|Current Status:||Rushing to organize for a press conference.|
|Nick Name:||Yana, Tanya, Tanechka, TanYUchen'ka, TanyUs'ka|
|Character Quote:||Skolko stran, stolko i obychayev. (So many countries, so many customs.)|
|Character Background:||Born in Moscow to 1st Class Test Pilot Captain Ceril Erzin (DOB - July 5, 1965) and Kara Erzin (a nurse), Tatyana is the first of 3 children. Her family home is in Nizhny Novgorod. As a father, Ceril Erzin does much to protect his children from any sort of manual work, having learned from his mother (Tatyana's paternal grandmother) who struggled to raise her two sons alone.|
Early in her life, Tatyana showed an interest in airplanes, puzzles, and (coincidentally) medical equipment such as needles and tubes.
Somewhat lacking ambition, Tatyana thought to enter the same career path as her father, much to the dismay of her mother. Within 2 months of consideration into a military academy, a young Tatyana Erzin followed a group of friends to a charity event sponsored by ACME Moscow. There, she discovered the Agency and found it to be a good middle ground between what she wanted and what her parents would approve.
Tanya Erzin was a Detective with ACME Moscow until November of 2010, where she accepted a role as ACME's Press and Public Relations Officer in San Francisco.
|Personality:||Tatyana enjoys the finer things in life, she dresses well and learned from her father that appearances isn't everything, but they do count.|
Like most the Russians that she grew up around, Tanya has a typically cynical view on life. She is emotional but very reserved, with the belief that there should be no difference between professional and personal feelings. Most of the time, she is indifferent, and she won't speak to anyone that hasn't been introduced. Tatyana has gone through entire social gatherings, having fun in them, without saying a single word.
Also like many Russians, she's a passionate introvert. She'll shy away from extroverted behavior such as crossing her legs, stretching, yawning, or shouting in public, but has no problem with public display of affection.