Erika Page was born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas.  She was adopted as an infant and encouraged by her mother at a young age to follow her dreams.  Erika's mother taught her that with hard work and dedication she could accomplish anything.  At the young age of 15, Erika began modeling and acting and discovered her direction in life.   Standing out at an early age, Erika was selected from her high school theatre group for a college scholarship in theatre to the school of her choice.

Immediately following high school graduation, Page landed her first professional role, in the television movie, “Without Consent,” co-starring with Jennie Garth. She went on to land the role of Roxanna in the ABC series “Second Noah” and has appeared in “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “L.A. Heat.” She also had a role in the feature film, “Little Bigfoot 2.” She then joined the cast of  “One Life to Live,” creating the role of Roseanne Delgado with head writer Pamela Long. She enjoyed several years on the show and while there, Page was asked to be a part of Jockey’s national ad campaign. The campaign featured five ABC Daytime actresses, and included a 90-foot billboard in the middle of Manhattan’s Time Square. Erika was nominated for Best New Actress at the Soap Digest Awards for her portrayal of Roseanne Delgado. Page won the 2000 American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Award for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Soap Opera.

Erika also appeared in a guest-starring role on UPN’s “Special Unit II.” Her next project was a reoccurring role on Showtime’s “Resurrection Boulevard” appearing as Vivian for two seasons. Erika also appeared as Dr. Amber Kress on Days Of Our Lives. Erika will be a guest star this Fall on an episode of CBS The Inspectors.

Erika is married to country artist/singer-songwriter/producer Bryan White.  Erika and Bryan have two sons Justin and Jackson.  Erika loves spending time with her two sons.  She says “being a mother is her greatest role!”  Besides being a wife and mother, Erika is actively involved in her community and is a strong believer in giving back.  She serves on several boards and mentors young actors.  Erika and Bryan are also involved with Ordinary Hero and Compassion International.

Erika strongly supports adoption and loves to help others by sharing her journey.  Her background and experience have become the perfect platform for making her an in-demand motivational speaker.