ABOUT Meghan Gambling
Meghan lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three senior cats.
She is currently developing her beloved award winning play, Bonnie's Future Sisters, for the screen with Enzo Films, while also finishing her first novel and dipping her toe in the short fiction world! It's a wild ride! Her first play, The Kitchen Sink, was adapted into the feature film, Cheesecake Casserole starring four lovely ladies and is available on Amazon, and probably other places. Meghan’s short film Slipped (starring 2 lovely ladies, Meghan loves those lady parts!) has screened at half a dozen film festivals across the US since its 2021 completion. The stage version is published in Applause’s Best New 10-Minute Plays of 2020 and was produced at Los Angeles’ Theatre West where Meghan is a proud member who consistently defaults on her dues! This can also be said of The Producers Guild, The Dramatists Guild and The Los Angeles Alliance of Playwrights. Basically Meghan owes everyone money.
Additionally, Meghan has worked as a writer for hire, penning projects for various production companies, most recently the adaptation of the WW2 memoir, My Thoughts Are Free, as well as the 30 something comedy, Retaliationship, both in various states of packaging and pre-production with Barn38 Productions. TV producing credits include Netflix’s Haunted, A&E’s 2021 reboot of City Confidential, and the 2022 Emmy Award winning You Vs Wild. Meghan did not receive a statue but congrats to those who did!
Meghan recently completed the first draft of her first novel, based on her play, Happy Harley. Set against the backdrop of her beloved rural NC homeland, she is trying to summon the stamina to finish rewrites which were thwarted abruptly this morning when she caught her cat barfing on the manuscript.
Meghan is one half of the extreme couple comedy band, (the other half is her husband!) Identity Crush whose musical, Casual Lover/Sex Robot, is available on all streaming platforms and has been downloaded by no fewer than eleven cave dwellers in Norway.
Meghan’s plays and monologues are published all over the place and her favorite thing is receiving emails from college students who found her monologues in some anthology and want to read more! Meghan hopes to one day add college professor to her resume, but, lots to do first! Thank you for stopping by!