Chris Weatherhead
Chris Weatherhead appears as Meg Callahan, the daugther of former wildcatter Blackie Callahan, an old buddy of Jock and J.R.'s, in two episodes of the CBS-TV series "Dallas".
Chris Weatherhead
General Information
Birth Name: Christine Anne Weatherhead
Born: (1948-01-11) January 11, 1948 (age 70)
Birthplace: Bethune, Colorado, U.S.
Deathplace: Los Angeles County, California, U.S.
Appeared on/in
(or involved with):
Dallas (first series)
Appeared as: Meg Callahan
Episodes appeared in
/involved with:
2 in Seasons 13 & 14

Christine Anne "Chris" Weatherhead (born January 11, 1948) appeared as Meg Callahan the daughter of former wildcatter Blackie Callahan, who is also an old friend of Jock Ewing, who also helped J.R. find the town where he had his first oil strike, in two episodes of the original Dallas TV series, the episodes "I Dream of Jeannie" in Season 13 and "Fathers and Sons and Fathers and Sons" in Season 14 of the series.


In perhaps her most noted role, Chris co-starred, co-wrote and directed a feature film, All For Liberty, which has won nine international film awards, three National Historical awards [SAR & DAR], and received rave reviews. She co-starred for two years in James Lapine's smash Off-Broadway hit, Table Settings, receiving rave reviews from major New York and U.S. media. She starred in the feature film Whatever It Takes and guest starred in numerous primetime TV series, such as Dallas, Equal Justice, NBC-TV's Night Court, Our Family Honor, and the ABC-TV series Moonlighting.

On daytime TV, she starred for two years on the CBS-TV soap The Edge of Night as the evil Alicia Van Dine. She also has played recurring roles in four other daytime series. [1]

Theatrical workEdit

She is also a co-founder of the Actors' Theatre of South Carolina[1] with husband, Clarence Felder, directing or producing 73 productions, while performing many roles, which included Mary Chesnut in Mary Chesnut’s War For Independence, and the portrayal of Mary Chesnut for C-SPAN's American Writers series.

Literary worksEdit

As a writer, Weatherhead has written six one-act plays, four screenplays and is the author of an historical novel, Kumakani: Against the Wind, an historical novel set in 18th century Hawaii.


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