Meghan Apostoles is arvold.’s very own Renaissance Woman. She works as a casting associate on film and television projects, acts as production manager on arvold. productions, helms the multimedia casting department and assists with arvold.education events. She is also the unofficial I.T. guru and key grip at arvold. HQ.
Before her time at arvold., Meghan had already made a name for herself as a nationally ranked competitive race walker. By the age of 14, Meghan heaved aside her many medals and retired from the cutthroat world of junior track & field. She developed a passion for film and television, pouring over titles ranging from His Girl Friday to Bicycle Thieves to Bug Juice. Meghan knew that she wanted to work in the film industry and was sure that the confidence, composure and calves of steel honed during her race walking career would serve her well on a movie set.
After a “zenzational” turn as a cashier at Zaxby’s, an intrepid summer teaching flyboard on the James River and a brief stint ordering iced coffees for legendary broadcaster Larry King, Meghan landed an internship at arvold. She quickly earned the title of “rockstar intern” that summer and became an extras casting assistant on Meg Ryan’s Ithaca. Two days after graduating from the University of Virginia, Meghan began working full time at arvold. She’s since worked on the AMC television series TURN: Washington’s Spies, Jeff Nichols’s Loving and many commercial and short form multimedia projects.
Most recently, Meghan served as the location casting associate on the fourth and final season of TURN: Washington’s Spies. She loves working at arvold., where she gets to collaborate everyday with the most brilliant, creative and hilarious people in the biz.