has left HA, and you cannot RP with them anymore. sorry.
|Megan Claire Violet Cambridge|
|Hair Color:||Dark blonde|
|Birthday:||September 2, 1997|
|Address:||74 Oxford Drive, Los Angeles, CA|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:||Claire Cambridge (mother), Alexander Cambridge (father), Gabe Cambridge (older brother).|
|Friends:||Waverly Channing, Jade West, Beck Oliver|
|Pet(s):||a Shiba Inu named Foxface|
|Interests:||Acting, friends, her PearPhone, darker colors, coffee|
|Education:||Hollywood Arts High School (formerly East Manhattan Academy)|
|First appearance:||May 24, 2012|
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Dark blonde
Trademark: You tell me.
I have dark blonde hair, brown eyes, and fair skin. I was thinking about chopping all my hair off, but I like it long and bipolar. I wear a little lip gloss and eyeliner.
I'm a fan of preppy clothing in dark colors. And I wear lots of accessories. Done.
My mom is Claire Cambridge. We don't have that strong of a relationship. She gets to stay at home all day or go out with her friends for pedicures while my father works at an extremely successful business, bringing in all our wealth. She's strict, hates my friends, hates California...it's disgusting.
I really love my dad. Alexander Cambridge works for a car dealership. If he didn't work there I wouldn't have half the things in my room because I won't lie, that job pays. He's really fun and loves taking Gabe and I on special trips. He doesn't mind my friends, and, well, he's so much better than Mom.
Gabe Cambridge is my brother. He's just ten months older than me, so we're close, but we argue a lot. I usually win though (: No matter what, I love Gabe; he's a great singer and has a really promising future. Aside from the fact that he thinks my friends are hot...he's the ideal brother.
Lastly, I have a Shiba Inu named Foxface. (Fun fact - she was named before The Thunder Games, so deal.) We [Gabe and I] call her that because she really looks like a small fox. She's feisty, but she loves me and Gabe. If she doesn't know/like you, she WILL bite you, guaranteed.
I was born to Claire Cambridge, a housewife, and Alexander Cambridge, a car salesman, on September 2, 1997, at 9:34 AM.
Gabe was nearly a year old when my parents had me. The pair of us grew up together in New York in a lavish home, buying expensive things without a care in the world. After all, even back then Dad was a luxury car salesman, and paying bills wasn't a hassle. Mom lived it up in the city, going to spas and eating overpriced salads with friends. By the time I started school at age 5, I already understood the ranks of society perfectly, thanks to my mother, and only went along with the social circles that Mom said were "appropriate for our high lifestyle."
For a while I didn't question this. I was having a blast in school anyway. I had my circle of popular friends, and we basically controlled the Academy. It was around this high point that I started taking private acting lessons. I'd grow up to be an award-winning actress and socialite - what could be better?
Then Dad decided to relocate the family to California; he saw how the materialism was getting to me and Gabe's heads. He thought that if I enrolled in a performing arts school, I'd become more down-to-earth; focus on my craft more than products. That's exactly what happened. Mom, of course, was beside herself, but I realized how shallow I'd been. I still only trust certain friends, but believe me, life is better this way.
How I Got Into Hollywood ArtsEdit
This is my absolute favorite story to tell. My best friend EVER, Waverly Channing, used to go to the Academy with me. When she left for California, she got in first because of her dancing skills. She found out I was moving to Los Angeles, and she freaked. She told me that I was a fantastic actress and that I had to set up an audition with Helen. The trouble was, I didn't know a monologue to perform for her.
From there, we got inspired somehow, and ideas just started flowing. In the end, Waverly and I decided to go for a darker audition. I would recite a monologue I wrote myself, Gone, while Waverly performed an emotional dance routine in the background. Gabe filmed it. Helen later told me it was the most beautiful thing she had ever watched, and that's what got me here.
I'm just going to be honest: I'm really dark, secretive, and judgmental at first. I don't trust people easily; that's why I have very few close friends. It takes several months or years to uncover my deepest secrets.
Another thing, I've been told I'm really clever. I'm quick on my feet when it comes to insults. So yeah, I'm really witty. Don't mess with me because you have a 99.999 percent chance of looking stupid.
If I do trust you, I'm really protective of you. I'll always be there with a hug or a nice insult thrown at anyone who hurts you. I prefer the insult. Or maybe a nice slap in the face.
Relationships With Other StudentsEdit
Tori is so annoying. She's one of those girls who gets everything she wants handed to her on a silver platter. Personally, I just try to avoid her.
Andre's cool enough. And talented, I suppose. Too bad he's always hanging around Tori.
Jade is one of the coolest girls here. We have a lot in common, and on my first day, we really hit it off. She knows a ton of personal stuff about me already.
I cannot STAND Shapiro. With that stupid puppet, his talent may as well be bothering innocent people.
Mleh. She's talented, but she's annoying. Really funny sometimes, but other times, I want to tape her mouth shut. ...mleh.
Beck is a really cool guy. It's awkward being friends with Jade's ex, but whatever. We get coffee together a lot.
Ugh. The talentless one? I don't even talk to her. She's just outright obnoxious.
Sinjin Van CleefEdit
He's lucky I talk to him. But even that's only because he does stuff for me.