Megan Wyss was born on Jan 16, 1962 in USA. Megan Wyss's big-screen debut came with Crime of Innocence directed by Michael Miller in 1985.
Megan Wyss was born and raised in Southern California. She began her acting career acting in television and voice over commercials. Megan studied acting with Sally Kirkland/Mark Marno, Lee Strasberg Institute, Peggy Furey/Bill Traylor, The Loft, Candy Herman, The Actors Center and Gene Bua. Megan landed roles in episodic television including Chips, Quincy, Murder She Wrote, and Wildsides. Megan acted in Crimes of Innocence, ABC After School Special: Have you Ever Been Afraid of Your Parents, and starred in the feature film: Night Screams. Megan completed her Masters Degree and is a Registered Nurse. Megan splits her time between New Mexico and Los Angeles.
BirthdayJan 16, 1962
Place of BirthLos Angeles, California, USA