Meagan Good: Is Hollywood Racist Or Just Plain Stupid? (PHOTOS)

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Meagan Good is one of the finest women in all of Tinseltown.

We watched her perform brilliantly as Kara in the cult classic Brick as she dances with the camera, reciting her lines as naturally as can be.

We remember her from Eve’s Bayou where her talents shined bright alongside acting legends like Samuel L. Jackson. When you add in her work from Jumping the Broom, Stomp the Yard or any other of the numerous films she’s starred in, you clearly see, the girl got skills. 

VIDEO: Meagan Good Is “Jumping The Broom”

So much talent it has us wondering … is Hollywood racist, or just plain stupid?

Because if they were smart, she’d have the leading role in The Amazing Spiderman, instead of Girl at School. Where is Meagan’s transformative Transformers role? 

While her future is brighter than the sun, we just would like to remind the world that Meagan Good is better than good ― she’s great!  


Meagan Monique Good was born in 8 August 1981 in Panorama, California, USA.


One of her first roles was as “Girl #2” in the hit movie, Friday.


Meagan Good’s dad is a cop in the LAPD.


Meagan first began to gain recognition for her performance as troubled teen Cisely Baptiste in Kasi Lemmons’ critically acclaimed 1997 film Eve’s Bayou, which earned Good two award nominations, including her first NAACP Image Award nomination.


Good has stated in numerous interviews that she would like to portray the late singer Aaliyah in a biographical film.


From 1999 to 2003, she appeared as Nina on Nickelodeon’s hit show Cousin Skeeter.


As a young kid, Meagan was an extra on Doogie Howser, M.D.


Meagan will be seen next in Dysfunctional Friends, starring Stacey Dash, Reagan Gomez, Tatyana Ali and many others.


Meagan has a small part in the upcoming Spiderman as the “Girl At School.”



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