eg is an OBIE award winning actress with many years experience performing in new plays in New York. She grew up in Manhattan, went to Brown University, and earned an MFA in Acting at UC San Diego. Right after school, she worked regionally at La Jolla Playhouse, Utah Shakespearean Festival, and the Guthrie, where she was privileged to be directed by Garland Wright, James Lapine, and Les Waters. In New York, Meg has originated roles in plays by Adam Bock, Ann Marie Healy, Ethan Lipton, Gina Gionfriddo, and Chiori Miyagawa, and worked with notable directors Pam MacKinnon, Ken Rus Schmoll, David Herskovits, Trip Cullman, Drew Barr, and Alice Reagan.

In 2006, Meg won an OBIE for her performance in Rinne Groff's What Then, directed by Hal Brooks. In presenting the award, Oscar Eustis, artistic director of The Public Theater, said she "awaken[ed] the judges to her graceful, luminous performance."

Meg MacCary

Meg co-founded the critically acclaimed theater company Clubbed Thumb, and served as co-artistic director for 13 years. In 2009, Meg moved on from Clubbed Thumb in order to act full time. Since then she has worked frequently with Target Margin, most notably playing Stephano, the drunken butler in their remarkable production of The Tempest, and Khyenne, the mother of a rebellious daughter, in the Yiddish play The (*) Inn at Abrons Arts Center. She has performed in two of Chiori Miyagawa's beautiful plays: the epic I Came To Look For You on Tuesday at La Mama, and as Woman With Tragic Hair in This Lingering Life at HERE. She covered both leading ladies in Dinner With Friends at The Roundabout and was delighted to go on seven times. In one crazy stretch, she went on 6 times in 5 days, alternating between Karen and Beth. Her sadistic Queen Isabella appears in the latest episode of Jayson Musson's popular web series The Adventures of Jamel: The Time Traveling B-Boy. In 2016 she played Elizabeth in Seen / By Everyone, a new play she co-wrote and co-produced at HERE. Seen / By Everyone was produced this year by Theater of Yugen in San Francisco. Most recently Meg played Meg, the harried reality show producer in the web series Shrinkage, Blair in Yaara Sumerak's short film "American Daddy", Austin Pendleton’s beleaguered wife Susan in City Girls and Desperadoes, and Meg in Little Lord's The Peanut Butter Show. UPCOMING: Little Lord's Skinnamarink at New York Workshop's Next Door Festival in March.

She lives in New York with her husband, two children, and beagle.