Megan Rosati is an actor, writer, and maker of stuff living in Los Angeles. She’s appeared on the TV show Everybody Hates Chris as well as an HBO show that never aired and she probably can’t name. Megan co-wrote and starred in 42 episodes of the comedy webseries So Fetch Sketch, about three grown-up mean girls who have bad ideas and learn the wrong lessons. The first short film she ever wrote, The Roommate, premiered last year at the 2013 No Budget Film Festival.
This year she’s worked with Anna Akana on six out of six of her channel’s short films, because Anna’s love of science fiction and fantasy works well with Megan’s love of pretending terrible things are happening. Megan starred in Anna’s first short, Hallucination, which was also chosen for the 2014 Hollyshorts Film Festival. Megan also likes to make funny stuff with Melissa Hunter of Adult Wednesday Adams fame–their most recent sketch, 1800 ADOPT A DUDE, was featured places like Nasty Gal, The Hairpin, and Gizmodo.
Megan’s new webseries, 52 Ways to Break Up, was chosen as Tubefilter’s Indie Spotlight. Megan was also the subject of an interview about 52 Ways to Break Up for New York Magazine’s The Cut.
This Christmas Eve, Megan Rosati and Andrew talk about a caller's parents insisting that Debbie Harry from Blondie is the original rapper. Make sure to leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.Listen
Actor and comedian Megan Rosati returns to join Andrew all this week to answer some racism questions. Today they discuss a New York story of an unnecessary Kickstarter. Be sure to call us at (323) 389-RACE to ask if anything is racist.Listen
Actress, writer, comedian Megan Rosati joins Andrew all this week to answer some racism questions. Today they talk about a mall kiosk that sells a No Justice, No Peace t-shirt next to a Miley Cyrus twerk shirt. Be sure to call us…Listen