Megyn Price Biography
At a young age, Megyn Price proved to be an achiever as she bagged a place in the USA TODAYs Top 20 high school students for her play Here Comes the Sun. From then on, she pursued her career as a playwright and as an actress in school productions and theaters in her hometown. Price studied in one of the top universities in the United States- Standford University- and took courses on communication and economics.
Megyn Price then shifted to finance courses only to discover that her real calling was to act. She left her career as an investment banker and went on to take a role in the television series Grounded for Life. Starring as the hot Claudia Finnery, Price saw that acting was her real deal. Her next big step was starring in Late Line as the sexy Gale Ingersoll and Audrey, the hot wife of Jeff (played by Patrick Warburton) in the television show, Rules of Engagement.
Megyn Price also appeared as a guest star in the Liberation Episode of Quantum Leap, in the episode Drew and Mr. Bell's Nephew of The Drew Carey Show, and in the episode Seeds of Discontent on Will & Grace.
As for films, Megyn Price played the role of Sarah Heinz in the comedy movie Mystery, Alaska in 1999. She also played the lead role of the sexy yet commitment-phobic woman named Lisa Harris in the 1999 film Love Happens starring Elizabeth Lackey and Vince Grant.
Apart from acting and writing, Megyn Price is also a Commentator on VH1's I Love the 80s and I Love the '90s sequels. She is also the voice behind the character of Linda Memari in American Dad.
Megyn Price now lives in Ojai Valley, California with her husband Steady Eddie, an emergency room doctor, and their four-month old baby, Grace. Price loves gardening and is very fond of their dogs Trixie and Elmo.