Megan is an actor, improviser and writer originally from South-West Victoria, now living in Melbourne.
She studied at 16th Street Actors Studio, Melbourne and at iO Theatre in Chicago. Megan performed improv in both the UK and the US and has been training and performing with the Improv Conspiracy ensemble for 3 years.
Her recent theatre performances include Lead by Voices (Owl and Cat), The Staffroom (Dramatizing Productions), Little Box of Oblivion (Peridot Theatre), Beers and Babes (Meat Market), and most recently What Country, Friends, Is This? (BYTE). She has filmed over a dozen independent and student films, notably The Desperate (Humblebrag), Fly, Waterfowl (Aristrea), Cardiac Relations (Swinburne) and shot web sketches such as Sideliners (ABC) and Mixed Up (The Improv Conspiracy). She was one of the writers and performers on C31 sketch show Quiz Night and performed in the MAFMAD commercial short There’s No Place Like Home Safe. Megan enjoys developing and exploring scripts as well as working on polished pieces and is fascinated by character relationships and dynamics.
Megan continues her work with BYTE in the upcoming play Ordinary Australians.