PAMELA JAYNE MORGAN
ACTOR | SAG • AFTRA | NYC | BOSTON | ATLANTA | L.A.
Booked a lead role in the feature film, "Goodbye, Honey." Production begins this fall.
Cast in a lead role in the pilot for an indie series that shoots in the fall in NYC.
The short film, "Stormchaser," in which she has a supporting role, wrapped in July and is now in post-production.
Shot two episodes of Season 2 (and two more to go) of the web series, "Over Easy Courthouse Cafe."
Had a blast shooting a webisode of "Next Great Hire."
Read all about Pam in the May 6th Lifestyle piece of The Fall River Herald News.
March 2018: Filmed the rom com short film "Meet the Author" in which I play publicist Marnie to Steve Blackwood's ("Days of Our Lives") author Marvin. His popularity has waned so much that at his book signings the turnout is embarras-singly low. Very low. At one particular and peculiar book signing, there are exactly 2 fans: a bum and a very eccentric fan of Marvin’s who actually hates his book but is so eager to meet him…for mysterious reasons.
"The Manor" is the macabre tale of mental patient, Amy Hunter (Christina Robinson), and the horrific events that follow her release from psychiatrist, Dr. Tryvniak (Rachel True). I play Nurse Mandy Feliz to Christina Robinson's Amy. Mark your calendars for its May 15 Lionsgate Home Entertainment release (VOD, digital and DVD at WalMart stores) and read all about this "most horrific family reunion" at horrornews.net.
"Just Say Goodbye," a feature film about a boy who threatens suicide, and his best friend Sarah's attempt to save him, recently screened at the 16th Annual Boston International Film Festival where director Matt Walting won the Indie Spirit Best Director Award. I portray Phyllis, Sarah's mother. Recipient of the first annual Unify Against Bullying Grant, this film was also an Official Selection of the New Filmmakers New York Festival and received official acceptance into the Alexandria Film Festival and the Vero Beach Wine & Film Festival. Mark Ziobro at
TheMovieBuff.net says, “At the end of the day this is just a remarkable film.”
Released: "Spice," a hilarious short comedy about a married couple who, on the advice of their therapist, decide to spice things up in the bedroom by attempting to make a sex tape. Best Regional Comedy Short at the 2017 SENE Festival and Official Selection at the 2017 Boston Comedy and Sedona International Festivals, and the 2016 Shawna Shea Memorial Film Festival. Read why One Film Fan critic Kirk Fernwood claims "duo Blackwood and Morgan are just superb as the long-married couple."
February 2018: Shot the short "Wise Gals" in which I play Moretti, loyal gangster to her crew, led by Donna Maria, and mentor to up-and-coming Sophia. This film takes audiences on an immersive journey into a 1980s underground in which women rule organized crime.
The short film, "unWILLing," which was produced as part of a Short Film Challenge in 2017, brings three women together, in various stages of life, in an unexpected way. I play Daphne, the by-the-books corporate eagle, who has no time for either these women or this gathering. This laugh-out-loud and often poignant film screened at the 2018 SENE Fesitval in Providence, RI.
Cast as Petunia in Season 2 of the
Web Series "Over Easy Courthouse Cafe." Production concludes late fall 2018.
February 2018: More laurels for "The Girl in the Attic," a dramatic web series about five people who have similar dreams about a girl trapped in an attic. I play Dr. Roberta Carson (2017 Angel-wood Award for Outstanding Guest Actress). The series won Best Ensemble at the 2017 LAWebsfest Awards. Catch up on the series here.
"Eyes," a dramatic mini-series, features a retired detective with Alzheimer's who begins to second guess a suspect she and her partner put on death row when his execution is only days away. (Release Date: 2019) I play the partner, Detective Clarissa Bilson.
In the dramatic mockumentary mini-series "Code 13: Unreadable," I play the lead, Detective Lieutenant Margot Jenkins who leads a group of detectives working to save a kidnapped victim with just her audio to help them. Currently in post-production with a pilot release planned for Fall 2018.
"Pamela Morgan is one of the most accomplished dramatic actresses in the Greater Boston area. She dominated the stage in the Stockard Channing role in OTHER DESERT CITIES, she gave a spell-binding
performance in the Cherry Jones role in DOUBT, and showed her versatility as Velma Von Tussle in HAIRSPRAY."
Armand Marchand, Executive Producer
George Charbonneau, Artistic Director
New Bedford Festival Theatre
Pam is an inventive, courageous actor with a lot of guts and plenty of heart. She brings a contagious enthusiasm and adds immeasurably to any cast's esprit du corps. She's high wattage, and low maintenance and big fun.
Ed Shea, Artistic Director/CEO
2nd Story Theatre
HAIRSPRAY at New Bedford Festival Theatre, MA (Regional)
2012 New Engand Theatre Conference "Moss Hart Award"
Role: Velma Von Tussle a.k.a. Miss Baltimore Crabs
"Velma Von Tussle, the producer of the TV show, is played by Pamela Morgan as a first cousin to Cruella DeVil. Her delivery of ‘(The Legend of) Miss Baltimore Crabs’ is a hoot."
- Joanna McQuillan Weeks, SouthCoastToday.com
"Pamela is dynamite as the scheming mother who will stop at nothing to see her daughter attain the stardom that she never had. Her terrific singing voice shines in the sextet part of ‘Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now,' and in the tango song, ‘Miss Baltimore Crabs.’
- Tony Annicone, The Theater Mirror
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH at 2nd Story Theatre, RI (Professional)
"F. William Oakes and Pamela Morgan are very funny, each in their own way, as the badly mismatched, unhappily married couple, Gareth and Amy."
- Larry O’Brien, BroadwayWorld.com Rhode Island
"Minard and Morgan are especially engaging"
- Christopher Verleger, Edge Media Network
"…two of the funniest characters in the show that stand out…Pamela Morgan who plays the trampy neighbor, Amy, winning many laughs at her outrageous behavior and foul language."
- Tony Annicone, Little Rhody Entertainment Writer, Don Gillis’s Little Rhody Theater