Originally from Virginia and a recent transplant from Hollywood , Pamela began performing at the age of 4 and by age 6, was singing and dancing professionally on stage with the “Weaver Sisters” at local USO shows, aboard Naval ships, US Naval Hospitals and USO Clubs in the Tidewater Area. Her television debut at age 6 was on the Ted Mack Talent Hour. She has performed in more than 100 plays on both the East and West Coast, 15 films, 4 television shows. She starred opposite Lionel Stander in the film Joey Takes A Cab which co-starred Kathleen Freeman, Jackie Gayle, Kaye Ballard, Eileen Brennan, Bruce Kirby, Michael J. Pollard, Alex Cord, among others. She studied with some of the greatest teachers including Joseph Bernard, Stella Adler, and received a scholarship to attend the Lee Strasberg Institute in Hollywood. After a life transforming experience she had in South America in 2006, Pamela has now gone behind the camera and is in the process of producing, writing and filming a documentary about holistic medicine, prophecy and the rise of feminine energy on earth.