Meg Donnelly

Addison: ZOMBIES
Addison: ZOMBIES 2

Meg Donnelly reprises her role as Addison, a determined cheerleader who believes everyone should be treated equally and with kindness, in the Disney Channel Original Movie “ZOMBIES 2,” the highly anticipated sequel to “ZOMBIES.”

An accomplished singer, musician and dancer, Donnelly is best known for her role as the eldest daughter Taylor Otto on ABC’s hit comedy series “American Housewife,” now in its fourth season. She can also be seen in the indie drama “The Broken Ones,” which premiered at the 2017 SOHO International Film Festival in New York City.

Raised in Peapack, New Jersey, and then New York City, Donnelly got her start in the entertainment industry via commercial/print work. At the age of 6, she started training in voice, dance and acting at Annie’s Playhouse—School of Performing Arts. A natural-born performer, she soon become the youngest performer in the APX Conservatory, a singing/dancing group that performs in various venues throughout New Jersey. A few years later, she landed her first series regular role as Ash on “Team Toon.” For 26 episodes, she starred as Ash, one of four kid creators of an animated online series called “Psycho Squirrel.” She has also appeared on ABC’s top-rated series “What Would You Do?”

In conjunction to working on these projects, Donnelly was still avidly working in music, becoming the understudy for the role of Louisa in the groundbreaking television special “The Sound of Music Live!,” and was a featured soloist in the 54 Below production of “Von Trapp Children: from Sound of Music, Live.”

During the summer of 2018, Donnelly independently released her debut single “Smile,” which quickly rose to No. 1 on the Radio Disney Top 30. Follow-up single “Digital Love” peaked at No. 3 on the Radio Disney Top 50, and her most recent hit, “With You,” landed at No. 1 on the Radio Disney Top 50 list.

Most recently, she was named Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing and has performed alongside the likes of Steve Aoki, Avril Lavigne and Alessia Cara. Her debut album “trust,” which was released Dec. 6, 2019, features tracks with KOTA The Friend and 2 Milly.

When she isn’t on set or touring, Donnelly continues to learn and practice the Japanese language.