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|Erica America Hayden|
Erica Hayden in 2010.
December 21, 1982 |
Long Island, New York, USA
|Residence||New York City, New York|
|Other names||Erica America|
|Occupation||Television host, radio personality psychotherapist|
|Title||Licensed Mental Health Counselor|
|Website||Erica on Z100|
Erica Hayden (born December 21 in Long Island, New York), referred to as "Erica America" is an American radio personality, television host and psychotherapist. She is currently a radio personality in New York on Z100 on Saturdays and Sundays 6pm-midnight and also fills-in for a variety of Z100 shifts . She also is a psychotherapist (Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC). She has appeared as a commentator on television and radio shows including HLN's Dr. Drew (TV series) Showbiz Tonight, The CW's The Bill Cunningham Show, MTV, Fuse TV, and Sirius Satellite Radio.
Erica Hayden founded celebrity interview website iamericamag.com in 2005, known for unique and edgy video interviews with emerging artists. Beginning her broadcast career on MTV in 2001, she has since commentated for Fuse TV's (The F List) and Heeb Magazine. She was Spin Magazine's Warped Tour reporter in 2006 and has written for Yellow rat bastard Magazine. From 2006 to 2010, Erica was a radio personality at "Long Island’s #1 Hit Music Station" 106.1 WBLI. In 2009, she appeared as a guest multiple times on Sirius Satellite Radio's Miserable Men on Howard 101.
Erica graduated from The George Washington University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Business and Communication. She went on to receive a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Brooklyn College. Using her background in psychology, Erica fuses entertainment and analytic insight as a television and radio personality.
- Erica America's Blog on Z100.com
- Erica America on Twitter
- Erica America on Facebook
- Erica America on Tumblr
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