Eric Loren trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England. As an actor, Eric specialized in working with new writing. He has performed in World and British Premieres at the Duchess Theatre in the West End, The Royal Court, The Soho Theatre, The Hampstead Theatre, The Kings Head and The Bush. He has toured extensively in the UK and worked in Rep at such theatres as The Manchester Royal Exchange, Plymouth Theatre Royal, Cheltenham Everyman, Salisbury Playhouse, Manchester Library Theatre, Lyric Theatre Belfast, Leicester Haymarket and Chester Gateway Theatre.

He was a founding member of the White Knuckle Theatre Association where he directed 'Cracked Eggs' at the Finborough Theatre and 'Charlie Don't Surf' at the Old Red Lion.  Eric directed the short film of Cracked Eggs and is on board to direct the feature film of 'Charlie don't Surf'.

Eric is also a founding member and director of DayOne Productions, specializing in bringing live performance to film. Eric directed 42 stories for the award winning Storyspinner series and is currently filming two new series.

On television, Eric recently play Mr Diagoras and the Human Dalek in Dr.Who and has been a series regular and guest lead on numerous series. On film he has appeared in such films as Mr. Nice, The Fourth Kind, Til Death, Saving Private Ryan, The Saint and Night Breed.

Eric has been associated with TEV since the late 90's when he directed Baloopa's Journey written by Steve Jones. In 2007 as part of the Blake250 festival, he directed William Blake's Divine Humanity at the New Player's Theatre. In 2009 he directed Eternity in an Hour.