Megan Henning

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Megan Henning is an American actress. She is known for playing Meredith Davies on 7th Heaven and Monica Shaw on David E. Kelley's The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire. In 2008, she began playing the recurring role of Judy Hofstadt, Betty Draper's compassionate sister-in-law, on Mad Men.



Year Title Role Notes
2002 Passing Resemblance Kristina Short film
2004 Details Girl Short film
2004 Wilderness Survival for Girls Deborah
2006 Lost, TheThe Lost Sally Richmond
2007 I Know Who Killed Me Anya
2008 Yesterday Was a Lie Student
2010 Jelly Receptionist
2011 Brawler Chloe


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Judging Amy Teresa Riley Episode: "Dog Days"
2001 Practice, TheThe Practice Meredith Danzer Episode: "Home of the Brave"
2001 NYPD Blue Frances Pearson Episode: "Cops and Robber"
2002 Boomtown Emily Episode: "The David McNorris Show"
2003 Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire, TheThe Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire Monica Shaw Main role (7 episodes)
2004 Without a Trace Allison Toland Episode: "Shadows"
2004 Crossing Jordan Waitress Episode: "All the News Fit to Print"
2004 Joan of Arcadia Mari Darlene Fitch Episode: "The Election"
2004-2005 7th Heaven Meredith Davies Recurring role (11 episodes)
2005 ER Katie Milner Episode: "The Providers"
2005 Medical Investigation Nancy Hain Episode: "Survivor"
2005 Veronica Mars Sabrina Fuller Episode: "Kanes and Abel's"
2008 Mad Men Judy Hofstadt Episode: "The Inheritance"
2009 Mad Men Judy Hofstadt Episodes: "Love Among the Ruins", "The Arrangements"
2009 Grey's Anatomy Willow Zelman Episode: "No Good at Saying Sorry (One More Chance)"
2009 Flower Girl Bride #2 TV film
2010 Ghost Whisperer Lane Dokes Episode: "Living Nightmare"
2010 Private Practice Lauren Woods Episode: "Love Bites"
2011 Yesterday Was a Lie Student Episode: "Coniunctio"
2012 Vegas Tracy Episode: "(Il)Legitimate"
2013 Grimm Molly Fisk Episode: "Mr. Sandman"


Henning starred in James Kerwin's adaptations of Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis and Cardenio.

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