Most actors would admit that they had to sign on to some odd and strange roles before they caught their big break.
While Meghan was celebrated as Rachel Zane on legal drama Suits, she has some unique choices in the filmography department.
And the latest zinger to be revealed is her role in Ashton Kutcher's flop rom-com A Lot Like Love.
The now-37-year-old played "hot girl" alongside Kutcher.
In a short scene that lasts less than a minute, Meghan’s character tries to flirt with Kutcher - who played the film's lead Oliver Martin - while sitting next to him on a plane.
Meghan’s character reveals her name is Natalie and lives in Los Angeles.
A Lot Like Love has a 41% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert said of the film “The movie is 95 minutes long, and neither character says a single memorable thing. You’ve heard of being too clever by half? Ollie and Emily are not clever enough by three-quarters … To call A Lot like Love dead in the water is an insult to water.”
Prior to her most iconic role as Rachel Zane in Suits back in 2011, she also starred in 90210 and had a minor role in the 2010 film Remember Me alongside Robert Pattinson.
In November 2017, Meghan confirmed she was quitting acting.
“I don’t see it as giving anything up. I just see it as a change,” she said in her first joint interview with Prince Harry.
“It’s a new chapter, right? And also, keep in mind, I’ve been working on [Suits] for seven years. We were very, very fortunate to have that sort of longevity on a series,” she explained, adding, “I’ve ticked this box, and I feel very proud of the work I’ve done there, and now it’s time to work with [Harry] as a team.”
Meghan explained in her role as a royal, she's continue her humanitarian work.
“I think what’s been really exciting as we talk about the transition out of my career and into my role is,” she said. “The causes that are really important to me that I can focus even more energy on. Very early out of the gate, I think you realize you have access or a voice that people are willing to listen and with that comes a lot of responsibility, which I take seriously.”