ACTOR. WRITER. 

MEG

SALTER

 

ABOUT

 

Meg is an actress and a multi-award winning comedian and filmmaker. Having won the prestigious William and Katherine Longman Scholarship to train at LAMDA, she graduated with a role in Brian Percival's BBC One drama A Song For Jenny opposite Emily Watson. Other credits include Downton Abbey (ITV), The Headhunter (October Films), The Sam Wanamaker Festival (Shakespeare’s Globe) and Oedipus (The Almeida). 

Most recently she starred in a viral music video for Easy Life (BBC Sounds 2020) and is developing a Muriel sketch show for TV with BBC Studios, which she will write, star in and executive produce alongside Janine Harouni and Sally O’Leary. 

 

Muriel, hailed as the ‘New Smack the Pony’ (Chortle & Evening Standard) are best known for their viral online sketches. Their most recent collaborations with BBC Studios remain some of BBC Three’s most viewed and engaged-with sketches to date. Their critically acclaimed debut show Bad Master enjoyed a sold out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and two sold out runs at the Soho Theatre. They are also the proud winners of the Leicester Square Sketch-Off and the So You Think You’re Funny Sketch Competition.

As an independent film maker, Meg is the winner of both the First Light Award in association with BAFTA and the Film Nation Award in association with the Cultural Olympiad. She was selected for the 2019-2020 BFI Network x BAFTA Crew, and is currently developing her comedy-drama 'Disgrace', as well as a new show with Danny Brocklehurst, both for Red Productions. As well as writing an episode for Amazon's upcoming thriller, 'The Rig', Meg is also developing original ideas across both comedy and drama with Wild Mercury and Eleventh Hour Films . 

First Light Award in association with BAFTA

Film Nation Award in association with the Cultural Olympiad

So You Think You're Funny Sketch Award

Leicester Square Sketch Off Competition

Film / TV / Online

-Confidential-

Get Away

X vs. Y

Disgrace

Every Other Alice

Nice Guys

Laughing at Salad

BBC Quickies: Asking For It

BBC Quickies: Eva Evergreen

BBC Quickies: Mother's Day

BBC Quickies: Witch Hunt

BBC Quickies: T.W.A.T.S

BBC Quickies: Bad Laptop

Summer Survivors

No Man's Sky with Bill Bailey

Future Female Film Reboots

If Festivals Were People

The Great British Political Bake Off

If Tube Lines Were People

Headhunter

A Song For Jenny

Downton Abbey

Wild Mercury / Amazon

Eleventh Hour Films

Wild Mercury / Kudos

Red Productions

Red Productions

Easy Life (Island Records)

Comedy Central

BBC Three

BBC Three

BBC Three

BBC Three

BBC Three

BBC Three

Roughcut

Roughcut

Muriel Comedy

Muriel Comedy

Muriel Comedy

Muriel Comedy

October Films

BBC One

ITV

Writer (1 Episode) 

Writer

Writer

Writer

Writer (w/Danny Brocklehurst)

Talkshow Host

Writer

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Performer

Jean

Housemate

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Cindy Schall

Joanne

Bright Young Thing

2020

2020

2020

2020

2020

2020

2019

2019

2019

2019

2019

2018

2018

2018

2017

2017

2017

2016

2016

2016

2015

2014

Stage

Muriel: Bad Master

Muriel: Bad Master

The Moon's a Balloon (Reading)

NFTS

Oedius

Blank Pages

Grimm Tales

The Maid's Tragedy

Soho Theatre

Underbelly Edinburgh

Philip Wilson & Lord Grade

Soho Theatre

Almeida

Mingled Yarn

Philip Pullman Productions

The Globe -

Sam Wanamaker Festival

Writer / Performer

Writer / Performer

Primmie

Francesca / Lauren

Jocasta

Carole

Thousand Furs

Evadne

2018

2017

2017

2017

2016

2016

2015

2014

Voice

Google Advert

Godzilla Advert (Warner Bros)

Milkybar Wowsomes

I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella

Malibu Halloween

Google

Warner Bros

Nestlé Milkybar

Penguin Random House

Malibu Rum

Narrator

Narrator

Narrator

Narrator

Narrator

2019

2019

2019

2019

2018

CREDITS

 

VIDEOS

 
Muriel are an international sketch trio comprised of multi-award winning comedians/actors/writers Janine Harouni, Sally O’Leary and Meg Salter. The trio met while training at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, whose notable alumni include Aisling Bea, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Brian Cox. Shortly after graduating, they began making online sketches which amassed millions of views and featured in dozens of international publications. Their most recent videos were made in collaboration with BBC Studios and remain some of BBC Three's most viewed and engaged-with sketches to date.  

Their critically-acclaimed debut show Bad Master enjoyed a sold out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and two sold out runs at the Soho Theatre.

 

So You Think You're Funny Sketch Award

Leicester Square Sketch Off Competition

‘Smack the Pony rides again…If live sketch comedy is dying Muriel has given it the kiss of life’

’Spark and charisma…they just have that special something’

‘Telegenic and versatile…the new Smack the Pony’

‘Muriel are taking the social media platform by storm’

 

MURIEL

CONTACT

Contact Directly

 

ACTING

NOEL GAY

Ellie Cahill-Nicholls

WRITING

CASAROTTO RAMSAY

Christine Glover & Emma Obank

VOICE

THE JONESES

Laura Milne