Meg Favreau is an LA-based TV and magazine writer, filmmaker, and artist. She’s currently writing on an animated series for Netflix, and her most recent short film was Hot Dog Steering Wheel. Meg has also written on series for Hulu, Warner Brothers, Mattel, and Hasbro; and she was one of four writers selected for the 2017 Screenwriters Colony Episodic Lab, a screenwriting retreat in a house that may or may not be haunted.
Meg’s humor writing has appeared in publications including Real Simple, Eating Well, The American Bystander, The New Yorker, and McSweeney’s. She also has a background in food and weird history writing, and her cookbook, Little Old Lady Recipes: Comfort Food and Kitchen Table Wisdom, was released in 2011 by Quirk Books.
Originally from Northern New Hampshire, Meg spent her childhood playing in the woods, reading comic books, and watching as much TV as she could handle. Meg now spends her free time… well, doing pretty much the same thing, plus making stuff like this and this.
Meg is repped by Sarah Dodge at Industry Entertainment. Casket photo by B.A. Van Sise.
TL;DR: Meg can largely be explained by this photo from when she was 15: