Meg Liberman was named Executive Vice President, Casting, CBS Television Studios in September 2017. Liberman joined CBS Television Studios as Senior Vice President, Casting, in August 2008.
In her position, Liberman oversees the day-to-day casting for all CBS Television Studios programs.
Liberman has been nominated for eleven Emmy Awards, winning three Emmys for the HBO miniseries "From the Earth to the Moon" in 1998, "Band of Brothers" in 2002, and "The Pacific" in 2010. Other Emmy Award nominations include "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" (2007), "The Path to 9/11" (2006), "Into The West" (2005), "The Comeback" (2005), "Pushing Daisies" (2008), and multiple nods for "Seinfeld". Additionally, she has been nominated fifty six times for the coveted Artios Award by the Casting Society of America, winning eleven times for the following projects: "The Pacific," "Band of Brothers," "Seinfeld (three awards)," "The Larry Sanders Show," "Dilbert," "Third Rock from The Sun," "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd," and "Pushing Daisies” (two awards). Liberman also received the coveted Hoyt Bowers Award, recognizing outstanding career achievement from the Casting Society of America in 2011.
On the feature side, Liberman cast one of the most successful independent films of all time, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," and produced cult favorite, "Playing by Heart," starring Angelina Jolie and Sean Connery. Liberman also cast “The X Files: Fight the Future,” which was based on the popular television series.
Liberman founded her own company in 1984, before she partnered with Marc Hirschfeld from 1987 to 1999 and with Cami Patton from 1999-2008.