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Pam Veasey

Pam Veasey was born on May 25, 1962 in Pullman, Washington, USA as Pamela Renea Veasey. She is a producer and writer, known for CSI: NY (2004), In Living Color (1990) and The District (2000). She is married to Marvin Williams. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

CSI: NY
CSI: NY Producer
(2004-2013)
In Living Color
In Living Color Producer
(1990-2006)
The District
The District Producer
(2000-2004)
CSI: Cyber
CSI: Cyber Producer
(2015-2016)

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 2015-2016 CSI: Cyber (TV Series) (executive producer - 31 episodes)
- Legacy (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Flash Squad (2016) ... (executive producer)
- 5 Deadly Sins (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Python's Revenge (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Fit-and-Run (2016) ... (executive producer)
 2013-2014 The Tomorrow People (TV Series) (consulting producer - 14 episodes)
- Son of Man (2014) ... (consulting producer)
- Kill Switch (2014) ... (consulting producer)
- Endgame (2014) ... (consulting producer)
- Superhero (2014) ... (consulting producer)
- Enemy of My Enemy (2014) ... (consulting producer)
  CSI: NY (TV Series) (executive producer - 162 episodes, 2005 - 2013) (co-executive producer - 33 episodes, 2004 - 2013)
- Today Is Life (2013) ... (executive producer)
- Blood Actually (2013) ... (co-executive producer)
- Seth and Apep (2013) ... (co-executive producer)
- White Gold (2013) ... (co-executive producer)
- Nine Thirteen (2013) ... (executive producer)
 2011-2012 Ringer (TV Series) (executive producer - 17 episodes)
- What We Have Is Worth the Pain (2012) ... (executive producer)
- You're Way Too Pretty to Go to Jail (2012) ... (executive producer)
- P.S. You're an Idiot (2012) ... (executive producer)
- Whores Don't Make That Much (2012) ... (executive producer)
- It's Easy to Cry When This Much Cash is Involved (2012) ... (executive producer)
  In Living Color (TV Series) (executive producer - 51 episodes, 1993 - 2006) (co-producer - 14 episodes, 1992 - 1993)
- Duke's Movie Audition (2006) ... (executive producer)
- Best of Show (2001) ... (executive producer)
- Episode dated 17 March 2000 (2000) ... (executive producer)
- Candy Cane's Last Show (1994) ... (executive producer)
- Episode dated 28 April 1994 (1994) ... (executive producer)
  The District (TV Series) (executive producer - 44 episodes, 2002 - 2004) (co-executive producer - 22 episodes, 2001 - 2002) (supervising producer - 22 episodes, 2000 - 2001)
- Something Borrowed, Something Bruised (2004) ... (executive producer)
- Open Season (2004) ... (executive producer)
- Ten Thirty-Three (2004) ... (executive producer)
- Passing Time (2004) ... (executive producer)
- The Black Widow Maker (2004) ... (executive producer)
 2000-2001 Rude Awakening (TV Series) (consulting producer - 15 episodes)
- Ode to Billie and Joe (2001) ... (consulting producer)
- Throw Mama from the Apartment (2001) ... (consulting producer)
- Telltale Heart (2000) ... (consulting producer)
- All's Well That Amends Well (2000) ... (consulting producer)
- Three Men and a Womb (2000) ... (consulting producer)
 1999-2000 Get Real (TV Series) (producer - 22 episodes)
- History Lessons (2000) ... (producer)
- Support System (2000) ... (producer)
- Guilt (2000) ... (producer)
- The Distance (2000) ... (producer)
- Saved (2000) ... (producer)
 1998-1999 Martial Law (TV Series) (producer - 22 episodes)
- End Game (1999) ... (producer)
- Requiem (1999) ... (producer)
- Red Storm (1999) ... (producer)
- Nitro Man (1999) ... (producer)
- Big Trouble (1999) ... (producer)
 1997-1999 Between Brothers (TV Series) (executive producer - 17 episodes)
- Fire Walk (1999) ... (executive producer)
- Spring Time (1999) ... (executive producer)
- Fantasy Camp/Home Boyz of Summer (1999) ... (executive producer)
- Let It Ride (1999) ... (executive producer)
- Road Rules (1998) ... (executive producer)
 1997-1998 The Gregory Hines Show (TV Series) (consulting producer - 21 episodes)
- Mug the One You're With (1998) ... (consulting producer)
- Wahunthra (1998) ... (consulting producer)
- Per Chance to Dance (1998) ... (consulting producer)
- Carpe Diem (1998) ... (consulting producer)
- James Stevenson Stands Alone (1998) ... (consulting producer)
 1996 Educating Matt Waters (TV Movie) (producer)
 1995-1996 Can't Hurry Love (TV Series) (consulting producer - 18 episodes)
- The Elizabeth Taylor Episode (1996) ... (consulting producer)
- I Never Cooked for My Father (1996) ... (consulting producer)
- Valentine's Day Massacred (1996) ... (consulting producer)
- Between the Lines (1996) ... (consulting producer)
- The Boss (1996) ... (consulting producer)
 1996 Matt Waters (TV Series) (producer)
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Trivia:

Her big break as a writer came while working as a receptionist on Gimme a Break! (1981). After submitting a spec script to the show's producers, she was released from her job as a receptionist and hired as a writer on the show.

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