Meg is an actor, script writer, theatre and film creator. Her stage credits include a national tour of Paul Jenning’s play “The Gizmo,” Ibsen’s “Ellida” for the VCE syllabus, “Three Sisters,” “Cloudstreet,” “A Pillar of Salt,” “Fallen Angels,” Brainstorm productions national tour, “Shadows of Angels,” “Eight,” “Proctor What,” “Hell Hath No Fury,” “Oscar Wilde’s Women” and “Tchekov at The House of Special Purpose.”
On screen ABC’s “It’s A Date,” “Womb,” “Cat Sick Blues,” “Aunty Donna,” “Long Distance,” self-written “Things Are Really Great Here” and self-written and directed “Crocodile” (Official Selection Melbourne Independent Film Awards Best Actress.)
She’s done TVC’s for Sportsbet, Homely and Kaboodle Kitchens to name only a few.
Meg was the recipient of the BAF Nicholson Grant for the Melbourne production of her play “Glasshouse.” Her play “Sufferance” debuted as the opening show for the Melbourne Meat Markets new venue The Stables. She completed a Bachelor of Acting at Ballarat Arts Academy (BAPA), has been an ensemble member of Q44 Theatre and is a proud advocate and student at PEM Studios Melbourne.
Meg is a trained yoga instructor and in her spare time you can find her outside drawing or skate-boarding/falling off her skate-board.