Meg Favreau is an LA-based TV and magazine writer, director, and artist. Meg writes both comedies and genre dramas; most recently, she was staffed on a TBA animated series for Hulu.
In 2018, Meg created and showran the Brat digital series Total Eclipse (a tween dramedy with the one thing most tween dramedies have been missing: fantasies of living on the moon). Other TV writing credits include Warner Brothers’ Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz and TBA animated series for Hasbro and Netflix. In 2017, Meg was selected for the Screenwriters Colony for Episodic Comedy, and her scripts have won or been finalists in contests and programs including the Tracking Board Launch Pad, WeScreenplay’s Diverse Voices, The Austin Film Festival, and the Sundance New Voices Lab.
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 and watching any comedy or sci-fi that came through her family’s satellite dish. Meg now spends her free time… well, doing pretty much the same thing, plus making stuff like 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: