|Known relatives:||Philip Todd|
|1st appearance:||Episode 888|
Megan Todd is a fictional vampire and a recurring character from the daytime gothic soap opera Dark Shadows, which aired on ABC from 1966 to 1971. She was played by actress Marie Wallace and introduced in episode 888. The character appeared in a total of thirty-three episodes between 1969 and 1970. Megan Todd played an important role in "The Leviathan Cult" storyline.
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Megan Todd was a young entrepreneur who was married to a man named Philip Todd. In 1970, the Todds moved to Collinsport, Maine where they opened up an antiques shop. They quickly befriended some of the locals, including Carolyn Stoddard and Doctor Julia Hoffman. Julia became instantly interested in one of their pieces, an original painting by late Victorian artist Charles Delaware Tate.
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- The character of Megan Todd was created by director Lela Swift and writer Gordon Russell based on concepts originally developed by Art Wallace and Dan Curtis.
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