Meredith Thomas will star in the television film A Christmas in Royal Fashion this holiday season. She plays the role of Melanie, a manager of events for a fashion line who is controlling and less than polite to her employee and those around her. Described as a ‘tyrant’, she must help a royal family to put together a holiday fashion event to raise money for the less fortunate citizens of a foreign kingdom.
A blonde beauty with girl next-door charm, it is no wonder Thomas is often tapped to appear in television movies on networks like Lifetime, ION, BET, SciFi and more. You will no doubt also catch her this holiday season on television in previous holiday films. On ION she will be seen in A Christmas in Vermont with Chevy Chase, Howard Hesseman and Abigail Hawk and on Lifetime she will appear in The Ugly Christmas Sweater. Other starring roles include The Wrong Crush and Fiance’ Killer for Lifetime.
This busy actress has also appeared on FX’s Feud: Bette & Joan opposite Jessica Lang, Susan Sarandon and Catherine Zeta Jones, POP TV’s Swedish Dick’s opposite Peter Stormare, Nickelodeon’s Sam & Cat opposite Ariana Grande, TBS’s Angie Tribeca, FOX’s The Orville, CW’s Crazy Ex Girlfriend, TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles, FX’s Nip Tuck, WB’s Summerland, CBS’s The Bold & The Beautiful, NBC’s Passions and on many more series. On the big screen she has starred and appeared in Heavenly Deposit, Middle Man, Daze, Flight World War II, Going Bongo, Camp, Air Collision, Democracy at Work and Pleasantville.
On the live stage, Thomas has been recognized for her excellence in theater. She received a Broadway World Award nomination for the play April, May & June and she won two Scenie Awards for Blueprint for Paradise and Light Up the Sky. In stand-up, she also placed #4 in Los Angeles’ Funniest Comic in the City Competition.
When not acting in front of the camera, Thomas is busy producing web series, short films and red carpet events. She is most proud of an event she produced called FYC Independents, a red carpet theatrical screening of multiple independent television projects for Television Academy members. The event led to four separate 2018 Primetime Emmy nominations.
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