Meaghan Rath

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Meaghan Rath
Meaghan Rath of Being Human at Wizard World Toronto 2012.jpg
Rath at Wizard World Toronto Comic Con in 2012
Born (1986-06-18) June 18, 1986 (age 28)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Relatives Jesse Rath (brother)

Meaghan Rath (born June 18, 1986) is a Canadian film and television actress. She starred in the television series 15/Love and The Assistants. She portrayed Sally Malik on the Syfy series Being Human.

Personal life[edit]

Rath was born in Montreal, Quebec. She studied Cinema and Communications at Dawson College.[1] Her mother is Indian (and Catholic) and her father is an Austrian Jew.[2][3] She has a younger brother, Jesse Rath, who is also an actor.


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Lost and Delirious Allison's Friend #3
2008 Prom Wars: Love Is a Battlefield Jen L.
2010 You Are So Undead Mary Margaret Short film
2013 Three Night Stand Sue Also executive producer
Year Title Role Notes
2004 Fries with That? Customer/Molly 2 episodes
2006 10.5: Apocalypse Rachel TV miniseries
2004–2006 15/Love Adena Stiles Regular role
2007 I Me Wed Tracy Television film
2007 My Daughter's Secret Courtney Television film
2007 Heartland Jen Episode: "Coming Home"
2009 Aaron Stone Tatianna Caine 2 episodes
2009 Assistants, TheThe Assistants Rigby Hastings Regular role
2010–2011 18 to Life Violet/Erin Boyd 2 pisodes
2011 Cyberbully Cheyenne Mortenson Television film
2011–2014 Being Human Sally Malik Regular role
2012 Flashpoint Rebecca Vaughan Episode: "Eyes In"
2014 Kingdom Tatiana 3 episodes
2015 New Girl May 2 episodes
2015 Banshee Aimee King 4 episodes
2015–present Secrets and Lies Nicole Mullen Recurring role
2015 Motive Ella Rollins Episode: "The Suicide Tree"


  1. ^ Paulette Cohn. "About Meaghan Rath of ‘Being Human’". 
  2. ^ Matt Barone. "How Sally is a Lot Like Meaghan - Personality Complex: "Being Human" Star Meaghan Rath Loves How You're Underestimating Her - Complex CA". Complex CA. 
  3. ^ Bill Brownstein, Montreal Gazette More Bill Brownstein, Montreal Gazette. "On the scene of the crime — and comedy, romance and sci-fi". Montreal Gazette. 

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