Meagan Hill is a freelance actress and board member of SAG-AFTRA in Philadelphia. She has appeared in numerous professional theatre productions, cabarets and showcases in the area. Her first TV appearance was on the Chief Halftown Show where he asked all her fellow performers to sing as LOUD as her!

Meagan began her career as a Blue Forget-Me-Not in "Snow White." She studied dance at Lehman Studios and Jean Williams' Germantown Ballet Company. After earning a degree in Theatre at DeSales University, she taught Broadcast Dramatics at the American Academy of Broadcasting in Philadelphia. It was while performing as a "Pinchable Wench" at "Oh Henry's Olde Bristish Dinner Theatre" that her singing and comedic talent helped to gain her notice.

Meagan performed leading roles in "Guys and Dolls,""Oklahoma," "The Boyfriend" and "Mame" at local dinner theatres. She then founded a comedy troupe,"Skitzoid," that performed in Philadelphia and South Jersey. Meagan Hill has sung at many cabarets in Philadelphia, New Hope and New York City and has appeared in several showcases.

After joining the union, Meagan appeared in numerous TV and Film productions. Recent credits include "Law and Order," "Do No Harm," "Paranoia" and "Silver Linings Playbook." In 2012, Meagan was asked to fill a vacancy on the AFTRA Board in Philadelphia.

She was re-elected after the SAG-AFTRA merger and is currently serving on the Local Board and the National panel for Honors and Tributes. Along with Broadcast Pioneers members John Bell and Brad Seecof, she produced and directed the promotional video for the Pennsylvania Film Industry Association. She also produced SAG-AFTRA's promotional video where local Broadcasters and Actors were interviewed for the National office.

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