Pamela Clay’s career as a singer/actor began on stage at age five, and since includes film, television and radio. A world traveler and Army brat, Pamela’s appeared at Washington DC’s John F. Kennedy Center and Los Angeles’ John Anson Ford Amphitheatre and Wilshire-Ebell Theatre, and on-screen opposite Tommy Lee Jones. Fluent in French, she lived in Paris and Bordeaux, France many years, and performed her self-penned one-woman show, “Toujours l’Amour!” (forever love!) to sold-out crowds at such venues as the Catalina Jazz Club and M Bar Hollywood, and “Edith Piaf and More!” at the Longbeach Crawfish Festival and the House of Blues in Los Angeles. In addition to her work as an actress, Ms. Clay is often hired as a solo singer for special events, sings lead with Hollywood-based, all-original New Orleans-flavored rock band CATAHOULA (RedQueenMusic.com), and as a writer created one-woman shows, adapted songs into French and soon, children’s books. Some of her French songwriting and recording contributions can be heard at SongJunkies.com in “EuroMemoirs”. To learn more about Pamela Clay, please visit her website at PamelaClay.com
"The Queen Mum" on a live radio show.
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