Who Is the Red-Haired Woman Riding the Train in Subaru’s “Boxcar” Commercial?
Subaru’s latest commercial is making rounds on television and online. Chances are you’ve seen this ad in recent days which promotes the 2017 Subaru Outback. The commercial, titled “Boxcar,” stars a woman who’s daydreaming about travelling on a train across the country–despite actually riding in a Subaru with her husband.
The charming main actress in the commercial has captured the attention of many viewers. And if you’re wondering who this red-haired actress riding the train is, her name is Megan Easton.
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Up-and-coming actress Megan Easton, who stars in Subaru’s “Boxcar” commercial, has worked for a number of years in Hollywood, making appearances in short films, TV shows, TV movies, and short films.
You may have also seen her in a Nike Women’s commercial from last year called “Spin Class,” in which she plays someone attending a spin class in a gym who has to sit behind a row of flawless-looking models.
Easton’s first official acting role was in a sci-fi action short from 2012. Since then, she has appeared in a number of comedic and dramatic short films, as well as roles in the TV films Petals on the Wind, Heaven Is Now, Manson’s Lost Girls, and Sorority Nightmare. She’s also made one-time appearances on the TV shows Vegas and CSI.
Megan’s charm and beauty perfectly fit the appeal of Subaru, and hopefully we’ll see her in many more Subaru commercials, movies, and TV shows in the future.
If you haven’t seen her performance in the Subaru commercial yet, take a look:
Wild Style: You’ve never seen a Subaru like this before!
- John Adams
John Adams is the Director of Business Development at Heuberger Motors in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Heuberger Motors is a new and used Subaru dealership, just a short drive from Denver. With its wide selection of Outback, Forester, and Crosstrek vehicles, Heuberger Motors is consistantly one of the largest volume Subaru dealers in the nation.