While starring in several movies of the week for NBC, Meredith appeared in twice in NBC's public service campaign The More You Know. Her topics were eating disorders and substance abuse.
Meredith is listed among Keppler's Speakers on Campus, talking on topics of Balancing Motherhood, and Surviving Cancer.
As of April, 2006, Meredith has two grandchildren.
Meredith is a breast cancer survivor.
Meredith authored "Beautiful Women" for WebMD.
When asked by Good Housekeeping what made her angry, Meredith cited injustice, inequity and watching her daughter Kate get clocked in the chin at a martial arts competition.
Meredith and David's daughter Kate Birney studied martial arts.
Before twins Peter and Mollie were born, Meredith and David had a girl, Kate.
In addition to Robert Lewis Bush and David Birney, Meredith was married to Michael Blodgett, a marriage that bore no children. All three of Meredith's marriages ended in divorce.
Meredith has developed her own line of cosmetics.
Meredith attended Hollywood High School in California.
Meredith is a vegetarian.
Meredith was reportedly born at 8:18 pm Pacific Time.
Meredith's height is listed at 5'7".
When Meredith appeared on the Spa Magazine cover, the feature article of that issue was "Meredith Baxter's Beauty Secrets."
Meredith appeared on the January/February 2001 cover of Spa Magazine.
Meredith met David Birney on the set of Bridget Loves Bernie.
While she was married to David Birney (1974-89), Meredith performed as Meredith Baxter Birney. Outside those years, Meredith performed as Meredith Baxter.
Meredith's mother is sitcom creatot Whitney Blake; her father is radio man Tom Baxter; her stepfather is Allan Mannings.
Meredith and Family Ties co-star Michael Gross share a birthday, including the year.
Meredith has five children: two from her first marriage to Robert Lewis Bush, and three from her second marriage to David Birney, which include twins Mollie and Peter, who were born in 1984.