Happy Days: Erin Moran biography

Erin Moran: biography

Erin Moran was born on October 18, 1960 (some sources say 1961, but Erin has said it is 1960) in Los Angeles, California, the youngest of six children. She did her first television commercial at the age of six and became a regular cast member of two television programs, "Daktari" (1968-69) and "The Don Rickles Show" (1972), long before "Happy Days." She also made guest appearances on many other shows, including "The Courtship of Eddie's Father," "My Three Sons," and "Family Affair." Moran had parts in several films as well, including the 1968 Debbie Reynolds movie, "How Sweet It Is," and "Watermelon Man" in 1970.

After several seasons on "Happy Days," Moran continued her role as Joanie Cunningham in the short-lived spin-off "Joanie Loves Chachi." When this series was cancelled in 1983, she returned to "Happy Days" for the final season.

For more information on what Erin Moran has done after Happy Days, see the Where are they now? section.

The above biography is from the Nick-at-Nite site with minor additions by myself. Please e-mail if you have any additional information.

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