Meghan Markle’s TV and film roles, from Deal or No Deal to Suits

The new Netflix documentary about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Harry & Meganis quickly becoming one of the most talked about TV events of the year.

The series, which will release its first three episodes on Thursday, December 8, is expected to be the couple’s most revealing TV appearance since their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

In the trailer for the new series, Prince Harry can be heard suggesting that stories against Markle were “planted” during their time as senior members of the royal institution.

Here’s an overview of Markle’s career in television and film.

Markle made her acting debut on an episode of the US soap opera General Hospital in 2002.

Her work for much of the next decade was characterized by brief one-episode appearances on television series such as CSI:NY, 90210and The leaguewho also appears in a two-episode arc in Fox’s sci-fi drama edge area in 2009.

In 2006, she was briefly one of the “briefcase models” in the second season of the CBS competition. deal or no deal on NBC (as number 24).

Markle had a small uncredited role in the popular 2010 comedy Take him to the Greekand shared a scene with Jason Sudeikis in 2011 Terrible bossesplays a FedEx worker.

Meghan Markle cameo in Horrible Bosses

In 2011, Markle was cast in the US network’s acclaimed legal drama. suits.

It would become her biggest and most recognizable role. She played Rachel Zane, a talented lawyer who eventually falls in love with and marries series director Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams).

Markle appeared in 108 episodes of the show and eventually left after marrying Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle as Rachel Zane in Suits.

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In 2013, Markle played the female lead in the romantic film A chance encounter. In 2014 and 2016, she appeared in two Hallmark original films: When sparks fly and The Dater Handbook.

In 2020, Markle was the narrator for last year’s Disney+ nature film Elephant.

And in the summer of 2022, she launched her podcast archetypes, which aims to “dissect, explore, and subvert the labels that try to hold women back.” Guests have included Mariah Carey, Serena Williams and Mindy Kaling. Meghan Markle’s TV and film roles, from Deal or No Deal to Suits


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