A Canadian born actress, Megan Park is known for her critically acclaimed roles in numerous hit television series and feature films including Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom,” “Central Intelligence,” with Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and “Charlie Bartlett,” with Robert Downey Jr. She was awarded TIFF’s “Rising Star” for her role in "What If," alongside Daniel Radcliff and Zoe Kazan, but is best known for her starring role on six seasons of the ABC Family hit show “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” for which she won a People’s Choice Award and Teen Choice Award.
Park’s directorial debut was in 2016 when she wrote and directed the short film, "Lucy in My Eyes," which premiered at the 2017 Austin Film Festival and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Short. Recently writing a pilot, which CBS studios bought, Park and is now writing a feature film for New Line-Warner Bros. with Shailene Woodley attached as the star. Park also recently co-wrote and co-directed a web series titled, “We’re Adults Now,” with Canadian writer Katie Boland.
An avid director of several music videos, which have grossed more than fifty million views, Park has worked with artists such as Mike Posner, Blackbear, Gucci Mane and Billie Eilish. As an actress, she has two feature films and several projects in production slated for a 2018 release, and she has numerous other writing and directing projects in development.