Meredith has been hailed by critics as an actress that is "exquisite, a beguiling delight possessing a refined touch in both physical and verbal humor." As a dancer with "a rare combination of spirit and vulnerability, and a lit-from-within radiance!" And her singing is "exquisite, she is blessed with a rich voice and has a glowing presence that permeates every note she sings"
Meredith is a true triple threat performer. As an actress, she can easily move from theatre to television to film seamlessly. She recently relocated to Los Angeles permenantly after working and residing in New York City for 18 years. Before leaving New York City, Meredith completed her Jazz EP with some of New York City's finest Jazz musicians; Tedd Firth, Tom Hubbard, and Warren Vache. Produced by Meredith and Aaron Weinstein. Available on ITunes. Meredith debuted her solo jazz show "Sweet Old Fashioned Girl" at Birdland Jazz Club on 54th Street in New York City accompanied by a stellar jazz quartet of piano, upright bass, guitar and drums. She made such an impression she was asked to play a return engagement. Then the prestegious Feinstein's asked her to debut her show in August as part of their summer series. In the theater world, Meredith has an ecelctic and inpressive resume. She recently worked for The Weinstein Company portraying the role of "Mary Barrie" in a reading of FINDING NEVERLAND opposite Broadway's Jullian Ovendon and Kelli O'Hara. She originated the role of Gwen Greene in the new musical RADIO GIRL, based on the hit 1938 movie Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, at Goodspeed's Norma TerrisTheater in Chester, CT. Working alongside Broadway's best creative team Christopher Gatelli (South Pacific), Daniel Goldfarb (Martin Short's Fame Becomes Me), Henry Krieger (Side Show, Dreamgirls), and Susan Birkenhead (Jellys Last Jam). Meredith doesn't just stick to stage work, she seemlessly moves from one medium to another. Working on Broadway, TV, Recordings and Film. She made her soap opera debut in 2009 as Francesca on ABC's All My Children. She is also featured as one of the last 3 girls for the role of Val in the critically acclaimed A Chorus Line Sony Classics documentary Every Little Step. On January 4th 2009, Meredith finished her spectacular run on Broadway at The Marquis Theater after originating the role of Judy Haynes in IrvingBerlin's White Christmas. Meredith is no stranger to Guest Starring on Network Television. Guest Starring on LAW & ORDER SVU, THE GOOD WIFE, MADE IN JERSEY, but she began her TV career withher hilarious role on ABC's BOSTON LEGAL in a 5 episode arch opposite Candace Bergen and Tom Selleck.
Meredith lived the classic understudy's dream come true in 2001 when she took over the starring role of Peggy Sawyer in the Tony Award Winning Revival of 42nd ST, making her Broadway musical debut.Meredith's dream came true every performance, starring on Broadway in what's been deemed the best female tap dancing role in theater history from August 2001-August 2002. She also was the first only non-original principal to be recorded for prosperity with the prestigious Lincoln Center Archives. When her contract was up on Broadway Meredith was asked to star in a groundbreaking production of42ND ST in Moscow. Being the first American Actress to perform in an English speaking production in Russia.
In the summer of 2003, she graced the stage as Polly Browne in THE BOY FRIEND under the direction of the legendary Julie Andrews. In February 2004, Meredith made her Los Angeles theater debut starring as Louise Maske in Steve Martin’s hilarious adaptation of the play THE UNDERPANTS at The Geffen Playhouse for which she received critical acclaim.
Meredith's feature film debut came as Marilyn Monroe in Paramount Classics COMPANY MAN. She can be seen opposite the hilarious Bill Murray in Focus Features Film BROKEN FLOWERS, as Lady Alyssa in Disney's THE PRINCESS DIARIES II: ROYAL ENGAGEMENT, in Sidney Lumet Feature BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD, and co-starring as Catherine 'Cat' Curtis in A SECRET PROMISE.