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Born in Dallas, Texas, USA

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Pam has been acclaimed for her work as Violet Weston in the Pulitzer Prize winner August: Osage County at Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre and Water Tower Theatre (winning the 2013 Column Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role). She also received critical praise for her work as bawdy lounge singer Jeannette in The Full Monty and as Big Edie in Grey Gardens, both at WaterTower Theatre in Addison. She traveled to Virginia's Barter Theatre last summer to appear in Good Ol' Girls, and appeared again at Water Tower Theatre this fall in Hank Williams: Lost Highway.

Pam also works frequently in film, television and radio. Upcoming (2014 releases) movie roles include a crazy evangelist lady in the remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown, with Ed Hermann and Veronica Cartwright. She was also featured in Finding Normal, with Candace Cameron Bure. On TV last season she appeared as Judge Martha Cotter in The Lying Game (ABC Family), and as Judge Barbara Hirsch in Dallas (TNT). In recent seasons she has been featured in "Something's Amish" on In Plain Sight (USA Network), as a dirty-talking grandma who knits. She was also seen as Principal Weston in the pilot episode of NBC's Chase, and Judge Fogle in NBC's The Deep End (directed by Adam Arkin). Other film work includes roles in Dr. T and the Women (with Richard Gere, directed by Robert Altman), Walking Tall II (with Kevin Sorbo), A Woman of Independent Means (with Sally Field) and more. She has voiced numerous political radio spots for gubernatorial, senate and congressional races across the U.S., and frequently voices characters in the anime, animation and video game industry.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Pam Dougherty

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