Erica Ann Muscat is a classically trained stage and screen actor. She began her studies at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (UK) and received her MA from the prestigious East 15 Acting School, UK. She holds a H.E. Diploma in Theatre Studies from Rose Bruford College and is currently studying voice in the Linklater Method with Kristin Linklater and Andrea Haring. Erica has worked extensively in stage and film, both locally and abroad.
Theatre credits include: Nia in Image of an Unknown Young Woman and Juliet in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (MADC, MT); Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Axis Arts, UK); Alithea in Publius Horatio ( White Bear Theatre, UK); Shakespeare in Menelaos Karantzas’ original one-woman show Mad About the Boy (Etcetera Theatre, UK); Laura in Enda Walsh’s Chatroom (Maleth Theatre, MT). Film credits include: Paul, Apostle of Christ (SONY Affirm, US), Michael Bay’s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (Paramount, US), Marea (Simplebulldog Studios, US), Charlie in the feature Rom-Com 20,000 Reasons (screenplay by Malcolm Galea and directed by Jameson Cucciardi, MT), Eleġija (directed by Kenneth Scicluna for Lighthouse Productions, MT), Ten Notes (directed by Dan Pringle for White Lantern Films, UK). On TV she has appeared in NBC’s You, Me and the Apocalypse. She is next slated to appear as Officer Spiteri in USA Network’s Queen of the South. In March 2019, Erica collaborated with Unifaun Productions, playing the role of Lady Macbeth alongside Mikhail Basmadjian’s Macbeth in their production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Manoel Theatre, under the direction of the award winning British director Clive Judd.