Pamela is ideal known for her roles on “Baywatch” and “Sirens”. From 1991-2000 Pamela managed to create two significant different characters and make them believable on these two series for a lot of seasons (10 years on “Baywatch”). As Kaye Morgan she portrayed a cafe owner on “Baywatch” who stays in the mix of things and always lends a helping hand when she feels the necessity. On “Sirens” 1994-1995,she portrayed Ellen Baskin the top ranking police psychologist, candid and to the point. Up until the final season ago, she was a frequent flyer between the beaches of Los Angeles, to the city of Montreal. Although having been married to David Hasselhoff until 2006, Pamela managed to carve out her own career independent of his. in 2000 She starred in the motion picture “More Than Puppy Love” (Show Time), that was shot entirely on location in Kansas City, with Diane Ladd, and in 1998 a motion picture “Route 66” in which she starred as the Stepmother, with an all star cast that includes Diane Ladd, Alana Austin, Richard Moll, Mat McCoy and Bruce Wheitz under the direction of Steve Austin and written and designed by Shauna Austin.
Pamela made her motion picture debut in 1983 when legendary director Frances Ford Coppola went to Oklahoma to shoot the hit film “Rumblefish”. Co-starring Matt Dillon, Vincent Spano and Mickey Rourke. He auditioned the locals for the other roles and she was hired. Encouraged by professionals about her abilities, she decided to relocate to Los Angeles. To make an income and to continue her education while pursuing her career. Pamela worked as a page on several popular hit series. After a year in California she moved to New York to pursue her 1st love, the theatre. Immediately she signed with the Ford Petite Modeling Agency and shortly thereafter became one of the top petite models in the Big Apple, and before long adorned the Cearlier mentioneds of magazines. she co-starred off-Broadway in “Crimes of the coronary heart” and continued to study and act in carious plays for the next two years. Comedy became one of Pamela’s foundations, she worked with Joe Piscopo for over two years which included: action, concert and night club appearances, television specials and guest appearances on the major talk show. She was polishing her craft as Piscopo’s side kick. Then she landed a special with George Burns on her own. With Burns, Pamela learned several tricks of the trade and fine-tuned her timing.
Returning to Los Angeles, she accomplished becoming a working actress, Guest starring on several TV shows, specials, MOW’s, including “George Burns Comedy Show” (1985), “Cheers”, “The Young and the Restless” (1973), “Fall Guy” (1986), “Superboy” (1989), “Joe Piscopc New Jersey Special”, “True Confessions”, “T.J. Hooker” (1985), “Knight Rider” (1985), etc. She starred in several plays, including “Dora”, “I Remember Mama”, “Lilion”, to name a few. Pamela co-starred in the motion picture “The Appointment” (1985) and “Men’s Club.” Hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma, she is the middle child of three sisters. Her mother and stepfather were ideal role models and unique parents; they raised 37 foster children throughout the years. Actually Pamela’s performing debut occurred at age nine, when she sang “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head” and realized that she loved the stage. Pamela completed two years as an engineering major at Northeastern Oklahoma Junior College and she is an accredited lifeguard, an avid diver (certified scuba diver), skier as well as a top marksman.
Pamela is a working actress/producer …also being … a mother of (two daughters) … as well as president of her own production company.
|Date of Birth||16 October 1963|
|Place of Birth||Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA|