Megyn Price

Megyn Price
Megyn Price
  • Born: March 24, 1971
  • Nationality: American
  • Profession: Actress









Megyn Price is an American actress, best known for her roles on television as Claudia Finnerty in the FOX Network/WB sitcom Grounded for Life (2001–05), Audrey Bingham on the CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement (2007–13), and Mary Roth on the Netflix sitcom The Ranch (2016–present).

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A lot of people assume that once you're working in Hollywood you become some sort of glamour-diva, which could not be further from the truth about me. Truth
Eat food. Eat actual food. I try to not eat anything processed or sugar-free - I eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Nutrition, Food, Starvation, Farming & Agriculture
Everyone wants to turn on their TV and have a break from their normal day.
Finding a way to find humor in things that are hardcore is definitely something that, I think, the sitcom does best. Humor
I can't put this delicately - everyone goes to their high school reunion wanting to see who they 'beat.'
I started out doing triathlons because they terrified me! I'm a good swimmer, I learned to ride a bike in college, and I hate running. It seemed like something I could never do, so I decided, 'I'm gonna do it.'
I want to write, act, and direct!
I'm an instinctual actor. I don't really talk about it. Usually if I get a script and I'm having trouble with it, I go to sleep and I dream about it because I'm super internal with the way I work. Work, Workers & The Labor Force
I'm not an exhibitionist in any way, shape or form. I don't even like having my picture taken!
I've been on one TV series after another. None of the network decisions have ever made sense to me.
Our society is so obsessed with working out to be skinny, and none of that has a purpose. I love that my daughter sees me running because she knows I have a race and that I want to be faster. It becomes much less of a grind when it's that way. Society ;Love, Romance, Marriage & Sex
Sitcoms are designed for normal people who just want to turn on their TV and get a laugh. It's not high-brow, you don't have to work so hard, and it's meant to be a relatable genre. That's why I love it so much - my fans are from 8 years old to 80 years old, because everybody can relate to what's funny. Love, Romance, Marriage & Sex ;Humor ;Work, Workers & The Labor Force
When you're a comedic actor and you're used to just getting laughs, it's kind of scary to go serious, even for a second.
Writing is the greatest thing about really good sitcoms.