Meghann Fahy started acting on stage, but she has since expanded far beyond the theatre to a robust career in film and television. In 2010, she made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award®- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical "Next to Normal." Around this time, Fahy landed her first television role terrorizing Llanview as Hannah O'Connor on ABC's "One Life to Live." From there, her career in film and television took off. She has starred and recurred in such series as "The Jim Gaffigan Show," "The Good Wife," "Necessary Roughness," "Political Animals," "Chicago Fire," "Gossip Girl,"and played the young Betty White in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "The Lost Valentine." Other feature credits include supporting roles in the independent features "Burning Bodhi," "Those People" and "License Plates."
In between her busy TV/film schedule, she was seen Off-Broadway in "Lost Girls" at the Lucille Lortel Theater directed by Jo Bonney. She also starred as the titular character, Samantha Brown, in the Goodspeed musical production of "The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown," a new musical by Brian Lowdermilk and Kait Kerrigan. This year she was seen in the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of "Linda."
Fahy was seen opposite Jessica Chastain in the 2016 John Madden film "Miss Sloane." Fahy can currently be seen playing Sutton Brady on Freeform's "The Bold Type."