Meagen Fay is an American actress known for her work in television.
|Born||Joliet, Illinois, U.S.|
She has guest-starred on numerous shows including thirtysomething, Roseanne, Mad About You, Seinfeld, Dharma and Greg, Gilmore Girls, Suddenly Susan, Charmed and Freaks and Geeks. She starred in Carol & Company, The Home Court, Tales of the City, and Woops!, as well as appearing in Magnolia (1999). In 2004, she starred in Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital.
She has also had recurring roles on Malcolm in the Middle and The Bernie Mac Show, and has guest starred on Six Feet Under, Nip/Tuck, Desperate Housewives, The Big Bang Theory, and as Chelsea's mother on several episodes of Two and a Half Men.
She made her directorial debut with playwright Jeffrey Sweet's play Kunstler at the 59 East 59 Theaters in Manhattan.
Fay married William Gunther, a camera operator, in January 1993.
|1988||Dirty Rotten Scoundrels||Lady from Oklahoma|
|1991||Barton Fink||Poppy Carnahan|
|1992||Big Girls Don't Cry... They Get Even||Mom|
|1993||Rising Sun||Hamaguri receptionist|
|1994||Love Affair||SSA flight attendant|
|2002||The Country Bears||Mrs. Barrington|
|2004||Catch That Kid||Doctor|
|2004||Home of Phobia||Mrs. Paul|
|2005||The Ring Two|
|2008||Mad Money||Mindy Arbogast|
|2008||Extreme Movie||Len's Mom|
|2009||Halloween II||Deputy Lyons|
|2009||I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell||Mrs. Jorgens|
|2012||That's My Boy||Helen|
|2013||The Pretty One||Mrs. Matthews|
|2015||To Keep the Light||Mrs. Williams|
|2016||La La Land||Mia's Mom|
|1983||The Yesterday Show|
|1984||The Imposter||TV movie|
|1989||Your Mother Wears Combat Boots||Edie Winchell||TV movie|
|1989||Alien Nation||Coroner Barkley||2 episodes|
|1990–1991||Carol & Company|
|1991||The Carol Burnett Show|
|1991–1992||Roseanne||Kathy Bowman||4 episodes|
|1994||Tales of the City||Binky Gruen|
|1994||The First Gentleman||Rosie Duff|
|1995–1996||The Home Court||Greer|
|1996||Love and Marriage||Trudy Begg|
|1996||Seinfeld||Mrs. Burns||Episode: "The Abstinence"|
|2000||Diagnosis: Murder||Connie Carmichael||Episode: "Too Many Cooks"|
|2000||Freaks and Geeks||Mrs. Kentner||Episode: "Dead Dogs and Gym Teachers"|
|2000||Gilmore Girls||Mrs. Shales||Episode; "Kill Me Now"|
|2001||3rd Rock from the Sun||Annabet||Episode: "Mary Loves Scoochie: (Part 1)"|
|2002–2004||Malcolm in the Middle||Gretchen Mannkusser||11 episodes|
|2004||Kingdom Hospital||Dr. Brenda Abelson||7 episodes|
|2005||Desperate Housewives||Norma Harper||Episode: "Color and Light"|
|2006||Charmed||Nanta||Episode: "Mr. and Mrs Witch"|
|2006||Hollis & Rae||Winnie||TV movie|
|2007–2008||According to Jim||Susan Karp||Episode: "Coach Jim"|
|2007||How I Met Your Mother||Janice Aldrin||2 episodes|
|2007||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Rochelle Dorley||Episode: "Living Doll"|
|2007||Big Love||Laura Tuttle||2 episodes|
|2007||State of Mind||Bonnie Cheuse||Episode: "Lost & Found"|
|2007||Species: The Awakening||Celeste||Television film|
|2008||Single with Parents||Nancy||Unaired pilot|
|2009–2010||Two and a Half Men||Martha||2 episodes|
|2010||Party Down||Nora Doyle||Episode: "Precious Lights Pre-School Auction"|
|2010||Chase||Mrs. McGraw||Episode: "The Posse"|
|2011||Good Luck Charlie||Claire||Episode: "Snow Show: Part 1"|
|2011||Happy Endings||Barbara||Episode: "Why Can't You Read Me?"|
|2011||Free Agents||Dorothy Potter||Episode: "Rebranding"|
|2012||Franklin & Bash||Sharon Wright||Episode: "Last Dance"|
|2012||Retired at 35||Joanne||Episode: "The Apartment"|
|2012||The Neighbors||Principal Birker||Episode: "Bathroom Etiquette"|
|2012||The Big Bang Theory||Mrs. Rostenkowski||Episode: "The Fish Guts Displacement"|
|2013||The Mentalist||Joanne Parsons||Episode: "Red and Itchy"|
|2013||Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23||Katherine||Episode: "The Original B----"|
|2014||Murder in the First||Joanna Gibbs||2 episodes|
|2014||Friends with Better Lives||Frances Bowmont||Episode: "The Deceivers"|
|2015||Marvel's Agent Carter||Miriam Fry||4 episodes|
|2015||Mad Men||Sharon Hill||Episode: "The Milk and Honey Route"|
|2015||The Muppets||Holly||2 episodes|
|2016||The Ranch||Priscilla||Episode: "There Goes My Life"|
|2016||Good Girls Revolt||Bea Burkhart||3 episodes|
|2017||Salem||Mrs. Stoughton||Episode: "Night's Black Agents"|
|2017||Bones||Judge Celia Stockwell||Episode: "The Day in the Life"|
|2017||Dr. Ken||Virginia||2 episodes|
|1980–81||Well, I'm Off to the Thirty Years War or Swing Your Partner to the Right||Chicago Mainstage|
|1981–82||Miro, Miro on the Wall||Chicago Mainstage|
|1982||Glenna Loved It or If You Knew Sushi||Chicago Mainstage|
|1982–83||Exit Pursued by a Bear||Chicago Mainstage|
|1983||Also Available in Paperback – A Retrospective||Chicago Mainstage|
|1983–85||Orwell That Ends Well||Chicago Mainstage, The Village Gate||Second City production|
|1986||Twelfth Night; or, What You Will||Maria||New York Shakespeare Festival, The Public Theater, Delacorte Theater|
|1987||Stepping Out||Vera||John Golden Theatre|
|1995||I Sent a Letter to My Love||Miss Morgan||Primary Stages Theatre|
|1999||Merton of the Movies||Casting director||Geffen Playhouse|
|2000||Bluff||Coronet Theatre||Staged reading|
|2003||To Be Young, Gifted and Black||Mavis|
- "My Career Choice: Meagen Fay – From Actor to Director of Kunstler". WomanAroundTown.com. February 28, 2017. Retrieved October 27, 2017.
- Bennetts, Leslie (April 20, 1984). "Broadway". The New York Times. Retrieved June 18, 2014.
- Rich, Frank (March 3, 1984). "Second City Company offers biting humor in latest revue". The Day. p. 16. Retrieved June 18, 2014.
- Steele, Jeffrey (October 4, 1992). "'Woops!' Goes The Actress". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved July 26, 2014.
- Terrace, Vincent (February 26, 2013). Encyclopedia of Television Pilots, 1937-2012. McFarland. pp. 94, 170, 270, 331. ISBN 978-0-7864-7445-5. Retrieved April 16, 2015.
- "Meagen Fay". The Second City. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
- Rich, Frank (March 2, 1984). "Second City Comes to First City". The New York Times. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
- Gussow, Meg (July 3, 1986). "Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' in Central Park". The New York Times. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
- Rich, Frank (January 12, 1987). "'Stepping Out,' Staged by Tommy Tune". The New York Times. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
- Holden, Stephen (February 11, 1995). "An Upbeat Musical with Darker Inflections". The New York Times. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
- Phillips, Michael (July 9, 1999). "'Merton's' Flickering Dreams Evaporate in the Light of Day". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
- Bihm, Jennifer (February 26, 2003). "'To Be Young, Gifted and Black' Continues at Fountain Theater Through Feb. 23". Los Angeles Sentinel. Retrieved July 20, 2015. – via HighBeam Research (subscription required)