|Born||Jerrika Delayne Hinton
September 28, 1981 
Dallas, Texas, U.S
|Alma mater||Southern Methodist University|
Hinton began her career appearing in stage productions. She has made her film debut playing Khandi Alexander's character's daughter in the 2006 independent drama Rain. The following years, Hinton guest-starred in several television series such as Gilmore Girls, Everybody Hates Chris, Zoey 101, Ghost Whisperer, Gossip Girl, Lie to Me, Bones, and Scandal. In 2008 she did a Hanes commercial with Sarah Chalke. Other film credits include Broken Angel (2008) and The Roommate (2011), and well as Ion Television movie A Christmas Kiss (2011).
In January 2013, it was announced that Hinton along with other newcomers to the show were given the option to become series regulars if Grey's Anatomy were to be renewed. After three seasons as regular cast member on show, Shonda Rhimes cast Hinton as the lead character of her first comedy pilot Toast in March 2016. She would still be on Grey's Anatomy if her pilot had gone to series. The pilot was not ordered to series. In January 2017, it was announced that Hinton will co-star opposite Holly Hunter in Here and Now, a HBO drama series created by Alan Ball. She plays the role of Ashley Black, one of adopted children of Hunter's character.
|2008||Broken Angel||Officer Raines|
|2012||The Strangely Normal||Black Friend||Short film|
|2014||Teacher of the Year||Mrs. Curtis|
|2015||Just Another Dance with My Father||Katie||Short film|
|2018||Insidious: The Last Key||Post-production|
|2006||Gilmore Girls||Allison||Episode: "Super Cool Party People"|
|2006||Everybody Hates Chris||Birthday girl||Episode: "Everybody Hates Rejection"|
|2007||Eight Days a Week||Marjorie Walsh||TV pilot|
|2007||Zoey 101||Claire Jeffries||Episode: "Son of a Dean"|
|2008||Ghost Whisperer||Clerk||Episode: "Ball & Chain|
|2009||Gossip Girl||Waitress||Episode: "Valley Girls"|
|2010||Lie to Me||Robin||Episode: "Bullet Bump"|
|2010||Better with You||Saleswoman||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2010||Terriers||Didi||Episode: "Missing Persons"|
|2011||Mad Love||Eva||Episode: "Fireworks"|
|2011||Bones||Nadine Tweed||Episode: "The Truth in the Myth"|
|2011||A Christmas Kiss||Tressa||Television film|
|2012||Scandal||Hannah||Episode: "Hell Hath No Fury"|
|2012–2017||Grey's Anatomy||Stephanie Edwards||Recurring (season 9)
Main cast (season 10–13): 111 episodes
|2016||Toast||Page Sanders||TV pilot|
|2018||Here and Now||Ashley Black||Main cast|
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