Centenarian Shares Story From Alps Through WWII & Hollywood

Apr 2, 2015

Erica Sullivan
Credit Courtesy Erica Sullivan

She was born in a ski lodge in the Italian Alps, rode a tandem bike with her husband through France to escape Hitler’s advancement across Europe, lived in New York City, worked in Hollywood during its heyday with such luminaries as Loretta Young, sat down to lunch regularly with Star Trek creator Gene Rodenberry…and the list goes on.

Now at the 100-year mark, Erica Sullivan still swims laps twice weekly, leads an active social life and keeps up with the fast-paced world around her via her e-mail account, a cell phone and her new Kindle.

Hear the story of “The Traveling Lady” in her own words.


Erica Sullivan keeps up with the 21st-century world around her on her PC, cell phone and Kindle.
Credit Photo by Jim Kent

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