Meagan Monique Good (born August 8, 1981 in Panorama City, California) is an American film and television actress.
She is well known within the black community and was at one time considered to be one of Hollywood's best young up and coming actresses.
- Eve's Bayou (1997)
- Cousin Skeeter (1998-2001)
- Deliver Us from Eva (2003)
- DEBS (2004)
- Roll Bounce (2005)
- Venom (2005)
- Brick (2006)
- Stomp the Yard (2007)
- Saw V (2008)
- Jumping the Broom (2011)
- The Game (2006) (2011)
- Think Like a Man (2011)
- Californication (2012)
- Deception (2013)
- Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013)
- Think Like a Man Too (2014)
- SHAZAM! (2019)
Tropes in her works:
- But Not Too Black: Though she identifies as black, as revealed in an interview for The Unborn, she has a colorful ancestry (including some Jewish and Puerto Rican roots and one Native American grandfather) that technically makes her only half black.
- The Cutie: Her early roles, fortunately her characters are much more diverse now.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: Her role as "Nina" on Cousin Skeeter.
- Former Child Star: Averted. Her career has gotten better since her childhood, although not to the expected levels it's still going strong.
- Ms. Fanservice: Every single character she's ever played.
- Sassy Black Woman: In real life. Most of her TV and movie roles has actually NOT been this. As of late she has been playing this more often.
- Star-Making Role: Her best well known movie role would probably be considered 2007's Stomp The Yard, but the role that got her wide spread notoriety was her appearance in 50 Cent's 21 Questions music video.
- Token Minority: Most of her work is in black cinema, but when it's not she'll almost always be this.
- In her new TV drama Deception, it's a bit of a subversion since while she's the only minority character she's also the main character.