Meg’s performing career began in London over a decade ago with the role of Belle in a pantomime production of Beauty & The Beast (M&M Productions). Meg then returned to Melbourne to train at the National Theatre Drama School and went on to complete her Bachelor of Arts (Drama) at Monash University.

Meg is passionate about acting and reading and loves combining these skills as a voice artist and presenter. Her vivacious personality and versatility, combined with her professionalism and experience make her a joy to work with.

Recent theatre credits include Any Questions for Ben? (Working Dog Productions), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (TML Enterprises), Motherhood The Musical (HIT Productions), Kismet (The Production Company), The Hatpin (Magnormos), It’s Only Life – featuring John Bucchino (DTM/Stella Entertainment), The Shakespeare Revue (Australian Shakespeare Festival), Sylvia Plath – The Girl Who Wanted To Be God (New Performance Company), Harp on the Willow (Malcolm Cooke/Ensemble Productions) in which she understudied Marina Prior and Lucy Maunder, as well as both the Australian and Asian tours of Eurobeat – Almost Eurovision (Glynn Nicholas Group). She also spent twelve months at Universal Studios in Japan and was Resident Vocalist on P&O’s Pacific Dawn. Meg has been a proud member of the MEAA since 2003.