Pamela made her debut on television in 1978 in the TV series The Andros Targets.
In 2001, Pamela was nominated for a Blockbuster Entertainment Award as the Best Supporting Actress in Proof of Life.
Pamela's husband, Sandy Smolan, directed her in the 1987 feature film Rachel River.
As a child, Pamela wanted to be a flight attendant.
Pamela used to work as a cook on the Alaska Pipeline.
Some movies that Pamela has been in include: The Long Riders, Young Doctors in Love, The Goodbye People, Rachel River, Cadillac Man, Kindergarten Cop, Proof of Life, Deadly Whispers, Bean and Life of the Party.
Pamela has earned an Obie award for sustained excellence in performance in theater.
Pamela received a Drama Desk Award for the off-Broadway play Getting Out.
Pamela won a Cable Ace Award as Best Actress in the 1988 HBO series Tanner '88.
Pamela earned her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Washington.
Pamela has helped fundraise money for a local fire station.
In 1999, Pamela had hip surgery.
Both of Pamela and Sandy's children; Reed and Lilly are adopted.
As of 2007, Pamela and her family lives in Hancock Park, California.
Pamela's engagement ring was replaced after getting stolen at a movie set.
In 2001, Pamela had a fire in her basement.
Pamela married Sandy Smolan, who is also an actor, in 1988 and have two children.
Pamela Reed: In twenty years of being in Hollywood, this is what I've learned; if I want my hair to look good, I bend over and brush it, then I leave my house.