any information about her parents, sibling and other family members. She presented the Welsh language teen magazine show Mosgito for S4C and appeared in short films before landing significant roles in BBC TV programs Crash and Being Human.
Erin Richards Career
Erin is an actress, director, and writer. Her acting career began in 2012, she was cast in the FOX comedy Breaking In as an executive assistant with an exaggerated English accent. She became a Breaking In regular in January 2012.
She co-starred in the role of Sharon in Gonzalo López-Gallego’s horror film Open Grave, alongside Sharlto Copley. From 2014 to 2019, she played Barbara Kean in the FOX Television series Gotham. She directed the fifth season episode “The Trial of Jim Gordon”, which premiered on 7 March 2019.
Fox says she is starring in an unreleased independent film called That Good Night alongside Max Brown and John Hurt. She also appeared in The Quiet Ones, Open Grave, and in television, Being Human in the UK. She lives in London, Los Angeles, and New York.
Erin Richards Movies And Tv Shows
2005 – Expiry Date Luce
2008 -Abraham’s Point Milly
2009 -17 Gemma Short film
2010 – Balance Becki Short film
2012 – Will Sampson (and the Self-Perpetuating Cycle of Unintended Abstinence) Sofia Short film
2013 – Open Grave Sharon
2014 – The Quiet Ones Kristina ‘Krissi’ Dalton
2017 – That Good Night Cassie
2018 – Hot Girl Kara Quinn Short film, her directorial debut
2010 – Crash Cheryl “2.3”
2011 – Being Human Nancy Reid “Daddy Ghoul”, “Though the Heavens Fall”, “The Wolf-Shaped Bullet”
2012 – Breaking In Molly Hughes Season 2 (Main cast)
2012 – Merlin Eira “The Diamond of the Day: Parts 1 & 2”
2013 – Crossing Lines Nicole “The Terminator”
2013 – Misfits Sarah “5.7”
2014 – 2019 Gotham Barbara Kean Main cast: 75 episodes
Director: episode “The Trial of Jim Gordon”
Erin Richards Gotham
Gotham is an American crime drama television series developed by Bruno Heller and based on characters published by DC Comics and appearing in the Batman franchise, primarily those of James Gordon and Bruce Wayne. The series follows Gotham City Police Department recruit Jim Gordon, who is paired with detective Harvey Bullock to solve crimes in Gotham City.
At the time, Gotham’s criminal underworld is emerging after the murder of billionaire Thomas Wayne and his wife Martha, whose son Bruce is in care of their family butler Alfred Pennyworth. Danny Cannon directed the pilot, and he is an executive producer along with Heller.
The series stars Ben McKenzie as the young James Gordon. It premiered on Fox on September 22, 2014, and concluded on April 25, 2019. In February 2014, Richards was confirmed to have been cast in the show. Erin Richards portrays James Gordon’s fiancée, Barbara Kean, though their relationship deteriorates over the course of the season. She renews a past romantic relationship with Renee Montoya.
Erin Richards Merlin
The fifth and final series of the British fantasy drama series Merlin began broadcasting on 6 October 2012 with the episode “Arthur’s Bane (Part 1)” and ended on 24 December 2012 in the UK, with “The Diamond of the Day (Part 2)”.
It consists of 13 episodes shown on Saturday evenings on BBC One and BBC One HD (repeats were shown on BBC Three). Series producer is Sara Hamill and executive producers are Johnny Capps and Julian Murphy. Directors include Justin Molotnikov, Ashley Way, Alice Troughton, and Declan O’Dwyer. Writers include Julian Jones, Howard Overman, Jake Michie, and Richard McBrien.
Series five stars the regular cast from the previous series including Colin Morgan, Angel Coulby, Bradley James, Katie McGrath, and Richard Wilson. Anthony Head returns to the cast in a one-episode guest appearance. Alexander Vlahos became part of the regular cast in this series and John Hurt returned as the voice of the Dragon.
Supporting cast members include Adetomiwa Edun, Eoin Macken, Tom Hopper, and Rupert Young. It was announced on 26 November 2012 that Merlin would end with the fifth series. The two-part finale was broadcast on the 22 and 24 December 2012.
Erin Richards guest-starred in season five of merlin, she portrayed Eira a love interest of Gwaine and an ally of Morgana. It is suspected that her entire family was killed in an attack. Eira betrays Camelot and gives Morgana vital information about Arthur.
She is later suspected of siding with Morgana by Gaius. She is given false information by Gwaine and is caught relaying it to Morgana. She is sentenced to death but pleads to Gwaine to save her. She is executed by hanging, which is seen by a heart-broken Gwaine, and a sympathetic Percival
Erin Richards Open Grave
Open Grave is a 2013 American post-apocalyptic zombie-like suspense film directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego, starring Sharlto Copley as Jonah Cooke and Thomas Kretschmann, Joseph Morgan, Erin Richards, Josie Ho, and Max Wrottesley in supporting roles.
Josie Ho plays the character of a mute. All the characters excluding the mute suffer from amnesia and can’t remember anything from their lives. The story follows them trying to figure out their identities and their past while evading zombie-like humans affected by rage virus and also their struggle to escape the forest they are stuck in.
Erin Richards Crossing Lines
Crossing Lines is a German-French-Italian-American television series created by Edward Allen Bernero and Rola Bauer. The series premiered on June 9, 2013, at the screening for the Opening Ceremonies of the 53rd edition of the Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo, the first time the festival opened with a television series.
Its first television broadcast was in Italy on June 14, 2013, on the public broadcaster’s channel Rai 2. Crossing Lines was premiered in the United States on NBC on June 23, 2013. Bernero and Bauer are the show’s executive producers.
The show was renewed for a twelve-episode second season by TF1 and was released in its entirety on Amazon Prime Instant Video in the UK on August 15, 2014. NBC did not broadcast the show after the first season. Netflix carried the series’ first two seasons and announced the debut of season three on February 19, 2015.
Canada’s CBC aired second-season episodes during late-night hours. On 20 February 2015, the show was renewed for a twelve-episode, third season. The third season began on September 15, 2015.
Erin Richards Boyfriend
Considering her relationship status, she is not married yet. Also, she is currently single. Erin is a hardworking girl who is highly focused on her future and busy maintaining her career. Erin Richards is currently single. Richards has been in a previous relationship with Joseph Morgan.
Joseph Morgan his real name Joseph Martin he was born on 16 May 1981. Morgan is a British actor and director. He is best known for his role as Niklaus “Klaus” Mikaelson on The CW’s The Vampire Diaries and for playing the male lead in its spin-off The Originals.
Erin Richards Height
The actress currently weighs 55 kg (121 pounds) which is perfect for her listed height of 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm). Her other body measurements are 35-24-34 in (89-61-86 cm). Her dress size is 6 (US) [36 (EU)], her shoe size is 8 (US) and her Bra size is listed as 34A. The actress is known to put in efforts to maintain her physique.
She eats healthy, exercises, works out often and drinks green tea quite often. To be in an industry like Hollywood, where appearance can sometimes be interpreted as currency – it is completely understandable why an actress like Erin Richards would work hard to keep her figure.
Erin Richards Net Worth
Erin is one of the renowned actress, director as well as a writer who receives a handsome amount of net worth. In addition, she has estimated her net worth of $10 million. The actress has shown to have amazing versatility due to her ability to play perfectly timed comedic roles as well as deeply rooted dramatic roles.
With the number of up and coming actresses in the industry, one has to be that talented in order to consistently secure roles as Erin has.
Erin Richards Instagram
Erin Richards Interview
Gotham‘s Erin Richards speaks with THR about the upcoming series finale. Note: Arrow, The Flash, and Gotham did not air new episodes this week.
The big news: Gotham‘s Erin Richards spoke with THR about the final two episodes of the series and how her character Barbara actually comes full circle with a redemption arc. It may seem impossible, but it’s happening.
What it means: “It’s madness,” Richards tells THR with a laugh. “We pack so much into these last two episodes that I remember getting the scripts and thinking, ‘How are we going to be able to shoot all this?’ But it’s such a great ending. Epic, exciting and satisfying. It’s a really beautiful way to end Barbara’s story.”
Barbara’s redemption comes just after she gave birth to her and Jim Gordon’s (Ben McKenzie) child, and Richards reveals that motherhood is exactly what Barbara has been searching for all this time.
“In the final episode, we jump 10 years and that’s going to be a very different person because we all change a lot in 10 years,” says the actress. “The way I played her in that final episode was to take elements of who she was right when we first met her and just advance them and make her more grounded and a more full version of herself by the end. In a way, I felt like it came full circle to something I began with.”
While Richards can’t reveal too much about how Barbara has changed in those 10 years, she does say the former gangster has gone legit. “She has a 10-year-old child, she’s now a businesswoman in Gotham and she got everything that she deserved,” she says. “It’s nice to end in this place where she’s a strong, fully independent businesswoman after everything she’s gone through. And there might be a change of hair color.”
While fans have long speculated that Barbara was an early version of a Batman supervillain, be it Harley Quinn or even a female Joker, Richards confirms that she’s never actually been anyone other than Barbara. “I like that Barbara got to be her own person and never actually became one of the supervillains from the comics.
She held her own,” Richards says. “She rose to the top of Gotham. She ran the underworld. She’s her own woman running a large company and being successful in Gotham at the end. She never had to be anyone but herself.”
Even when Barbara got pregnant and everyone on the show questioned whether she could be a good mother, Barbara refused to listen to her haters, and Richards is glad the character is able to prove them all wrong in the final two episodes.
“There’s been a lot of questioning of her and her abilities to be a mother and deep down, she was scared of that herself — but how dare anyone else brings that up,” says the actress. “It’s my body, my choice, my world, you don’t really have a say in it.
When she finally has the baby, it’s a real moment of conclusion of everything she had been working towards: her journey has always been finding herself and her place in the world. She just wanted a thing or a person to love unconditionally because she never felt unconditionally loved by anyone, not her parents, not Jim, not anybody in Gotham.
Feeling that unconditional love for another human has completely grounded her and made her happy.”
Barbara’s decision to become a mother in her own way dovetailed kind of perfectly with her entire journey over the course of the series as Gotham‘s biggest feminist, which is what Richards is most proud of from her time on the show.
“Gotham by its own admission is quite a male-dominated world,” she says. “Batman and a lot of comic book worlds are very male-dominated but moving forward, we’re seeing a lot more female characters and influences coming into the comic book world, and that’s really great for everybody, men and women alike.”
Continues Richards, “So to be able to tell that very feminine story and show a strong woman supporting other women and being able to play all the different sides of Barbara, showing that a woman can be everything, strong and vulnerable, in love, having a baby, all these different aspects of being a woman has been a real honor to me and a real asset to the program.”
Other noteworthy moments: Richards recently pulled double duty on Gotham and stepped behind the camera to direct an episode during the final season during a time when gender equality at every level in Hollywood has become an important conversation.
There is still so much room for improvement when it comes to the number of female directors, and getting the chance to helm an episode changed Richard’s perspective on the industry.
“It’s made me incredibly positive about the future — there are so many incredible female voices coming up through the ranks of directing and writing now,” she says. “It needed to happen a long time ago and I’m so happy it’s happening now.
The more female voices we have in the industry the better because women’s stories are so interesting, they need to be told. We’ve had lots of male-driven stories but we’re repeating the same stories now whereas if we have more female writers, more female directors coming up through the ranks, we’ll see a lot more diversity in terms of the stories and messages we’re sending out there.”
And Richards has some ideas on how to help push the needle forward on gender equality behind the camera.”I’d love to see more shows implementing a 50/50 female and male directing policy in their shows,” she says. “That, in turn, will lead to more younger women seeing that as a career option.
When I was younger, there were barely any big-name female directors that I could aspire to whereas men had all the big-name directors. So when men went into the industry, they were like, ‘Of course, I could direct because that man does it, that man does it and that man does it.’ Whereas a woman, I didn’t have that.”
She continues, “My energy went into acting but had I had that early on the constant reminder that I could be a director as a female, I could have gone straight into directing. Now I hope there will be more of that and young females who want to be directors will see much more of that and know it is a viable career path for them which is just brilliant.”
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