When fans thought of Meagan Good in the past often the first thought was fascination over her exceptional beauty but over the past several years more attention has been devoted to her impressive acting range as true ‘entertainment' fans are noting how in most of her entertainment projects she seems to not just ‘steal’ scenes but ‘win’ them outright even when she is not the focus.
The talented actress is part of the new Steven Spielberg show “Minority Report" in which she plays Detective Vega, a police officer trying to prevent crimes before they occur. The show is the television version of the movie made famous by Tom Cruise and it is being looked at as an ideal vehicle for the actress as it allows her to showcase the dramatic range and grit that caught the attention of fans in television shows such as “Deception” and her appearance on the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit “Spousal Privilege”.
An intriguing aspect of her appearance on posters and in commercials promoting “Minority Report” is that she is sparking interest in “Minority Report” with fans of all races and genders because she is bringing a reputation of superb dramatic acting range and popularity from her scintillating performances in movies such as “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” and “Think Like a Man Too”.
Her revelation in interviews that she became very excited about playing one of the lead roles in the show because of the complex nature of her character, a tough, gritty, bad-ass individual who is also very vulnerable due to things that occurred in her past is something that has reaffirmed to fans the growing belief that her acting is the equivalent of her leading lady/fantasy woman looks (Hollywood Outbreak - August 4).
An actress whose starring role in “Minority Report” could be the first step toward her replacing Halle Berry as one of the most recognized black actresses in Hollywood and someone with the ability to 'carry' a show as a leading lady.
Meagan Good, an acting talent who looks to some entertainment fans as if she is on the verge of becoming one of Steven Spielberg’s acting muses.