A stunt performer in the upcoming action extravaganza, “The Expendables 2,” Megan has been dancing since she was three. Her professional career began at the age of ten in equity theatre in her hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. Her adolescent years on stage and in front of a camera were her training grounds in commercial, print, theatre and musical theatre, performing internationally and regionally, until she decided to relocate to L.A. to pursue an acting career immediately following her high school graduation. Her continuous training in her acting includes being an alumnus of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and The Meisner Center. She currently studies with Stuart Rogers at Stuart Rogers Studios and at Improv Olympic in Hollywood. Her versatility as an actress and wide range of skills and talents have led to many challenging and diverse jobs in T.V., film, documentary, commercials, print, live shows and motion capture for clients including Lenscrafters, Nike, Adidas, Asics, Sprint, Marvel, and Ipod. She has made episodic appearances on shows such as “Leverage,” “Shake It Up,” “The Resistance” and “Warehouse 13.” and has worked in numerous indie films including “Wasteland,” a post-apocalyptic action film, and more recently, “Battle B-Boy.” In 2010, Megan co-founded AIM: Artists in Motion, a charity support group in which artists come together to give support to local charities. She is also a working producer and writer with her film production company, Five Fingers Media.

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