Megan Mullally had spent the last decade or so, playing both sides of the camera as both an actress and a stand-up artist. Her credits include numerous appearances on television shows such as spinning on Law & Order, Scrubs, Two Hours True Crime, Fringe, Gossip Girl, and others. Additionally, she has released several solo albums as well as being in many of her own stand-up comedy specials. In addition, she has also had some small roles in movies such as Swing Vote, American Pie, and Get Shorty. Now, she is returning to her two favorite mediums: performing stand-up comedy and writing books.
Megan Mullally was born in Encinitas, California. Her childhood and adolescence were spent in Southern California, where she attended Pepperwood College in San Francisco. After graduation, Megan became an actress on TV shows such as Roseanne, E.T. Even though Megan won’t be considered a “true” TV star when compared to predecessors such as Oprah Winfrey or Chelsea Peretti (both of whom were nominated for the Emmys), her career has nonetheless produced some excellent television shows and films, most notably the 2021 movie The Cable Guy.
Megan studied English literature at the University of San Francisco, where she became interested in writing while attending the university. While enrolled, she appeared on one of the school’s parades as part of a protest march against the construction of a mosque in nearby San Francisco. Later on, Megan moved to Los Angeles and worked in fashion magazines for a few years, but she began to concentrate more on writing in order to launch her own successful stand-up career.
Megan Mullally has additionally appeared on numerous television shows, including Smallville, Lost, Frasier, Friends, Stargate: SG1, Chuck and consisted of several popular short sketches. She also appeared in the feature length film Top Five. She has also appeared in several movies, including The Cable Guy, Meet the Parents, Wild Hogs, Edward Scissorhands, The Pursuit of Happyness, Big Fish, The Pursuit of Coolness, and many others. She also appeared in several TV specials, including American Dad, Mom, Chicago, King of the Hill, Raising Helen, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Defiance, Brides, among many others.
Megan’s acting repertoire consists of supporting roles on television shows such as Smallville, The Finder, The Mentalist, Desperate Housewives, The Good Wife, ER, Stargate: SG1, Psych, Chuck, Supergirl, X-Files, The Dead Zone, Brides, The Perfect Score, Married, Glee, and Scrubs. In addition, she has portrayed a supporting role in numerous independent films, such as English National Park, No Country For Old Men, The Rage, Stuck on Broadway, and The Royal Scam. Her most notable supporting role was on the television show Angel, playing the role of Rebekah Brooks, the wife of a serial killer.
Megan Mullally lives in Los Angeles, California, and she is active in the fashion and entertainment industry. She enjoys playing the character of the strong, committed mother in various television shows, movies, and video games. As an actor, she has had supporting roles in some of her best-known movies and television shows. On television, she has played the role of a loving mother in the series Californication, Family Guy, Girl Meets Boy, Supergirl, The Firm, and The X-Files. On the big screen, she appeared in the films Edward Scissorhands (where she plays the young version of Alice Cooper), Rain Main, School Daze, and The Pursuit of Happyness. Megan Mullally also has a small role in the massively successful Harry Potter movie series.