About Meg Gibson

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Meg Gibson is an actress for theater, television, and film. She played Margaret Mead in Anna Deavere Smith’s documentary-theater-style production, “Talking About Race,” part of The Public Theater’s Public Forum series this past May, in which she performed excerpts from Mead’s legendary 1971 conversation with James Baldwin. In film, Gibson is known for her roles in Che, Kate and Leopold, and Picture Perfect, in addition to Dust, Night Listener, and Dottie. Her television credits include “The Americans,” “Rubicon,” “Law and Order,” and “Sex and the City.” She has also performed extensively in various national and regional theater productions.

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Meg Gibson on Portraying the Renowned Anthropologist Margaret Mead

Meg Gibson on Portraying the Renowned Anthropologist Margaret Mead

September 3, 2014 with

Watch as Meg Gibson talks with genConnect on portraying Margaret Mead and race in America.

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