Though not a household name, actress Megyn Price was one of the more familiar faces in the world of television sitcoms. A gifted student with a mind for figures, Price initially embarked on a career in finance before making the jump to acting. Her television debut on a final season episode of the sci-fi adventure "Quantum Leap" (NBC, 1989-1993) soon led to more TV guest spots and a regular cast role on the exceptionally short-lived legal sitcom "Common Law" (ABC, 1996). Although Price occasionally picked up smaller parts in feature films like the Russell Crowe vehicle "Mystery, Alaska" (1999), it was on the small screen that she truly excelled. While another co-starring role on the Al Franken sitcom "Lateline" (NBC, 1998-2000) lasted a mere two seasons, Price's turn as thirty-something mom Claudia Finnerty on the family comedy "Grounded for Life" (The WB, 2001-05) helped establish her as a recognizable screen presence. Surrounded by a popular ensemble cast that included Patrick Warburton and David Spade, she enjoyed her lengthiest series run on the relationship sitcom "Rules of Engagement" (CBS, 2007-13) as matrimonial veteran, Audrey Bingham. Blessed with exceptional comic timing and an everywoman appeal, Price enjoyed a lengthy and prolific career in television.