Pamela Reed

Pamela Reed


Pamela Reed was born on Apr 02, 1949 in USA. Pamela Reed's big-screen debut came with The Andros Targets - Season 1 directed by Edward H. Feldman in 1977. Pamela Reed is known for United States of Tara directed by Craig Zisk, Toni Collette stars as Tara Gregson and John Corbett as Max Gregson. Pamela Reed has got 1 awards and 1 nominations so far. The most recent award Pamela Reed achieved is CableACE Awards. The upcoming new movie Pamela Reed plays is The Long Dumb Road which will be released on Nov 16, 2018.

Reed began her on-screen acting career appearing as a cast regular on the CBS drama series The Andros Targets (1977), and with minor roles in the films Le gang des frères James (1980), and Melvin et Howard (1980). Shortly after, New York Times awarded her positive reviews for her work in the poorly received, yet entertaining film Le clan de la caverne des ours (1986); in the film, Reed is Iza, a formidable neanderthal woman who is descended from a line of renowned medicine women. Later, Robert Altman awarded Reed with a role in his HBO political mockumentary miniseries Tanner '88 (1988). Her performance as T.J Cavanaugh, a fictional presidential campaign manager, earned her an ACE Award for Actress in a Dramatic Series. It was in the box office smash Un flic à la maternelle (1990) that Reed received much-deserved exposure with the comedic role of Phoebe, Arnold Schwarzenegger's hypoglycemic police partner. Reed continues to appear in film and television projects; however is more often found on stage; a well-reputed stage actress, her performances have earned two Drama Desk Awards, Featured Actress - Play (1978, 1979), and an Obie Award, Sustained Excellence - Performance (1984).

  • Birthday

    Apr 02, 1949
  • Place of Birth

    Tacoma, Washington, USA
  • Also known


Known For


1 wins & 1 nominations

CableACE Awards
Actress in a Dramatic Series
Winner - ACE

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TV Shows