PAMELA GAYE WALKER
"Fiona"



Pamela is a 25-year veteran of theater, television, and film.

She has spent most of her career in Chicago; however, she attended the University of Notre Dame and Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre Conservatory in New York. As a producer, Pam co-founded Walker Productions in Chicago, producing several Joseph Jefferson Award nominated shows. Off-Broadway, she co-produced Academy Award nominee John Logan's critically acclaimed Hauptmann at the Cherry Lane Theatre, taking the entire Chicago cast to New York. She was a founding member of The Cypress Group, presenting The Sea, and an evening of classical shorts collectively titled Together, Alone Together.

She also helped establish the Peninsula Players' fall season in Door County, Wisconsin, which is now in its 21st successful year. Pam founded Ghost Ranch Productions in 2001 when she was producer of the sold-out run of Alfred Stieglitz Loves O'Keeffe in Los Angeles, which was nominated for Best Production -- Artistic Director Achievement Awards -- Valley Theatre League. She just finished directing the half-hour short film Trifles, which is presently being submitted to film festivals.

You may visit Pamela's official website by using the following link:

www.pamelagayewalker.com