Meg Steedle

Actress Meg Steedle first made her professional debut in theater, working on notable world premieres such as David Ives’ “The Heir Apparent” at the Shakespeare Theatre and Ken Ludwig’s “Fox on the Fairway” directed by John Rando at Signature Theatre.

She achieved widespread recognition with her breakout role as flapper and Broadway actress “Billie Kent” opposite Steve Buscemi in Season 3 of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, earning her a SAG Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

In 2015, Meg Chambers Steedle joined the cast of NBC’s The Mysteries of Laura, working opposite Debra Messing as “Detective Frankie Pulaski.” Other television roles include Grey’s Anatomy, American Horror Story, NCIS, Nashville, I’m Dying Up Here, Perception, Code Black, and Mr. Mercedes among others.

On the big screen, Meg worked opposite Lance Henriksen, Tom Berenger, and Danny Trejo in the western Gone Are the Days from Lionsgate and won the 61st and final Golden Eagle Cine Award for Best Narrative Short Film as a producer and lead actor of The Lightkeeper, opposite Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Bruce Davison.

As a writer and songwriter, Meg was a 2019 finalist for the Screencraft Film Fund with her original musical film Pop Screen and was a 2022 Slamdance finalist for her screenplay Patient.

Meg Chambers Steedle is currently on the New York stage at The Public Theater in the world premiere of Ife Olujobi’s play Jordans, a piercing exploration of assimilation, racial capitalism, success, and survival directed by Obie Award winner, Whitney White.

She is also in pre-production to direct her first original musical film, based in part on her experiences as a late-night receptionist at a notable Hollywood recording studio, scheduled to begin shooting this winter.