Meagan Monique Good (born 8 August 1981) famously known as Meagan Good is an American actress and model.
She rose to fame after her appearance in the role of Cisely Batiste in the film Eve’s Bayou.
She got more fame for her roles as Jacqui Dandridge in Deliver Us from Eva, Naomi Phillips in Roll Bounce, and April Palmer in Stomp de Yard.
Real Facts About Meagan
- Full Name: Meagan Monique Good
- Stage Name: Meagan Good
- Born: August 8, 1981
- Age: 41 years old (2022)
- Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, U.S
- Nationality: American
- Parents: Leon Good, Tyra Wardlow-Doyle
- Siblings (sisters): La’Myia Good, Lexus Good, Colbert Good
- Partner: DeVon Franklin (m. 2012-2022)
- Occupation: Actress, model
- Net Worth: N/A
Meagan Good was born on August 9, 1981, in Los Angeles, California, United States, to parents Leon Good, and Tyra Wardlow-Doyle.
Her father Leon is an LAPD police officer and her mother Tyra worked as Good’s manager into her teens.
She grew up alongside her siblings in Canyon Country. She has two sisters namely La’Myia Good and Lexus Good, Colbert Good.
Meagan began acting at the age of four. She worked as an extra on television shows like Doogie Howser, M.D, and Amen in the early stages of her career.
She made her film debut at the age of 13 with a role in the comedy Friday. She came to the limelight for her role as Cisley Batiste in the film Eve’s Bayou.
She began to take mature roles in the early 2000s and starred as Nina on Nickelodeon’s TV Show Cousin Skeeter.
She had small roles in films like 3 Strikes and House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute.
Good was able to transition into an adult actress in 2003 with roles in the action-drama Biker Boyz and Deliver Us from Eva.
She played the role of Vanessa for one season of My Wife and Kids and starred in the action film D.E.B.S alongside Sara Foster, Jill Ritchie, and Jordana Brewster, in 2004.
Good has starred in other films such as You Got Served, Venom, Roll Bounce, One Missed Call, Good Hair, The Unborn, Monster Hunter, The Intruder, Day Shift, and many others.
She has also appeared in television series like Minority Report, Code Black, Harlem, Prodigal Son, Deception, and so on.
She has also appeared in music videos for the likes of Will Smith, Memphis Bleek, Imajin, Isyss, 50 Cent, and Tyrese.
She has a production company Freedom Bridge Entertainment, which she started alongside Tamara Bass, Ty Hodges, and Marlon Olivera.
Good and Hill Carper contributed to the book Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman, by Eniran Bereola II.