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Meet the Ventriloquist, Meghan

Meghan and Candace Bergen

The Beginning

Meghan has been exposed to puppets since the day she was born, literally. While growing up, her dad read books to her while using puppets and ventriloquism. At the age of five, she discovered what the magic was that brought these characters to life. After this discovery, she was insistent on learning the art of ventriloquism, so she completed the Maher Course of Advanced Ventriloquism by the age of six. In 2001, Meghan instantly fell in love with performing and making people laugh after being on the stage for the first time at the Vent Haven International Ventriloquist Convention in Fort Mitchell, KY.


Awards and Credentials

  •  2013: Clinton Detweiler Scholarship Winner presented by Terry Fator (Season 2 Winner of America's Got Talent).
  • 2014: Joel Leffler Scholarship Winner (KIDABRA Convention for Kid Show and Family Performers in Pigeon Forge, TN).
  • 2011: Night of the Stars Talent Show (Northglenn, CO).
  • 2012 & 2013: Legacy High School Talent Show Winner (Broomfield, CO).

Member of:

  • International Ventriloquist Society 
  • Puppeteers of America
  • Mountain Plains Library Association
  • Utah Library Association
  • New Mexico Library Association
  • Colorado Library Association


Education and Goals

May 2013: GED from Legacy High School in Broomfield, CO.

August 2018: B.S. in Psychology from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO.

May 2019: Personal Training and Nutrition Certificate completion through International Sports Sciences Association.

Fall 2019: Meghan will be continuing her education by pursuing a degree in Master of Public Health with a focus on Child and Adolescent Health.

Meghan's ultimate dream is to one day have an educational T.V. program that teaches children about health, safety, and fitness using puppets. 


Making A Difference

When there is spare time, Meghan loves performing for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and The Children's Hospital in Denver, CO. While attending CSU,  she was a member of the Colorado State Campus Crew for Love Your Melon from 2017-2018. Love Your Melon is an apparel organization that has an amazing mission to support the fight against pediatric cancer. When you purchase any apparel from this company, 50% of the proceeds bought go towards supporting this fight. As of 2019, Love Your Melon has given $6.1 million to fight pediatric cancer, and has given over 160,000 hats to children battling cancer. If you would like to help end this fight as much as Meghan does, you can help out by clicking on the picture with Meghan and Aidan wearing the Love Your Melon hat and beanie.


See Meghan In Action

Click on the photo with the America's Got Talent logo to be directed to Meghan's YouTube Channel where you can find videos she has created over the years.