Robert Frost eloquently wrote that “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and thought has found its words.” I have always felt that poetry is one of the purest and most selfless art forms, seemingly arising from a place of vulnerability and introspection.
I wrote an piece for The Nerdy Girl Express this past May titled “A Tale of Two Megs” ( https://thenerdygirlexpress.com/2016/05/01/realnickiaycox-rachelminer1-a-tale-of-two-megs-via-tdmiller820917/ ) in which I analyzed the tremendous contributions that both Nicki Aycox and Rachel Miner brought to the Supernatural landscape through their rich and distinct portrayal of college girl turned demon Meg Masters.
Fans won’t mind neither the noise and confusion nor the road so far as they carry on to Australia to see some of their favorite Supernatural stars at Oz Comic Con.
If a crossroads demon can proclaim himself the King of Hell, the ever resourceful demon Meg Masters can reign as the Queen of Hell. Of course, Abbadon would have something to say about that. But I bet Meg would give the fiery redhead a run for her money.
Rachel Miner is a veteran actress of stage, television and film. For fans of The CW’s long running show Supernatural, Miner is best known for her portrayal of the demon Meg, a recurring role she held from 2009 through 2013. … Continue reading Interview with actress @RachelMiner1 via @tdmiller820917
Meg Masters is demon, but she holds a special place in the hearts of Supernatural viewers.
The success of this character is due to the tremendous talent of the two actresses who portrayed her, Nicki Aycox and Rachel Miner. Both of these performers offered a different spin on Meg Masters. Yet, their interpretations captivated viewers.