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Erinn Hayes

Erinn Hayes most recently wrapped the highly anticipated film "Bill & Ted Face The Music,"  also starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter. Hayes stars as “Princess Elizabeth," wife to Keanu Reeves’ character. This marks the third installment of the franchise and is anticipated for release in 2020.

Earlie this year, Hayes starred in Netflix’s "Huge in France" playing the fictionalized ex-wife of French comedian Gad Elmaleh. Previously, Erinn starred for seven seasons on the critically acclaimed Adult Swim comedy "Childrens Hospital" for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award. In the cult-favorite, Hayes played Dr. Lola Pratt opposite a comedy troupe of veteran actors including Rob Corddry, Megan Mullally, Ken Marino & Lake Bell. Hayes will reprise her role and star in the spin-off series for Netflix titled "Medical Police" with co-star Rob Huebel. Hayes has also starred in "Kevin Can Wait" for CBS, "Dangerous Book For Boys" for
Amazon and ABC’s "Guys With Kids" executive produced by Jimmy Fallon. Hayes has also had recurring roles on "Parks & Recreation," "Parenthood" and "New Girl."

Hayes played the lead role of “Emma” in the film "It's a Disaster" written and directed by Todd Berger. The indie premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and also starred Julia Stiles and America Ferrara. Hayes also starred opposite Kyle Bornheimer in "Worst Week" (based on the hit BBC series "My Own Worst Week") for CBS. Additional roles include the female lead on the FBC sitcom "The Winner" from comedy giant Seth MacFarlane and Bradley Cooper’s love interest on the Darren Star produced "Kitchen Confidential."

Hayes has established herself as a leading lady in television. From her first series regular role on the CW Network’s "On The Spot." Hayes demonstrated her comedic chops opposite comedy legend Tim Conway. Since then, Hayes has established herself as a go-to comedic actress and is turning her talents toward writing with her feature film debut script "Many Happy Returns" which tells the story of a woman whom must come to terms with the ailing health of her estranged father and navigating the trials of raising her pre-teen daughter in the face of an unstable home life and shifting dreams.

Erinn resides happily in Los Angeles with her high-school sweetheart husband Jack and their adorable daughters, Maggie and Lilah.