About Sherri

Sherri Eakin is an actress represented by Angie Moncrief of Action Talent Agency.

Sherri Eakin


Sherri Eakin is a native of Metairie, Louisiana, a suburb just a few miles outside of New Orleans. She fell in love with performing when she was eleven years old, beginning with a role in a school theatre production of The Wizard of Oz. Sherri remained active in theatre throughout middle school and high school. Notable theatre performances include Holocaust victim Giselle in Arthur Miller’s “Playing for Time”, and the flirtatious and obnoxious Gertie Cummings in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!”.  As an adult, Sherri began pursuing a career in film and television, and later was signed by multiple talent agencies. Over the past ten years Sherri has landed roles across Hollywood South, working in television shows and films in Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. Sherri’s most recent bookings include her work on TV series Paradise LostNCIS: New OrleansQueen of the South, and her supporting roles in the upcoming features Teacher’s Watching and We Have a Ghost.  Sherri also appears in the southern Gothic drama The Hollow starring William Sadler (The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile) and James Callis (Battlestar Gallactica, Bridget Jones’s Diary), action flick Black Site Delta starring Cam Gigandet (Twilight, The OC, Reckless), and the adventure comedy Sasq-Watch! opposite Saturday Night Live alumni Tim Meadows and Paul Brittain. In 2017, Sherri married actor and film producer Jeremy Sande. The pair regularly appear in films acting opposite one another and recently established their own production company, Burning Karat Films, in Louisiana.

 Learn more about Sherri here at www.sherrieakin.com and look for her on IMDb.com

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