If you follow crime drama series then chances, are you have seen Megan Boone, an American Actress best known for her role in the NBC drama series The Blacklist as FBI officer and profiler Elizabeth Keen. She then appeared as a regular cast in Law & Order: LA.
Boone isn't just confined to small screen as she has appeared in movies such as My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) and Step Up Revolution (2012).
Megan Boone who plays an FBI agent somehow framed as double agent who killed the senator in NBC series The Blacklist went on a full rogue mode to bring the whole system down. Faking her own death and hunting down the killer she became NBC's most loved crime fighter.
And after The Blacklist aired for its sixth season in 2019 summing its 22 episodar series Megan Boone again came into highlights.
Megan was born in in Petoskey, Michigan, but Boone was raised in Florida.
Her parents, father Marcus Whitney Boone, and mother Jennifer Parr along with Megan moved to Florida to be closer to Megan's aging grandparents when she was a child. Her grandfather, H. Gary Morse was a famous American Billionaire and the developer of a retirement community The Villages, Florida.
Boone claims that her grandparents took her to New York to see a Broadway-play starring Nathan Lane, at the age of seven and after the Broadway play she had only one dream which was to be an actor.
At Belleview High School, where she graduated in 2001, Boone studied acting as a student. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Acting from the School of Theater at Florida State University in 2005.
Boone researched at the Asolo Repertory Theater with Jane Alexander and Edwin Sherin and worked with playwright Mark Medoff.
Boone credits Alexander with influencing her to continue acting, though in her career she regarded quitting early. At the end of 2017, Bard College started studying for an MBA in sustainability.
Boone debuted in Los Angeles Theater act Limonade Tous Les Jours directed by Charles L. Mee in 2007.
For her very first theatrical play, she was able to win two LA Weekly Theater Awards for her performance.
After a successful theater acting, she turned towards big screens with 2009s 3D Horror movie My Bloody Valentine marking her movie film debut. Boone's movie role was then followed by a supporting role in the famous movie Sex and City 2.
Later in 2010, she depicted Junior Deputy District Attorney Lauren Stanton in the short-lived NBC series Law & Order: LA.
That same year, Boone was first time seen as a movie's lead in an independent movie Eggshells for Soil, part of which was filmed in her hometown, The Villages, Florida.
She also appeared in 2012s smashing hit movie Step Up Revolution, which was the fourth Step Up movie.
Subsequently, Boone played a lead in another independent play Leave Me Like You Found Me the same year, she did Step Up, her role won her the Best Actress awards at the Gen Art Film Festival.
Then she played a recurring role in the 2013 CBS police drama series Blue Bloods, followed by a role as FBI agent Elizabeth Keen in NBC show The Blacklist.
The NBC show has gained a huge critical acclaims and public support and has now successfully completed its sixth season. Further, the show has received a huge viewership, good reviews and excellent DVR ratings.
Boone's representative revealed in November 2015 that she and artist Dan Estabrook were waiting together for their first kid.
During a live appearance in January 2016! Boone disclosed that she and Estabrook were involved and waiting for a girl with Kelly and Michael.
On April 15, 2016, Boone gave birth to Caroline Boone Estabrook's daughter. She is increasingly engaged in increasing awareness about environmental issues after the birth of her daughter.
She introduced the CarolineAgnes.org Foundation in January 2017, which helps provide environmentally secure gift-giving alternatives for parents to their kids.
Reportedly when James Spader started the show The Blacklist, he reportedly made $160,000 per episode of the show. Whereas, Megan Boone had the second place as she was offered $70 thousand at the beginning of the show.
Now with show's growing fame and viewership NBC pays $300,000 per episode to actor James Spader, which means they pay him $6.6 million per season and it is the highest payment to a cast member by NBC. On the Other hand, Megan Boone's character after her resurrection from dead receives $160 thousand per episode/ $1.6 million per season of The Blacklist.
She as of 2019, reportedly has a net worth of $3 million but she also is from a super rich family as her late grandfather was an American billionaire H. Gary Morse.
So, we believe she came into the entertainment industry following her passion and as a MBA graduate, she can still have a career path ready, if in case, she chooses to leave the limelight business but we don't see that happening any sooner.