Megan Timothy
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OccupationActress ,Writer ,Musician

Megan Timothy is a former actress, singer and adventurer. She is also an author as she wrote of Let Me Die Laughing!: Waking from The Nightmare of a Brain Explosion, which is an account of her brain injury.

She suffered a stroke in September 2003, at the age of 63.


Timothy was born in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1943. At 16 years she was working for the Victoria Times, a Rhodesian newspaper. she later briefly worked as a horse trainer. In the 1960s she left Africa for the United States of America. [1]

Film career

In 1967, she had a credited role in the Russ Meyer film Good Morning... and Goodbye!. In 1968, she appeared in Hells Chosen Few which would be the first of three David L. Hewitt directed films she would do.[2]

Music career

In the 1960s, Timothy was a folk singer at coffee houses. She also entertained American troops in Vietnam as part of a USO tour.