Originally from Virginia, 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 ships, in hospitals and in the USO Clubs in the Tidewater Area. Since her television debut at age 6 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. She studied with Susan Anspach, Joseph Bernard, Stella Adler, and received a scholarship to attend the Lee Strasberg Institute in Hollywood. After relocating from Los Angeles to Austin in 2007, Pamela went behind the camera and wrote, produced and filmed a feature film (“Keepers of the Light”) that is currently in distribution through Gaiam TV. In 2008, she formed and currently chairs The Austin Actors Conservatory; is President and National Board Member for the SAG-AFTRA Houston Local, and a SAG-AFTRA member since 1989.