Though we’re accustomed to seeing her in full glam, on her days off Meagan Good is dressed down, low-key and happily so. On her face she wears only sunscreen, lip balm and, of course, lush lashes.
“I just got them done,” said the 37-year old actress whose credits date back nearly three decades and include the nail-biting new thriller The Intruder.
Her skin is radiant, yes. Her regimen, simple—think Trader Joe’s Spa Face Wash with Tea Tree Oil, Rodan + Fields Redefine A.M. and P.M. creams, a tinted moisturizer on occasion and Olay Cleansing Cloths. Her tress game is a different story, though. She often goes from long and curly to short to braids, bobs and silky dreads and back again. Since last November she’s been serving up cropped, blond and fierce.
“When I change my hair it’s about expressing what I’m feeling in that season,” she said. After completing the forthcoming action film Monster Hunter, she says, she was feeling very empowered.
“So far I’ve only bleached it four times, but I know my hair is like, ‘Girl, we’ve been so patient and kind, but if you keep going in this direction, we’re going to start getting crispy.’”
For Good, self-care begins with easing into each day quietly, peacefully.
“I get up, I pray, meditate and say my affirmations,” she said. And while she doesn’t get to luxuriate in the bathtub with candles, wine and her collection of bath bombs as often as she’d like, there is one indulgence she rarely misses.
“I’m a massage connoisseur, especially deep tissue. Anywhere, anytime, any chance I get, I make it happen.”
Amen to that!
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I no longer think about how good I will feel, I think about how much I enjoy feeling good. Every so often, I’m reminded of how I anxious, self-conscious, and uncertain I used to be. In a way, once you’ve been fat, you never forget what it feels like. I recently was with friends going into a building that was only accessible by a revolving door. There were four of us. The first two went into the same compartment together. The third went into the next compartment and turned, expecting me to get in with her. I shook my head no and waited for the next compartment to appear. I didn’t even think about what I was doing—I just felt, instinctively, that there was no way I would fit. Even at my thinnest, I still sometimes think I take up as much space as I used to.
I currently weigh 175 pounds (it’s worth nothing that the last time I weighed less than 180 pounds was around my bat mitzvah, the same era I was often tasked with microwaving my mother’s diet hot chocolate every evening). While I might not be a string bean, I am totally healthy. My blood work that reveals my glucose levels and insulin resistance abilities, which once hovered way too close to diabetic and aggravated my PCOS, is now completely normal. And I no longer take medication to manage the PCOS.
Living a healthier, lighter life is not without its challenges. Have I mentioned that I write about food and develop and test recipes for a living? In other words, I am around food constantly and it’s not always dark green and leafy. I try everything I make, and while I often have a lot of self-control, sometimes it slips. Like not so long ago, when I was testing a bombolone recipe. What’s a bombolone? A doughnut made from yeasted, buttery dough that gets shaped and rested and then fried and rolled in sugar and eaten hot. It’s basically everything wrong and everything right at the same time. I made them because I had to. The recipe was going to end up in a cookbook and I had to guarantee that it would work in anyone’s kitchen. The bomboloni were an occupational hazard. But they were also insanely good. And when my one bite turned into more than one bite, I felt the old feelings creeping over me like a wave. I felt the urge to eat the whole tray. I felt the urge to reassure myself that it didn’t matter.
I realized, in that moment, that if I did eat them all, I would end up loathing them. And not because they would become less flavorful or perfect in and of themselves, but because I would hate the way they would make me feel about myself. I took one more bite and closed my eyes and savored it. I had made something beautiful and I took pleasure in the taste and texture. And then I packed the rest up and threw them into the trash. It was wasteful, but it was also the most respectful thing I could do in that moment; I didn’t want to end up hating them or my memory of them.
Maintaining this weight loss has meant I’ve had to keep checking in, over and over and over. Being self-aware evolved into having self-respect. In the past when my baseline was feeling bad about my body, even the most delicious food could never satisfy my cravings. Now I realize that what I was longing for wasn’t actually the French fry—it was the feeling of being proud of my body. No food could ever make me feel that way.
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Born on August 8, 1981 in Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, Meagon Good is an American actress. Her parents are Leondis “Leon” Good, a police officer with LAPD, and his wife Tyra Wardlow-Doyle. She grew up in Canyon Country, California.
Meagan started working as an actress when she was only four years of age. During the early days of her career, she worked as an extra on TV shows like Doogie Howser M.D. and Amen.
She bagged her first movie role when she was 13 and was cast in the 1995 film Friday. Meagan Good worked as a teenager and her mother used to serve as her manager. She has appeared in episodes of television dramas such as ‘ABC Afternoon Special’ (1996), Pacific Blue (1997), Touched By An Angel (1997) and The Parent Hood (1997-1998). She first became famous for her work as a troubled teen in the highly acclaimed 1997 movie ‘Eve’s Bayou’ co-starring Samuel Jackson.
Over the course of her career, she has starred in numerous roles varying from a schoolgirl spy in ‘D.E.B.S. to a talented dancer in Roll Bounce and Stomp The Yard. She was also cast as a femme fatale in a high school based noir ‘Brick’ and she delivered a compelling performance in the action film Waist Deep. She has also guest-starred in various TV dramas and later played thelead role in an NBC series ‘Deception.’ She not only leverages her incredible beauty but also relies on her intellect and acting talent while playing a character.
In the year 2011, Meagan Good started romancing DeVon Franklin, an executive for Columbia Pictures and Seventh Day Adventist preacher. They got married in June 2012 in Malibu, California.
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Meagan Good has played a sexy gun wielding agent, on several occasions.
American actress Meagan Good and award-winning rapper Clifford Joseph Harris Jr alias T.I. are currently in South Africa shooting a movie called Monster Hunter that is set to be released in 2019.
The two have been posting photos of the shoots on Instagram with Meagan even posting a photo of them in military gear for Halloween. ‘Monster Hunter’ is the adaption of a video game by the same name that was released in 2004.
The film tells the story of “two heroes who come from different worlds to defeat a shared danger, the powerful, deadly and magnificent monsters that inhabit the land.”
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Since we’ll be working during Halloween .. here’s our costumes 😩🎃
Meagan is known for her roles as a good girl in romantic and comedy movies but she can definitely hold her own in a ‘war zone’ or with a firearm. Here are two times Meagan has been a badass on TV screens:
Meagan Good played undercover FBI detective Joanna Lacasto in the 2013 American series ‘Deception‘. The female detective returns undercover to the wealthy family she grew up in as the maid’s daughter to solve the murder of the notorious heiress who was once her closest friend.
Meagan played Lara Vega, a police detective who together with her partner race to identify and eliminate criminals. Tacking on the lead character in the 2015 sci-fi series, Good is kicking ass in the year 2065 stopping terrible crimes before they are committed in the American state capital Washington D.C.
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Meagan Good Revealed What’s In Her Bag. Let’s Take a Look!
Who doesn’t love a good “What’s in my bag” video? They’re probably my favorite thing to watch on Youtube. Sometimes I wish more celebrities had YouTube channels so we can see what they carry with them as they travel from destination to destination.
It seems like the folks at US Magazine have read my mind. Because they’re asking the real questions by inviting celebrities to reveal what’s in their bag. Last year, they asked Meagan Good to spill the beans and here’s what happened.
The first thing I need to mention is that Meagan is a woman after my own heart. She’s a member of #teamhugebag and we love to carry about everything humanly possible. It makes sense for her because her travel schedule is probably insane. Me? I have no excuses for carrying around ginormous purses filled with a random collection of stuff, I…..I have a problem.
But I digress. In her Louis Neverfull, Meagan carries everything from beauty essentials to her travel documents. I suspect this isn’t what she carries around with her every day. It’s probably what she totes around when she’s on the move.
via US Magazine
Let the analysis begin!
First, let’s talk about the obvious then we’ll get into the products that she mentions in the interview which aren’t pictured here.
The first thing that jumps out at me is the giant bottle of Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Oil Face Wash. We all are probably aware that Meagan has oily (beautiful) skin. I’m guessing that she carries around a full-size bottle of her favorite face wash so we can freshen her skin by cleansing prior to late day meeting or event. This cleanser is an all natural formula loaded with herbal extracts, coconut oil, and (of course) tea tree. One study found that tea tree oil can be just as effective in treating acne as benzoyl peroxide. No wonder this girl’s skin remains flawless.
Not far from the facial cleanser, you might notice Meagan’s jar of Clearasil Hyra-Blast Oil-Free Pads. I haven’t paid much attention to the Clearasil brand since graduating high school (eons ago). But, I gotta tell ya, these look pretty interesting. The packaging claims that these pads will “gently exfoliate & keep skin clear of breakouts.” Salicylic Acid is the hero ingredient. As you may recall, salicylic acid can have some really positive benefits. Hmmmm….. Maybe I should give these a shot. Actually, I think I’ll pick up their Ultra Pore Cleansing Pads. They have a slightly higher customer review rating and (I think) I higher percentage of salicylic acid. Are you noticing that there are not 1 but 2 acne controlling products in her bag? I’m thinking that she uses them for oil control but both have the ability the ward off breakouts. I keep seeing examples of people with flawless skin who use acne control products. Maybe prevention is the real cure after all.
Partially obstructed is a tube of Peter Thomas Roth’s Mega-Rich Body Lotion. It’s an ultra-nourishing, long-lasting, lotion loaded with multi-vitamins & shea butter. I’m trying to stick with natural oils instead of using lotions but a bunch of the reviewers are converts who purchased full-sized bottle after receiving a sample while staying at a hotel. You know that this Mega-Rich lotion has to be good if a hotel sample is making all these people buy the real thing. I’m definitely adding to my wishlist. Thanks for the recommendation Meagan! 😘
Not pictured is her bottle of Nutra Bisse Diamond Facial Mist. For the most part, her to-go beauty items are pretty drug-store-ish. That’s a good thing, but I also wondered if she splurged on any luxury brands. Nutra Bisse is the ultimate high-end skincare brand that many celebrities love and she is no exception. Meagan opts to carry a bottle of their “diamond water” with her at all times.
So why would she choose to invest nearly $100.00 in a facial mist? I scanned the ingredient list for “finely ground diamonds” but there weren’t any. But I did find pea extract which we know has some great properties. The mist seems to “refreshen and awaken” the skin according to its product description and the reviews I’ve read online. My guess is that Meagan uses this beauty mist to give her skin an awesome glow after using the Tea Tree cleanser and/or Clearasil pads. I’m sure those products strip away some of the skin’s natural luster and the Diamond Mist, brings it back to its glory within a matter of seconds.
Lastly, let’s discuss the couple health related items that Meagan carries with her. I’m sure you noticed the full-size bottle of her Whole Foods Multi-Enzyme supplements. It’s essentially a blend of various plant enzymes to help break down the foods we eat. As you know, I’ve recently incorporated pineapple enzymes into my supplementation routine. I’ve forgotten to take them lately because my digestion has been so good thanks to my conscious eating experiment. Meagan reminds us that our digestive health should always remain a priority. Proper digestion leads to healthier skin, a flatter tummy and increased nutrient absorption.
The other health related item that Meagan has on hand are to-go packets of green tea. In the brief interview, she says green tea gives her energy but I also suspect that they help her keep her lean figure. Drinking several cups of green tea daily can help boost metabolism and positively impact cholesterol levels. I like the fact that she’s got a mix of both health and beauty items with her. I’ve just started doing that again starting with my new go-to skinny tea. Maybe I’ll add powdered green tea to either my lemon water or bamboo tea and see how that goes.
Meagan Monique Good
38 years old
8 August 1981
Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, United States
Meagan Good who is officially known as Meagan Monique Good-Franklin is a professional actress. She is famous for starting her at the age of four years. Meagan Good has appeared in many music videos, films, and television shows. She has been active in the public figure since 1991. Her over one decade of experience has made her net worth huge.
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Meagan Monique Good whose stage name is Meagan Good was born in 1981, 8th August. Her place of birth is Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, US. Her mother and father are Tyra Wardlow-Doyle and Leondis Good, respectively. Tyra worked as her daughter’s manager throughout her teenage life. Leon worked as a police officer in the LAPD. Her grandmother is half Jewish and African. She stated that her whole family was from a different ancestry since her mother’s father was a Cherokee, mother of her dad was Puerto Rican and was dark in complexion.
This public figure was raised together with her siblings. The four children grew up in Santa Clarita, California. Meagan is a committed Christian who believes in God and considers Jesus her number one hero. At the early stages of her career, she opted to remain single to focus on what she loved most, acting. In 2004, she started dating DeVon Franklin who works in Columbia Pictures as an executive.
Franklin is also a famous preacher. In 2012, she got engaged in April and was married by Franklin in June. Their marriage took place in Malibu, California. The couple later settled in Los Angeles, California. Her role model in the filming department is Charlize Theron. Other celebrities who have contributed to who she is today is Usher and Justin Timberlake.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 8 August 1981, Meagan Good is 38 years old as of today’s date 1st February 2020. Her height is 1.65 m tall and weight is 57 kg.
Meagan Good started her career at the age of four by guest-starring in shows such as Doogie Howser, Amen, and M.D. In 1995 when she was 13, Good cast in her first official comedy film, Friday. This comedy film earned Meagan Good critical public recognition because of her unique role in Kasi Lemons. In the 2000s, Good started to act in more mature movies. She believes that her other characters as a teen had contributed to her quick adoption in adult roles.
The years that followed were very successful for Good since she appeared in numerous films. These films include Cousin Skeeter, House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute and 3 Strikes.
2003 was an excellent year for Meagan since she secured roles in Biker Boyz, Deliver Us from Eva, My wife, and kids, The Cookout, You Got Served and D.E.B.S. She has worked with other celebrities such as Sara Foster, Jill Ritchie, and Jordana Brewster. The following years were awesomely great since she scooped various roles in different films.
Other than filming, this great celebrity has been featured in numerous music videos by famous artists such as Will Smith, Tyrese, Memphis Bleek, and 50 Cent. Together with other actors and actresses, Good started a production company popularly known as Freedom Bridge Entertainment.
Awards & Achievements
Meagan Good has been a nominee for various positions in different awards for the various categories. Her contribution to the filming industry will remain appreciated worldwide.
Net Worth & Salary of Meagan Good in 2020
As of February 2020, Meagan Good has a net worth of $15 million. This net worth is for the last three decades that she has worked in entertainment. Looking at what she has been involved in for the past years, this net worth is very possible. Being in the production company business and filming has contributed the most to Good’s net worth.
Meagan Good kicked off her acting career at the age of four and has maintained the excellent pace throughout her career. Meagan Good is one of the most promising actresses worldwide. With her character, many teens have found a mentor in her.
Meagan Monique Good was born in 8 August 1981 in Panorama, California, USA. She attended high school with Lauryn Nicole and Heather Lauren Olson. Her dad is a police officer at LAPD. She has a brother and two sisters. She began appearing on commercials at the age of four. Then she started guest-starring on series like “The Parent ‘Hood”(1995), “Touched by an Angel” (1994), “Moesha” (1996), “The Steve Harvey Show” (1996) and “The Division” (2001). She also starred in”Raising Dad” (2001) with Bob Saget.
Meagan GoodGrammy Awards
Height: 5 ft 5 in /165 cm
Weight: 57 kg / 126 pounds
Shoe size: 4
Dress size: 6
Bra size: 32C
Measurements: 35-24-36 in /89-61-91.5 cm
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Name: Meagan Monique Good
Nickname: Mz Good, Fallon Mack
Date of Birth: August 08, 1981
Place of Birth: Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Place of Residence: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Zodiac Sign: Leo
- Twitter: meagangood
- Facebook: MeaganGood
- Instagram: msgood
Awards and Honors: –
Hobbies and Interests: Sport
Favorite Color: Purple
Favorite Food: Mexican
Favorite Music: Deep Purple
Favorite Perfume: Chanel 5
Favorite Sports: Baseball
Favorite Movie: Chaws
- In 1991, Good played the role of a young girl in ABC’s Gabriel’s Fire in an episode titled “Birds Gotta Fly”.
- She likes horror films.
- It is only after watching Danielle Harris in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) and Halloween 5 (1989) that she decided to become an actress.
- Has known actor Columbus Short since they were 10 years old.
- She is African-American.
- She knows choreographer, actor and singer, Columbus Short since they both were around 10 years of age.
- Her least favorite school subject in school was mathematics.
- Meagan commenced her acting career at the age of four.
- She was born in Panorama City, Los Angeles and raised in Santa Clarita.
- Meagan will never do such kind of roles, which will “disappoint God”.
- Actor and singer, Dijon Talton is her younger cousin.
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Megan Good is an American actress of film and television. She is known for her roles in television, such as Californication, Deception, Cousin Skeeter, Raising Dad, and Minority Report, and in the films Think Like a Man, The Cookout, The Love Guru, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and the 2017 Deuces. For her performance as Cisely Batiste in the 1997 film Eve’s Bayou, she was nominated for a YoungStar Award for Best Performance by a Young Actress in 1998. Born Meagan Monique Good on August 8, 1981, in Panorama City, Los Angeles, to Doris Tyra Doyle and Leon Good, Meagan was raised in Santa Clarita. She has a brother Colbert and two sisters, La’Myia and Lexus. She began acting in commercials at age four. Her first television role was in the series Gabriel,s Fire, and made her film debut as Kid #2 in Friday. She has been married to DeVon Franklin since 2012.
Meagan Good Personal Details:
Date Of Birth: 8 August 1981
Birth Place: Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth Name: Meagan Monique Good
Nickname: Mz Good
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Race/Ethnicity: Black (African-American)
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Meagan Good Education:
Meagan Good Facts:
*She was born in Panorama City, Los Angeles and grew up in Santa Clarita.
*She commenced her acting career at the age of 4.
*She attended high school with Heather Lauren Olson and Lauryn Nicole Hamilton.
*She has known actor Columbus Short since they were 10 years old.
*She was a fan of Usher and Justin Timberlake in her teens.
*She is best friends with Ty Hodges, and friends with Tyrese Gibson, Adrienne Houghton, Jamie Foxx, and Israel Houghton.
*Visit her official website: www.meaganmgood.com
*Follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.