10 Q’s with the Queen of Late Night TV, Erika Jordan

She’s a licensed love coach and certified sexologist known as the “Queen of Late Night TV.”

Playmate Erika Jordan goes 10 questions sharing her thoughts on her career and briefly shares what she believes is the biggest myth that causes many insecurities.

Gino Terrell: “How does one become a certified sexologist and licensed love coach?”

Erika Jordan: “I started working for an adult dating website for five years in which I had to receive sex and dating questions then create a video response. I had to diligently research to make sure I was giving the best possible answers and I just fell in love with it! The idea of saving relationships and helping people find and maintain love makes me feel like a superhero! So I headed back to school to attain my masters in clinical psychology but in the meantime I wanted to be able to educate and guide people in their love lives so I started taking courses at Loveology University with Dr. Ava Cadell. I now have a book full of certificates and licenses!” (This includes a collection of titles such as: health coach, love coach, sex expert, etc.) 
Erika JordanG.T.: “Can you explain what you do in this role and approximately how many clients you service?”

E.J.: “I educate and guide singles and couples. Help them improve their self esteem, flirt, rekindle the spark, communicate more effectively, etc. I do this through one-on-one coaching and assignments. I have anywhere between 3-20 clients at a time. Occasionally, I work as a wing woman helping men navigate social settings.”

G.T.: “You are known as the ‘Queen of Late Night TV.’ How did you make a name for yourself as this?”

E.J.: “Ha, the fun thing about Cinemax and HBO is the movies just keep airing over and over again. At times I’m on three channels at once, always after 9p.m. It’s not that I’m shooting these movies all the time they just happen to air more often than anything else I do: unless you watch my YouTube channel on repeat, which I think you should do!”

G.T.: “Working with Playboy what was your most memorable project?”

E.J.: “My favorite time with Playboy was starring in ‘Canoga Park’ as the ditzy secretary Judy B. ‘Totally Busted’ was also a lot of fun because we never staged the pranks: They were always real and hilarious!”

G.T.: “What about your career path thus far do you find most fulfilling?”

E.J.: “My most fulfilling moments are when someone is thanking me for helping them find love or preventing divorce. I’m a big fan of growth. If you’re not growing, you’re dying; so I love the constant challenge and opportunities for growth.”

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G.T.: “What do you hope to accomplish as you go further in your career?”

E.J.: “I would like to add MFT to my name: Marriage, family, [and] therapist. And get a radio or TV show.”

G.T.: “What are three words that describe you best?”

E.J.: “Passionate, stubborn and surprising.”

G.T.: “You do it all. Comedy, broadcast, modeling and erotica. What would you say is your favorite genre?”

E.J.: “Comedy, sex and dating make a great threesome so I love giving tips in a comedic fashion!”

G.T.: “As a sexologist and love coach, what’s the biggest myth you feel men and woman need to let go of?”

E.J.: “Bigger isn’t always better and there are exceptions to every rule. [Also,] don’t let your past failures define your future.”

G.T.: “Where can we see more of you?”

E.J.: “Please come see me at or”

She can also be found on Instagram and Twitter.

By Gino Terrell

This article was originally published in MCXV.


Gino Terrell is the Director of Content at Hidden Valley Culture Blog/In-Depth section. Terrell covered local artists and reviewed mainstream shows in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area under the Twin Cities Daily Planet (2014-15). He also freelanced for MinnPost and interned at Pioneer Press, KSTP TV (the Minneapolis ABC News Affiliate) and American Public Media Group. He's accumulated over 30 awards from the Associated Collegiate Press, Society of Professional Journalists and National Association of Black Journalists and founded award winning student-magazine Pipers In-Depth at Hamline University (St. Paul, Minnesota). He was once the sports editor for the school newspaper, The Oracle. Follow him on Twitter: @Gin026


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