Meghan is an award-winning actor and writer from Newry who trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
She is currently playing Elizabeth Bennet on a UK Tour of the Royal Lyceum Theatre's PRIDE & PREJUDICE* *SORT OF. Previous to this she played Stella in the critically acclaimed Lyric Production of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE directed by Emma Jordan.
Other theatre credits include MEDICINE for Off the Middle at the Hope Theatre, KING KEICH, THE PERSIANS, THE WEIR SISTERS for Oran Mor with Traverse Theatre, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at Shakespeare's Globe, THE CRUCIBLE at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA for Guilford Shakespeare Company, HAMLET for Citizen's Theatre in Glasgow, SECRET SHOW 1 for Blood of the Young at the Tron Theatre, LOVERS, LOOK BACK IN ANGER for the Cumbernaud Theatre, and NOTHING TO BE DONE at Setkani/Encounter, Neu/Now Festival and Edinburgh Festival.
Screen credits include SHETLAND for the BBC, THE TOLL for Western Edge Pictures, EVERYTHING WILL BE OKAY for BBC Northern Ireland and SCOT SQUAD for Comedy Unit at the BBC.
Writing Credits include MEDICINE, THE PERSIANS, GOLDEN ARM THEATRE PROJECT, and NOTHING TO BE DONE which was awarded the MARTA Award for Best Script.
As of 2019, Meghan has been awarded the Channel 4 Playwrights Bursary with Traverse Theatre, a New Playwrights Award with Playwrights' Studio Scotland, and was one of the writers on the New Playwrights Programme at the Lyric Theatre in 2018 with her play CROCODILE FEVER, which will be staged at the Traverse Theatre and Lyric Theatre later this year.
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