Megan Ward is a talented American actress known for her compelling performances in both television and film. Born on September 24, 1969, in Los Angeles, California, Ward showed an early inclination towards performing arts, leading her to study acting and dance.
Her acting career took off in the 1990s, with her first major role as Jillian Forrester in the daytime soap opera “General Hospital”. She soon gained wider recognition for her roles in science fiction series such as “Dark Skies” where she played Kimberly Sayers, and “Class of ’96”.
One of her most recognized roles was in the television series “Charmed”, where she played a witch named Robin. Additionally, she is known for her portrayal of Katie Peterson in the drama series “Melrose Place”, and for her role as Donna Burton in the TV show “CSI: NY”.
Ward has also appeared in several films, with notable roles in “Encino Man”, “Joe’s Apartment”, and “The Brady Bunch Movie”. With her diverse roles and strong performances, Megan Ward has established herself as a versatile and talented actress in the industry.