Erica Luttrell was born on March 20, 1982 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Erica Shukrani Luttrell. She is an actress, known for Salvation (2017), Lost Girl (2010) and Steven Universe (2013).
Luttrell was born in Toronto, Ontario to a Tanzanian mother and an American father. Luttrell is the youngest of four girls. She can speak some French and Swahili. She began her acting career at age two in several Pampers and Cadillac commercials. At age nine, she had her first starring role in a television series. Her older sister Rachel Luttrell is also an actress, and is best known for her role as Teyla Emmagan in the science fiction TV series Stargate Atlantis.
Luttrell is best known for her role as Kara on the children’s television series Shining Time Station, and the voice of Keesha Franklin on The Magic School Bus. In 1997, she starred as Emelie Robeson on The New Ghostwriter Mysteries. In 2004, Luttrell was the voice of Candy on the short-lived Disney television series Dave the Barbarian. She also voices Sapphire in the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe, Glori in the Cartoon Network series Mighty Magiswords and Emily Kaldwin in the 2016 video game Dishonored 2. She also currently stars in the CBS sci-fi drama Salvation.