Erin Murphy Biography
Erin Murphy born Erin Margaret Murphy is an American actress, television host, writer, autism advocate, and an alpaca rancher. She is best known for her role as young Tabitha Stephens in the television sitcom Bewitched. She also guest-starred on shows such as Lassie and appeared in over 100 commercials.
Erin also modeled for Hang Ten swimwear. She was an El Toro High School cheerleader and also a homecoming queen. She has worked as a casting director, makeup artist, fashion stylist, acting teacher, motivational speaker, and also stunt double for actress Virginia Madsen.
Erin Murphy Age | How Old Is Erin Murphy?
Erin Margaret Murphy was born on 17 June 1964 in Encino, California, United States . She is 54 years old as of 2018.
Erin Murphy Family
She was born to Stephanie who was a teacher and her father Dan. Her mother gave up her job as a teacher to take care of the two.
Erin and Diane Murphy | Erin Murphy Twin Sister | Erin Murphy Sister
She has a twin sister actress Diane Murphy who was born five minutes before her. They coincidentally share the same birthday, June 17, with Elizabeth Montgomery’s real-life daughter, Rebecca Asher. When the twins wanted to be signed up by a talent agent, their parents agreed to give it a shot. Unlike her twin sister Erin, Diane was never interested in the acting profession.
Erin Murphy Husband | Erin Murphy Spouse
She has been married to Darren Dunckel since May 1988. The couple has three children, Carson Dunckel, Dylan Dunckel, and Parker Dunckel
Terry Rogers Erin Murphy
She was married to Terry Rogers on November 4 1984. They had two children Jason Rogers born 1885 and Grant Rogers born 1988. They later divorced in 1989. She later got married to Eric Eden in 1993. The couple has one child, Clark Eden, born 1995. They divorced in 1998.
Erin Murphy Kids
Erin has six children, from her three marriages. Grant Rogers and Jason Rogers with Terry Rogers, Clark Eden with Eric Eden, Carson Dunckel, Dylan Dunckel, and Parker Dunckel with Darren Dunckel.
Erin Murphy Actress
Erin Murphy Bewitched | Erin Murphy Tabitha
Murphy played the role of daughter Tabitha Stephens, alongside stars Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York (later played by Dick Sargent), on the hit ’60s sitcom, Murphy called it “a great place to grow up.” She played in 103 episodes from the show’s third season in 1966 to the last original episode in 1972. In the first season, she shared this role with her fraternal twin sister, Diane,since they were of similar appearance and stature. As they grew older and looked less alike, Margaret played the role alone.
Erin has worked as a television host and correspondent for TVLand, Fox Reality Channel, TVGasm.com, and E! She also worked as the on-air moderator for Allergan Medical. Erin has also been an infomercial host on Ab Shark for Thane, Bun Shaper for Emson and SomaTrac Inversion Table. She is the host of Disney Family.com’s Parentpedia.
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3. 20 Things Women Should Never, Do.
4. Top 20 Things Men Should Never, Do.
5. 60 Really Sweet Things To Say To A Girl.
6. 25 Romantic Ideas to Make Your Lover Melt!
7. Things Women in Relationships Must Not Do.
8. 10 Things that are Killing Your Kidneys.
She appeared as one of the 12 “strangers” on the NBC game show Identity on December 20, 2006. The contestant thought that Murphy was an Army Ranger. She was featured on CNN Headline News in 2007 as a “Celebrity With a Cause” discussing her work with autism-related charities.
Erin appeared as celebrity judge on Danny Bonaduce’s I Know My Kid’s a Star reality show contest for young actors in 2008. She also appeared with Bob Saget on 1 vs. 100. Murphy has appeared on Over Your Head (HGTV) building flagstone steps in her backyard and on Craft Lab (DIY/HGTV), Groomer Has It (Animal Planet) with her giant Leonberger,
She also starred on Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling series for CMT. In the show, the celebrities trained as professional wrestlers. Her wrestling persona is Mistress of Mayhem
She was also a contestant in the celebrity finale of season one of Rupaul’s Drag U.
Erin Murphy Now | Erin Murphy Today
Erin was featured in a photo spread January 2012 in OK! magazine with two of her alpacas on her ranch in Bell Canyon, California. She also discussed her company Erin Murphy Knits which offers hand knit eco-friendly alpaca wear.
She is a fashion, beauty, and luxury lifestyle writer. Her work appeared in numerous magazines and ezines. Erin is also a motivational speaker and is very active in fundraising for numerous charitable organizations. She often speaks out on the subject of autism because one of her sons has the disorder.
Erin Murphy Knits
Erin Murphy Knits was launched in 2012. In the same year they bred and delivered their first two cria.; Erin Murphy Knits Moorea and Erin Murphy Knits Don’t Mess With Texas. She also launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, she donated items to charity auctions and fulfilled orders as fast as she could knit. Her products are hats, Scarves, Baby Sets, Rugs, and Felted Soap
Erin Murphy Net Worth
The american actress has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars.
Erin Murphy Philantropy
Erin is the celebrity spokeswoman for Verge Living, which is a residential-retail development in downtown Las Vegas. Her husband Darren is the president of Verge Living. Murphy started its philanthropic arm, Verge Giving.
She is also very active in the community, and have been president of the Junior Women’s Club, and also a member of my City Council Leadership Program. She has been donating blood since I turned 18. She is also actively involved with several children’s charities and special needs organizations.
Erin Murphy Photos
Erin Murphy Measurements
Height 5 ft 5 in / 163 cm
Weight 119 lb / 54 kg
Breast/Bust size 35 in / 89 cm
Waist size 25 in / 64 cm
Hips size 35 in / 89 cm
Bra size 40C (US) / 90C (EU)
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Erin Murphy talks of being an alpaca rancher from an actress
Erin Murphy Interview
‘Bewitched’ star Erin Murphy: ‘Elizabeth Montgomery had a dirty sense of humor and so do I’
Fox News: How did you initially get the role of Tabitha?
Erin Murphy: ‘Bewitched’ was doing this huge casting call. They had previously shown it in black and white, so the big push of the third season was that the show was going to color and that they were going to focus more on the character of Tabitha. So they were looking for someone who looked like Elizabeth Montgomery and wasn’t afraid of the lights. I auditioned with my fraternal twin sister Diane and we got the part.
Fox News: What was your connection with Elizabeth Montgomery like?
Murphy: She really was like a mom to me. I definitely think of her more like a family member than a co-worker. And I think it’s because when I was on set, it was just me. My parents weren’t standing there next to me [while I was working]. So I looked up to her as family, as a parent almost. We were friends outside of the set and she had three children around my age, so we grew up together. So it was a close relationship for sure.)
Fox News: What’s one thing about your relationship with Elizabeth Montgomery that would surprise fans?
Murphy: She and I are very, very much alike. She had a really dirty sense of humor and so do I! She was just one of those people who was so beautiful, but she wasn’t afraid to look silly –kind of like Lucille Ball… They could be really campy and funny. There was no fear there.
Fox News: What about your relationship with Agnes Moorehead?
Murphy: She was probably my favorite. I had a really, really wonderful and close relationship with her. I didn’t have grandparents who lived in California. My grandparents were far away. But she was like my grandma and I saw her every day. She didn’t have grandchildren, so she called me her granddaughter. I called her grandmama when we weren’t filming. She was amazing.
Fox News: Darrin Stephens was played by two different actors. What was your relationship like with both of the men?
Murphy: It was great. I was very lucky because I stayed in touch with people after the show was over, so I had the pleasure of hanging out with Dick Sargent as an adult and having phone conversations with Dick York. As a kid, I was very close with both of them. I grew to admire them as adults because they were such great men.
Fox News: Were you there when Dick York had his accident on set?
Murphy: I was. He had a seizure on set. I don’t want to say the seizure was inevitable, but the last season that he was on the show, he was in so much pain. They had to film several episodes where he wasn’t in the scene because he was in so much pain. Even as a child, I could tell he was in pain and he would definitely say things about it. And later, he did tell me that one of the things that helped him stay on the show as long as he did was sitting and leaning. He couldn’t really stand very much. And he said that I would sit on his lap and he would tell me stories, which helped him cope. He really was like a dad and it took his mind off the pain.
Fox News: How did you transition from being on a really popular TV show to having a normal life again?
Murphy: I think it’s because I’ve always had this strong sense of self… I always had a large group of friends in school who happened to be in the entertainment business. So once the show was over, I was excited to go to camp, hang out with other kids my age in the neighborhood… it was easy for me. And since my family moved from Los Angeles to Orange County, I was turning down jobs. And I still do! I probably shouldn’t, but I still do. I’m offered things, but I don’t jump and say ‘yes’ to everything. And I’m not begging people for work… I have kids at home and I plan on traveling more. I would like to do another series at some point, but I do want to spend time with family and friends, just laugh and enjoy life more. I want to do a little bit of everything.
Fox News: Does it ever get tiring to be recognized for someone that you played as a child?
Murphy: No… I think any moment that someone comes up to you just to say they liked you on a TV show, that’s flattering! I think it’s very kind and I’m very open to posing for pictures, meeting fans and answering questions about ‘Bewitched.’ I’m thankful that people appreciate what I did. I think it’s awesome.
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