Jim Rome on Showtime, Showtime Networks
- Co-host of "Jim Rome on Showtime"
- 2012 Brand Ambassador for FILA
- Former U.S. Junior Olympic-certified swim coach, personal trainer, dancer and fitness competitor
- AANC Certified Nutritional Consultant
Erin Sharoni currently appears on Showtime's "Jim Rome on Showtime" as the host of "Rome-ing the World." Erin formerly co-hosted "CNBC Sports Biz" with Darren Rovell from 2011-2013, on the NBC Sports Network. Erin made her debut in the sports broadcasting world in 2010 as the St. John's mens basketball sideline reporter. She was the host of "We Are St. John's: All Access" on Red Storm Report, which aired weekly on SNY during NCAA basketball season.
Erin is a former U.S. Junior Olympic-certified swim coach, personal trainer, dancer and fitness competitor, and is an AANC Certified Nutritional Consultant. She also practices the Japanese healing art of Reiki, and is Level 2 Reiki certified. In 2010, Erin was selected as a model to appear in a national advertising campaign for FILA athletic apparel, and was featured in online, print, and in-store ads for FILA Body Toning System, and online for FILA Yoga and Personal Performance apparel lines. Her ads have appeared in Shape, Fitness, Life & Style, OK!, Star, and in Dick's Sporting Goods and Lady Footlocker stores, nationwide. She was a 2012 Brand Ambassador for FILA. Erin recently completed her first supporting actress role in the film short "Hollywood Jack", set for a 2013 release. Her first feature film role was in "Peace After Marriage", which won Best Narrative at Tribeca: All Access (Tribeca Film Festival) in 2010. Erin's unique background has led to her interest and success in many different professional genres including dance, writing, music, acting, computer media and the life sciences. She worked on Wall Street for 6 years, and has recently made the transition from the financial world to a full-time career in sports broadcasting & TV hosting, acting and modeling. Erin holds a B.A. with Honors in Studio Art from Wesleyan University. She resides in New York City and can be heard cheering loudly for the New York Rangers and Knicks.