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Biography - A Short Wiki
Meaghan was born on June 18, 1986 in Montreal, Canada. She studied at Dawson College, majoring in Cinema and Communications. Rath slowly made her way from smaller roles to bigger ones. She played for example in television shows 15/Love, Being Human, and New Girl.
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|Height||1.68 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||51 kg, 112 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size B|
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Quotes by Meaghan Rath
My dream role would be to play a femme fatale in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
There aren’t as many roles for people who look like me, and it was always complicated when it came to casting my parents. But now I couldn’t be more grateful that I have a different look.
I fully believe in ghosts. I have, my entire life. The first house I ever lived in was haunted. There was a grave of a man in the backyard. I was just a baby then, but my parents would tell me that every night, at the same time, they would hear someone walking up the stairs.
I am so attracted to ambition and drive and talent. If a man loves something and can put his heart into it, I am instantly into him. I like a strong man who can be in control and make decisions but who is sensitive and attentive. That is the perfect combination.
I remember so many times taking classes and feeling completely discouraged because I felt like I wasn’t getting it and I couldn’t understand. I kept working at it and I kept going back to class, and I wouldn’t let myself get intimidated or get scared away, and it really does pay off.