Megan Follows is a bosomy redhead from a show-business family, but has yet to show her business on screen. Born and raised in Canada, Megan was a child star, quickly transitioning from commercials to a starring role as Jenny on Global's Matt and Jenny. Megan showed up on an episode of The Facts of Life (that was supposed to, but failed to launch a spin-off), The Littlest Hobo, and the absurdly Canadian TV movie Hockey Night (1984). But Megan's career really took off in 1985. First, she starred alongside Corey Haim in the Stephen King werewolf adaptation Silver Bullet (1985),before landing her most famous role, Anne Shirley from Nova Scotia in the miniseries Anne of Green Gables, which she reprised in the sequels Ann of Avonlea (1987) and Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000). Ladies will be green with envy seeing her on the Canadian series Robson Arms. Megan checks out her curvy white-panty-and-bra-clad body in the mirror, which is great, but what a better reflection of her talents it would have been to lose the underwear. Megan impressed us much even if she didn't let the girls go as Shania Twain in Shania: A Life in Eight Albums (2005) before showing up in Cold Case, Lie to Me, House and Longmire. But just when it seemed Megan was headed for has-been status, her reign of Canadian stardom got a shot of life when she took the role of Catherine de' Medici on The CW's Reign. When Megan started kissing Catherine Berube I was touching my dicky! Then Meg played the stoic widow of Ward Earp, Michelle Gibson on Wynonna Earp. But most recently she has been continuing her supernatural string of hits as Edith Mooreland on Netflix's comic book adaptation October Faction. Wherever Megan leads, we're happy to follow!