Erika Landin

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Erika Landin Rich
Residence Toluca Lake, CA
Television Big Brother 4
Big Brother: All-Stars (runner-up)

Erika Michelle Landin is an American actress and former pilates instructor,[1] who appeared on two seasons of the reality TV show Big Brother, placing fourth in Big Brother 4 in 2003[2] and placing second in Big Brother: All-Stars in 2006.[3] After Big Brother 4, along with other reality show participants, she appeared in the movie The Scorned, which was aired on the E! TV channel and distributed on DVD. Landin played Sandra in the horror movie, about a group of young adults coming upon a house possibly inhabited by a (thought to be) dead woman.[4] Previously, in 1998, Landin had a minor appearance in the film Dance with Me as a dancer. Landin has also appeared in numerous commercials, and has been on the cover of "Femme Fatales" magazine. Landin is now involved in casting and has cast Survivor 12–16,[5] The Amazing Race 9–21 27-[5] cast the Bachelor Matt Grant, and has worked on shows such as MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, Millionaire Matchmaker, Tabatha's Salon Takeover, The Fashion Show, The Biggest Loser, Man vs. Child, Cougar. She got married in May 2014 and is now Erika Rich.

Big Brother[edit]

Landin made her Big Brother debut in Big Brother 4.

In the summer of 2006, Landin was announced as one of the 20 houseguests eligible to enter the Big Brother: All-Stars house. On July 3, 2006, Landin was the second woman voted into the house by the viewers. Landin made it to the final two with Malin, before losing the final vote by a margin of 6–1.


Big Brother 4 - 4th Place
Big Brother 7 - 2nd Place


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  2. ^ John Powell (2003-09-11). "CANOE - JAM! Television - TV Shows - Big Brother 4: Week Eight: Web sees competition end". Retrieved 2010-03-10. 
  3. ^ John Powell (2006-08-18). "CANOE - JAM! Television - TV Shows - Big Brother 7: All-Stars: 'BB' double eviction week begins". Retrieved 2010-03-10. 
  4. ^ Erika Landin at the official site of The Scorned
  5. ^ a b "Big Brother: Where are They Now? - Seasons 4-6". 208-06-18. Retrieved 2010-03-10.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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