Award-winning Actress, Director & Activist
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Meg Ryan is an internationally recognised award-winning actress, director and activist. To call Meg ‘The queen of romantic comedy’, is no exaggeration. From her first Golden Globe Nominated performance in the iconic When Harry Met Sally to the Tom Hanks co-starred hits of Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail and many more, Meg Ryan became not only a household name, but a global sensation.
Meg’s illustrious career was acknowledged in August this year as she was honored with the Leopard Club Award at the 71st Locarno Festival as an icon of romantic comedy, stating that
“No one could portray irony, kindness, wit and fragility like Meg Ryan did.”
With comedic roles truly mastered Meg set about showing that there were more strings to her bow and acclaim soon followed for her distinctive dramatic portraits, including her role opposite Denzel Washington as the first military woman nominated for a Medal of Honor in Courage Under Fire, and her moving portrayal of a wonderful woman with a drinking problem in Luis Mandoki’s When A Man Loves A Woman.
Additional film credits include: French Kiss with Kevin Kline, Innerspace, Joe Versus The Volcano, The Doors and City of Angels with Nicolas Cage.
Meg’s versatility and natural charm in every role she plays ensures that she is still in great demand for movie and television. In 2016 Meg made her directorial film debut with ITHACA, written by Erik Jendersen and based on the novel by William Saroyan.
Outside of Hollywood’s microscope Meg has travelled to Cambodia as part of the groundbreaking PBS documentary series, Half The Sky, which followed a series of women and girls living under difficult circumstances and fighting to challenge them.
Meg speaks eloquently on environmental protection, green issues, disruptive business and, of course, anecdotally on Hollywood, movies and her own fascinating life.