Megan Cavanagh (born November 8, 1960) is an American actress who portrayed the roles of Marla Hooch in A League of Their Own (1992), Broomhilde in Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993), Essie in Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) and was the voice of Judy Neutron in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Hilary Higgenbottom in The Mighty B!. She was featured in the short-lived second season of Bob (1993) and played the recurring role of Trudy McHale, who married Al Borland in the series finale, on the sitcom Home Improvement (1998–99). Openly lesbian, Cavanagh stars in Exes & Ohs, a lesbian comedy on Logo TV. She voices Slog in Tak and the Power of Juju.
Cavanagh was an original member (1984–1987) of the professional theatre troupe New Age Vaudeville (formerly the Comedy Cabaret) founded by Richard O'Donnell and Amy Mckenzie. An Actor’s Equity (AEA) theatre troupe, the Comedy Cabaret landed a summer residence at Peninsula Players in Fish Creek, Wisconsin where it developed works for a predominately tourist trade and then relocated to their winter home in Chicago at CrossCurrents. Throughout her tenure, Megan Cavanagh (who thus earned her Actors' Equity union card) starred in numerous productions including the cult-hits An Evening with Elmore & Gwendolyn Putts - The Neighbors Next Door and the TV Dinner Hour (the latter featured iO founder Del Close). Rick Kogan of the Chicago Tribune hailed both productions as "Among the most polished and clever productions of the season, a pair of devilishly inventive shows that won over critics and audiences alike".