Boone at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con
April 29, 1983 |
Petoskey, Michigan, U.S.
Megan Boone (born April 29, 1983) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as FBI profiler Elizabeth Keen on the NBC drama series The Blacklist. She was also a regular on Law & Order: Los Angeles and has appeared in films such as My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) and Step Up Revolution (2012).
Boone was born in Petoskey, Michigan and raised in The Villages, Florida. Her parents relocated there when she was a child to be closer to her grandparents. Her grandfather, H. Gary Morse, is The Villages' developer, and her mother, Jennifer Parr, is the director of sales. Boone studied acting as a student at Belleview High School, where she graduated in 2001. She then graduated from Florida State University's School of Theatre in 2005 with a BFA in acting. She studied with Jane Alexander and Edwin Sherin at the Asolo Repertory Theatre, and workshopped with playwright Mark Medoff.
Boone starred in the 2007 Los Angeles debut of the Charles L. Mee play Limonade Tous Les Jours and won two LA Weekly Theater Awards for her performance. She made her feature film debut in the 2009 horror film My Bloody Valentine 3D. She had a role in Sex and the City 2 in 2010. She then played Junior Deputy District Attorney Lauren Stanton in the NBC television series Law & Order: Los Angeles from 2010 to 2011. Boone appeared in 2012's Step Up Revolution, the fourth release in the Step Up dance film series.
Boone starred in the 2012 independent drama Leave Me Like You Found Me, for which she won the Gen Art Film Festival Award for Best Actress. She had a recurring role on the CBS police drama series Blue Bloods in 2013. She then joined the cast of the NBC series The Blacklist, starring as FBI profiler Elizabeth Keen. She later appeared in the 2013 ensemble film Welcome to the Jungle.
|2007||The Mustachioed Bandit Meets His End||Kate|
|2009||My Bloody Valentine 3D||Megan|
|2010||The Myth of the American Sleepover||Kerri Sullivan|
|2010||Sex and the City 2||Allie|
|2010||HMS: White Coat||Nell Larson||Television film|
|2012||Step Up Revolution||Claire|
|2012||Leave Me Like You Found Me||Erin||Gen Art Film Festival Award for Best Actress|
|2013||Welcome to the Jungle||Lisa|
|2008||The Cleaner||Rae||Episode: "Five Little Words"|
|2008||Cold Case||Helen McCormick '60||Episode: "Wings"|
|2010||Harvard Medical School||Nell Larson||Pilot|
|2010–2011||Law & Order: Los Angeles||DDA Lauren Stanton||7 episodes|
|2013||Blue Bloods||Candice McElroy||2 episodes|
|2013–present||The Blacklist||Elizabeth Keen||Main role|
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