Meredith Thomas spent her early childhood in Barrow, Alaska, the most northernmost settled village in North America. Her parents taught Native American Eskimos above the Arctic Circle for the Bureau of Native Affairs. Later in her childhood she moved to the Great Island of New Castle off the coast of New Hampshire. Meredith's first professional acting role as Tessie in "Annie" came while still in elementary school and she continued to act in summer stock productions throughout her childhood. She distinguished herself in high school receiving accolades at several New Hampshire and New England Drama Festivals. She briefly attended the University of New Hampshire on a theater scholarship, but soon headed west securing a role in her first big budget feature film, Pleasantville and hasn't stopped working in film and television since. Meredith has studied and performed improv with Comedy Sportz at The National Comedy Theater in LA and taught improv at TVI Actors Studio.