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The eldest daughter of a printing company executive and a psychologist, Meg had a comfortable childhood in Pasadena, California. She majored in drama at Northwestern, acting in summer stock between terms. Hired in 1971 as the "Cadillac Eldorado convertible girl" for a New York auto show, she decided on Manhattan as home, which proved a fortuitous ... See full bio »

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Santa Barbara Writer
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 2013 Live on Bowen (TV Series) (assistant floor manager - 2 episodes)
- Episode #2.8 (2013) ... (assistant floor manager)
- Episode #2.5 (2013) ... (assistant floor manager)
 2002-2004 The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series) (executive story consultant - 559 episodes)
- Episode #1.4417 (2004) ... (executive story consultant)
- Episode #1.4416 (2004) ... (executive story consultant)
- Episode #1.4415 (2004) ... (executive story consultant)
- Episode #1.4414 (2004) ... (executive story consultant)
- Episode #1.4413 (2004) ... (executive story consultant)
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5' 7" (1.7 m)

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Early in her career, she screen-tested for a role in a film produced by Gregory Peck titled The Dove (1974), but she didn't get the role. After she became a successful actress and writer for soap operas, she and her husband, a fellow soap opera writer, Robert Guza, Jr., bought a house Peck owned in the 1940s for $2.8 million in 2003.

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