Here's Everything You Need to Know About Dare Me Actress Erika Prevost
Canadian actress, dancer and content creator Erika Prevost can do it all.
We're currently obsessing over Erika in her new role as Brianna Bradley in the cheerleading series Dare Me, and that's just the tip of her incredible talents. We learned about all those skills and more when she shared the following fabulous facts with us.
(Image courtesy of Erika Prevost)
Name: Erika Prevost
Hometown: Montreal, Canada
Birthday: July 14
1. Erika says she'd love to hone her writing skills.
"I have so many thoughts and ideas in my mind and would love to get better at articulating them on the page!"
2. If she could travel anywhere in the world for a week, she'd currently pick London, England.
" I've been constantly impressed by British actors and British shows. I'd love to get training there and see some plays."
3. Her fictional fashion inspirations are Monica from Friends and RiRi from her show, Dare Me.
4. Her go-to Starbucks drink is green tea, but she likes to mix things up occasionally.
"I like a Green Tea Frappuccino with almond milk and a shot of espresso when I want a little treat. It might sound weird, but trust me—everyone who's tried loved it."
5. No movie has made a bigger impact on her life than the documentary 13th directed by Ava DuVernay.
6. Erika adores the rain.
"I love the sound of rain falling on my roof, and going for a run in the pouring rain is one of my favorite activities."
7. She doesn't necessarily have a favorite musical artist of all time.
"I often fall in love with single songs, so I can't think of one artist who I've consistently been listening to. But my most recent favorites are Dermot Kennedy, Snoh Alegra and Jessie Reyez."
8. Her hilarious friends at the National Theatre School make her laugh harder than anyone else.
9. Erika says she's unexpectedly really good at math.
"Being an actor, people never expect it, but I love numbers."
10. Given the choice, Erika wouldn't want to live in any decade but the present.
"We're in such a transitional time in history, slowly moving forward towards a more inclusive society. Being a Japanese-Canadian woman, I wouldn't want to go back in time. But I do think the 1930s fashion is very fun and I love '90s to 2000s R&B music!"
11. She's multilingual, speaking English, French and Japanese.
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