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A native of St. Petersburg, Florida, Megan Brown has been working professionally as an actress since 1998. She booked her second audition out with a role as Mileena, the evil ugly twin to the beautiful princess Kitana on WB's Mortal Kombat. Thanks that good fortune early on, Megan is proudly a card-carrying member of the Screen Actor's Guild. ... See full bio »

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Mr. Brooks
Mr. Brooks Dance Couple (Woman)
Mortal Kombat: Conquest
Game of Death
Game of Death Writer
The Steam Experiment


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 2009 Robodoc
Cross-Eyed Mom
 2009 Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
 2009 The Steam Experiment
 2009 Feast III: The Happy Finish (Video)
Woman Stranger
 2008 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Woman Kissing Benjamin (uncredited)
 2008 Strokes (TV Movie)
 2007 Mr. Brooks
Dance Couple (Woman)
 2007 Mexican Sunrise
Willy Red (scenes deleted)
 2004 Johnny Blue (Short)
 1999 Mortal Kombat: Conquest (TV Series)
- Shadow of a Doubt (1999) ... Mileena
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 2017 General Commander (TV Series)
 2011 Game of Death (screenplay)

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She played the lead role, Anna, opposite Emmy Award winner Pruitt Taylor Vince in a run of Lanford Wilson's "Burn This" in Shreveport, Louisiana.


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