Born and raised in London, Meg has a BA in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of Warwick and an MA in Acting from Mountview.
Shortly after graduating in 2014, Meg played several roles in Dominic Dromgoole’s Measure for Measure at Shakespeare’s Globe. An unforgiving costume change transformed her from a prostitute to a nun in a matter of seconds!
Film credits include Gemma in Undercliffe, directed by Lisa Mulcahy, and Gloria in the feature film Making Noise Quietly, directed by Dromgoole, both with his company, Open Palm Films.
Her theatre credits include A Woman of No Importance and The Importance of Being Earnest at The Vaudeville Theatre, as part of Classic Spring Theatre Company’s Oscar Wilde season. Following the West End run of A Woman of No Importance, in which she played Alice, she took on the larger role of Lady Stutfield In the National tour.
Meg is a keen singer and performs at open mic nights across London with her own band. Her alto range is ideal for their blues/country take on popular songs.
She went to dance school for 10 years and is a great tapper. A qualified scuba diver, her most exciting descent was into a shark-breeding hole in the Caribbean when she was just 16!