At the age of ten years old, Megan Piphus was introduced to ventriloquism. In 2008, Megan was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show: The World’s Smartest and Most Talented Kids. Megan graduated valedictorian of her class at Princeton High School in 2010. Her graduation speech featuring her and her puppet, George, became a hit on YouTube soon after its release; Megan became known throughout her community as the “Valedictorian Ventriloquist.” 

In 2011, after submitting a video showcasing her talent in musical ventriloquism, Megan was chosen to be a contestant on America’s Got Talent YouTube Contest. In 2012, Megan appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno as a ventriloquist on a segment called “Does This Thrill Bill” with William Shatner. In June of 2013, Megan appeared on NBC show America’s Got Talent with her characters Princess and Monica in front of celebrity judges Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Howard Stern and received four yes’s from all four judges to continue onto the Vegas bootcamp round. In April of 2018, Megan appeared on FOX show Showtime at the Apollo with Steve Harvey, received a standing ovation from the Apollo Theater audience, and placed in the top 3 of her episode.

Blending her vocal prowess with ventriloquism, Megan captives audiences of all ages through comedy, impersonations, musical anecdotes, and inspirational messages.