Christy talks with comedian and actor Meg Griffiths Anderson about family meals, going sober, dinner-party perfectionism, difficulties with self-care, and lots more!
Meg Griffiths Anderson is a comedian, actor, and improviser who loves to use her malleable facial expressions, physicality, and off-beat humor to go to great lengths for a joke.
Meg is a founding member of one of New York's longest running long-form improvisational comedy teams, The Baldwins, which performs to sold-out crowds Saturday nights at 8pm at The PIT. She created, curated and produced the first comedy show in the 148-year history of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Comedy Night at BAMcafe. She writes and performs sketch comedy with Loose Diamonds Sketch Comedy, teaches Level 1 and 2 improv at The PIT, creates and produces short videos, and is currently performing her one woman show, "It Came From Below."
Meg has appeared on MTV, E! Entertainment, and Discovery Channel. She has performed live comedy at various and sundry New York venues including: The Peoples Improv Theater, Upright Citizens Brigade, Magnet Theater, The Living Room, Comix, Gotham City Improv, Boston Improv Festival, Philadelphia Improv Theater, Columbia University, 2nd Annual Mid- Atlantic Comedy Smorgasbord, Mo Pitkin's House of Satisfaction, Stage Left Studio, I Had It Bad Storytelling Night, The Shortened Attention Span Horror Festival at the Player's Theater (voted "Best of the Fest"), and The Kraine Theater.
Find her at MegGriffiths.com.