Megan Suri Wiki Bio

American actress Megan Suri was born in Downey, California USA, on 28 March 1999, making Aries her zodiac sign. She has 21 acting credits and is perhaps known best for playing Aneesa in 17 episodes of the popular comedy series “Never Have I Ever”, which stars Poorna Jagannathan and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, and was created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher. It follows the life of an Indian-American girl, the series has been airing since 2020 and has won six of its 22 award nominations.

Megan’s currently shooting for three upcoming movies: “Under the Bridge”, “Companion” and “The Kiss List”.

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Education and early life

Megan was raised in Downey alongside her sister Tanya Suri, by their father Raj Suri and mother whose name is yet to be revealed; it’s believed that Megan’s mother’s a housewife and her father the owner of a grocery store, but this remains unconfirmed.

She fell in love with acting at an early age, and was 11 when she made her debut film appearance, portraying Rani in the 2010 romantic comedy “Valentine’s Day”, which starred Jamie Foxx and Julia Roberts, and was directed by Garry Marshall. It follows the lives of several couples in Los Angeles, California on Valentine’s Day, and the film won seven of its 19 award nominations.

Megan had no roles in the following five years, wanting to focus on her education; she studied at a local high school and upon matriculating in 2017 enrolled at the New York Film Academy, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2021.

Roles in TV series

Megan’s debut TV series role was playing Samira in four episodes of the 2015 comedy “The Brink”, which starred Jack Black and Tim Robbins, and was created by Roberto Benabib and Kim Benabib. It follows the US government as they’re trying to prevent World War III, and the series won only a single award.

The year 2017 saw Megan appear in an episode of the crime mystery “Bones”, the drama “Guidance” and the action adventure comedy “Future Man”, while she also played Tardy Student in the episode “Tough Love” of the hit romantic comedy “Modern Family”.

In 2019, she portrayed Rosie in the episode “R-O– ROLL M-O—MODEL” of the comedy “Speechless”, which starred Minnie Driver and John Ross Bowie, and was created by Scott Silveri. It follows the family of a special needs teenager, the series aired from 2016 through 2019 and won five of its 10 award nominations. Also in 2019, Megan played Rachael in the episode “Vivian’s Here” of the hit crime mystery “How to Get Away with Murder”.

In 2018 and 2019, she portrayed Quinn in four episodes of the comedy “Atypical”, which starred Brigette Lundy-Paine and Jennifer Jason Leigh, and which Robia Rashid created. It follows autistic boy Sam who wants to have a girlfriend, the series aired from 2017 through 2021 and won two of its nine award nominations.

Megan’s three most recent TV series roles have been in the 2020 episode “College Interview” of the mystery thriller “13 Reasons Why”, two episodes of the 2022 animated family adventure “Mira, Royal Detective” (voice role) and the 2023 episode “The Night Shift” of the crime comedy “Poker Face”.

Roles in movies

In 2020, Megan played Claire in the comedy “Dramarama”, which starred Danielle Kay and Anna Grace Barlow, and was written and directed by Jonathan Wysocki. It follows a closeted teenager who’s about to enroll at college, and the movie won seven of its 21 award nominations.

Also in 2020, Megan portrayed the lead character Bindu Chaudry in the comedy “The Miseducation of Bindu”, which also starred David Arquette and Olli Haaskivi, and was written and directed by Prarthana Mohan; it follows a bullied Indian teenage girl who’s forged her mother’s signature to test out of high school, and the movie won three awards.

Megan played Veena in the critically acclaimed 2023 mystery thriller “Missing”, which starred Tim Griffin and Ava Zaria Lee, and was directed by Will Merrick and Nicholas D. Johnson; it follows a young woman who’s trying to find her missing mother.

Megan’s only other film role has been starring as Samidha in the 2023 horror thriller “It Lives Inside”.

Other credits

Megan competed in the game-show “Celebrity Family Feud” in 2022.

Her two recent talk-show appearances have been in “IMDb on the Scene – Interviews” and “Entertainment Tonight Canada”.

Love life and relationships

Megan can rarely be heard speaking about her love life in interviews, as she prefers to keep it away from media, and we thus don’t know about any men, or maybe women whom she’s dated.

It’s widely believed amongst Megan’s fans that she’s lesbian, and that one of the girls whom she often features in her Instagram pictures is her girlfriend; the two have apparently been seen featured spending time together on multiple occasions, but Megan’s yet to comment on these rumors.

It’s also believed that she’s today in a relationship with a fellow actor, and that they’ve both agreed to keep it away from media, but this also remains unconfirmed.

Megan seems to be unattached as of August 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Megan’s an Instagram star, as more than 520,000 people are following her on the social media network today; she’s posted only 52 pictures, with most being about the movies and TV series in which she’s appeared.

She’s today living in Los Angeles, California mostly because of her acting career; she’s passionate about travelling and has been to several US states.

Megan’s maintaining her weight, however, some of her fans have pointed out the possibility of her being anorexic, but this is yet to be confirmed by the actress.

She loves to go shopping for clothes, and enjoys showing off her new outfits in her Instagram content.

One of Megan’s favorite actresses is Jenna Ortega, and some of her favorite movies include “Scream VI”, “American Carnage” and “The Fallout”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Megan’s age is 24. Her hair and eyes are brown, she’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 110lbs (51kgs).

Megan’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000, as of August 2023.

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