Ht:  5'6"                                      Wt: 132 lbs  Hair: Blonde                               Eyes:  Blue

Pants:  6                                     Blouse:  Med     Chest:  37"                                  Waist:  30"      Hips:  36"                                    Shoe: 7 1/2 B 


Currently Resides in Austin, TX

Union Affiliation:  SAG-AFTRA

Willing to travel


Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, and after 20 years in Los Angeles, she relocated to Austin, Texas in  2006.  Pamela began performing for family at the age of 4 and by age 6, was dancing and singing professionally on stage with "The Weaver Sisters" at local USO shows, aboard Naval ships, US Naval Hospitals and USO Clubs in the Tidewater Area.  She has performed in more than 100 plays on both East and West Coasts, over 15 films, 4 television shows.  Her dreams came true at age 30 when she was cast in the role of Bob Hope's best friend, Sophie Tucker in "A Salute to Bob Hope" and realized her childhood dreams of being on stage with Mr. Hope, the man that inspired her during her work with the USO as a child performer.


Her feature film debut was playing the featured role of the saloon waitress, Patsy, in "Butterfly" starring Pia Zadora, Stacy Keach and Orson Welles, among others.  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 of the 20th century including Stella Adler and was granted a scholarship to attend the Lee Strasberg Institute in Hollywood.  She has worked with several coaches, Stephen Bridgewater, Robert Walden, Susan Anspach to name a few.  In 2008, she created the SAG-AFTRA Austin Actors Conservatory where she brings various teachers from Los Angeles and New York to Austin.  She is very active with the SAG-AFTRA union and was Local Board member for the Houston-Austin Local from 2007-2013, followed by being elected President of that Local in 2013 and re-elected  President and National Board Member in 2015 for the SAG-AFTRA  Houston-Austin Austin  Local.

Pamela went behind the camera in 2007 writing, directing, producing and acting in her first feature film entitled "Keepers of the Light" which is currently in distribution as well as other film and writing projects that are in pre-production.  More recently she took on the hat of director for the short film "Lift and Separate" currently in the film festival circuit.