On the set of Grandma with Lily Tomlin, Julia Garner, Sarah Burns and Director Paul Weitz.

On the set of Grandma with Lily Tomlin, Julia Garner, Sarah Burns and Director Paul Weitz.

Earned my SAG card :)

Earned my SAG card :)

Meg Crosbie

As one of the most watched young actresses in the entertainment industry today, Meg Crosbie has made a name for herself over the last few years with her work in film and television. Meg most recently filmed "The Scent of Rain & Lightning" (2016) opposite Maika Monroe, Maggie Grace, Bonnie Bedelia and Will Patton. Meg gets to explore a more dramatic role as young Jody Linder who sees her parents murdered. Currently Meg can be seen as a series regular on Nickelodeon’s new series “W.I.T.’s Academy.” Meg stars as Emily, a sneaky, clever witch who desperately wants to develop her powers. She also voices the lead in the upcoming animated feature film "RoboDog" (2016) opposite Ellen Page, Steve Zahn, Rainn Wilson and Ron Perlman. 

In 2015 Meg appeared in the film adaptation of John Green’s "Paper Towns”, starring opposite Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne. Meg played the role of Ruthie Spiegelman, Margo Roth Spiegelman’s (Delevingne) younger sister. She was also in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival film, "Grandma" directed by Paul Weitz and starring Lily Tomlin, Marcia Gay Harden, Julia Garner, Sam Elliott and Judy Greer. She is a scene-stealer who gets to punch Lily Tomlin’s character. 

Born in Davidson, NC, Meg is the youngest of three kids. She started as a dancer and found her love for all things performing art through musical theater at a local professional theater company. After that she was hooked and added singing and acting to her talents. She remains very involved in her local theater and performs with several professional companies with roles in “Miracle On 34th Street,” "Oliver! the Musical," “The Cat In The Hat,” “A Christmas Carol” and “Tarzan The Musical.” Meg is currently cast as Annie in "Annie the Musical." When Meg isn't on a set away from home, she still spends many hours a week in the studio and has won several dance competitions for jazz and lyrical dance. Meg enjoys jazz, lyrical, ballet, hip hop, tap and modern dance.  She is also an avid tumbler with lots of fun tricks like back tucks, layouts, front aerials, aerials, back handsprings, and front and back walkovers.

In her down time, Meg volunteers with local charities feeding the homeless.  Meg has a YouTube channel with a friend and can also been found on the neighborhood golf course, playing with her dogs or jet skiing and tubing on the lake. 

 

 

Representation

Untitled Entertainment, LA -  Mgr           Naisha Arnold 310-601-2341

Advantqge PR - Publicist                         Brandi George 323-848-4219  

Osbrink Agency, LA                                 Emily Urbani 818-760-2488

Benz Model & Talent, SE                         Brittany Mumford 813-242-4400