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Meg is 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 with BBC Studios for Quibi, 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 is currently developing a scripted comedy with RoughcutTV, and a drama with Pinzutu 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

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