Actress Meagan Good was born August 8th, 1981 in Panorama City, California. She has a mixed background which consists of African, Jewish, Cherokee, Puerto Rican and African American ethnicities. She has three siblings and her parents are still together.
Good began acting when she was just three years old and her mother worked as her manager getting her auditions on TV series and commercials. Good received roles as extras on shows like "Doogie Howser, M.D." and "Amen". Her first film role was in the 1995 movie "Friday" which became a hit. Good was just 13 at the time. Afterwards, she got attention for her role as a troubled teenager in the 1997 film "Eve's Bayou". From 1999 to 2003, Meagan Good was on the Nickelodeon TV series "Cousin Skeeter" and also had small roles in several films.
Her parts in the films "Biker Boyz" and "Deliver Us from Eva" helped Good transition out of children's roles and into adult parts. In 2004, Good starred in the film "D.E.B.S." and was nominated for Best Actress at the Black Movie Awards in 2005. She continued to receive roles in various films including "The Love Guru" and "Saw V." Good also appeared in music videos for 50 Cent, Isyss, Tyrese and Will Smith, amongst many others. Meagan Good started Freedom Bridge Entertainment, a production company, which made the film "Miles from Home" in 2006. The company's second production is "Sundays in Fort Greene".
Meagan Good stays in shape by kickboxing, which is one of her hobbies. She also enjoys going shopping, rapping and is involved in many charitable works. Good constantly receives attention from the media for her romantic life. There were rumors of a relationship between Good and pop star Justin Timberlake.