Megan Sleeper

SVP of Casting

Megan Sleeper serves as Senior Vice President of Casting at Bunim-Murray Productions developing and overseeing the casting of the company's programming. She started her television career in 2002 as an intern at Bunim-Murray Productions straight out of college. Over the past 15 years, Sleeper has supervised the casting of a variety of television shows at BMP and discovered on-camera talent for 18 seasons of The Real World (MTV), 16 seasons of Bad Girls Club (OXYGEN), Emmy Award-winning Born This Way (A&E), Starting Over (NBC), 4 seasons of Love Games (OXYGEN), The Selection (HISTORY), Simple Life (FOX) and many more.


Sleeper received the Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program Emmy Award for her work on A&E's Born This Way.


Sleeper produced the documentary film New York Says Thank You, which premiered as an official Spotlight Feature selection at Tribeca Film Festival in 2011, had a television debut on Fox-owned MyNetworkTv affiliates, and streamed on AOL worldwide on September 11, 2011. She also produced and filmed in Armenia the documentary Tumo, which examines the Armenian educational system and the life of Armenian children, and in Yerevan, Armenia, she produced a live open-air concert with Serj Tankian (System of a Down) headlining. 


Sleeper graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Film from Emerson College in Boston, where she was the recipient of the Oliver Stone Film Award.