Sizzling Cutie: Megan Kathleen Duffy


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Christmas is the time to embrace hotties in festive movies and MEGAN KATHLEEN DUFFY has such a notably delectable smile to melt hearts. In “The Mistle-Tones”, she enthralls even more, showcasing her powerful voice as the bookish Head of Human Resources Bernie who is recruited by singing hopeful Holly (leading lady Tia Mowry) to be part of her singing group. A feel-good TV Movie spearheaded by a beautiful cast with Tori Spelling joining Tia and MEGAN guarantees repeated viewings of “The Mistle-Tones” in keeping with the Winter wonderland mood. From watching her demo reel (above), MEGAN reminds me of Emmy Rossum from “Shameless”, the ebullience of MEGAN’s features so favorably presented. Having read in one of her interviews how MEGAN regales of having the best job ever and the passion she embodies makes me wish I had given prominence to her on this blog much earlier.

They do say good things come to those who wait and I’m hoping to see MEGAN emerge as a romantic lead in the near future (although she did have a kissing scene in “The Mistle-Tones”). Coming up for her is a role alongside English Rose Janet Montgomery (the star of “Made In Jersey”) in indie comedy “The Republic of Two”, an insight into couples who cohabitate. From MEGAN’s semblance of pleasing attractiveness, it inspires us all to share the love for her especially over the holiday period and beyond. She does have an infectious energy about her which saw her being hand-picked by Executive Producer Dean Devlin and scoring roles in “Leverage” as well as “Criminal Minds”. If the bigwigs of Hollywood can sense MEGAN’s potential, it won’t be too long before she’s up there as a coveted talent.

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