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Overview (3)

Born in Tennessee, USA
Nickname Pason
Height 5' 1" (1.55 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Tennessee-born Pason has been a performer since age three. She began acting in 1998, graduated from Chattanooga High School of Performing Arts and attended Columbia College-Chicago as a Theater/Dance major. She trained with Cirque Du Soleil, then became an international headliner as a dancer/aerialist. During a performance Big Sky Motion Pictures offered her a role in Spring Break '83. She came off tour as a dancer/aerialist on Dec. 19th, 2010, and transitioned into acting.

She was nominated as Best Supporting Actress in a feature film (Bloody Wedding (2011)) at the Fantastic Horror Film Festival '14. She has done motion capture and, performance capture intensive workshop with 'Tom Keegan' and has made appearances in several films, on television, done commercials, voice-over work, performed in music videos, done ADR work, and has been in over 100 magazines. In addition, she has posed for three bronze sculptures by sculptor Andrew Cawrse. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art had a five-foot photo of her on display, and the New York Times published an article about the photo, calling it the "Essence of Power".

Since 2000 Pason has studied privately with Amy Lyndon, and has also studied at the Aaron Speiser Acting Studio with Aaron Speiser. She can be seen performing in an underwater ballet in the film Absolute Madness.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: A. Nonymous

Spouse (1)

Kris Slater (29 April 2001 - 2004) (divorced)

Trade Mark (1)

Long strawberry blond hair

Trivia (1)

She is the only daughter out of 5 children, next to the youngest, from her mom. She is one of 7 children, in the middle, from her dad.

Personal Quotes (4)

The past isn't what makes you. Its the lessons you learn from your past & the decisions you make based off those lessons in that present moment. One reason I love the human body is because we are never truly the same. From second to second we are forever changing. What we eat, drink, environment, experiences, thoughts, etc... Without change, there would be no growth, no progression, no life.
Treat everyone as human beings. Have respect for yourself, others, and children. You never know who's life you will influence.
Never look back. Always live in the present moment & be grateful for the moments we have with faith there's a future.
Life hasn't been easy but staying stagnant to me seems harder like death without a release.

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