- Native accentStandard Scots
- Playing age40s
Meg was recently awarded Best Supporting Actress at the 2007 TMA Awards for her role as Sue Bayliss in All My Sons at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh. She has also been awarded a CATS for Best Female Performer for her role as Martha Meier in the Citizens’ Theatre production of Tom Fool, which also transferred to the Bush Theatre in London. She was described as an “electrifying performer, prepared to go the whole emotional hog.” For Game Theory at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe 2007, Joyce McMillan wrote “but it’s Meg Fraser’s stunning performance….that transforms this show into something like pure gold.” (The Scotsman, 18/8/08).
Other theatre includes: Eric Larue for the RSC at Soho Theatre; Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Hamlet, and Macbeth, all for the RSC, and Julius Caesar, The Taming of The Shrew, and Playboy of The Western World, all for the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh. Meg was also part of the original three year ensemble at Dundee Rep, with productions including The Seagull, The Winter’s Tale which toured to Iran, and Forbes Masson’s musical, Mince.
Meg’s screen experience includes: a guest lead role in Taggart: Island for STV; Life Support for the BBC; and the feature film Young Adam, directed by David Mackenzie. She is also a regular artist with BBC Radio Drama.
For a full CV, please click on the Spotlight Profile.