Erika Heynatz (born 25 March 1976, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea) is an Australian model, actress, singer and television personality.
* 1 Career
o 1.1 Personal life
* 2 References
* 3 External links
Heynatz hosted the first two cycles of the Foxtel reality TV show Australia's Next Top Model and the only season of the Ten Network's The Hot House. She demonstrated a commitment to a singing career by leaving her Australia's Next Top Model job, which went to Australian lads mag girl Jodhi Meares. Heynatz left Australia's Next Top Model to pursue her singing and her commitment to appear on the Seven Network's celebrity singing contest It Takes Two in 2006. Paired with David Hobson as her tutor, she eventually won the contest.
In 2003, she starred in the television movie Mermaids, and has since appeared in numerous other feature film roles. She also appeared as a guest star in the sci-fi series Farscape in the episodes "Terra Firma" and "Unrealized Reality".In 2007, Heynatz starred in the motion picture Gabriel.
Having recently married long term partner Andrew Kingston, Heynatz's first CD single is due for release in October 2008, with her debut album due for release early 2009. She previously has starred in an Olay commercial and was the co-host of the third series of It Takes Two. Erika was a special guest judge during Cycle 8 of America's Next Top Model where one of the episodes was filmed in Sydney.
On 15 April 2008, Heynatz performed a cover of the Rosi Golan song 'Slide' on It Takes Two and impressed the critics with the performance.
 Personal life
She is currently signed to Chic Management in Sydney.
Erika Heynatz @ The Venus Closest Limbo Line Up in Sydney - Nov 24 (x8)
Erika Heynatz - Water For Elephants Premiere in Sydney 06-05-2011 (x2)
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