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Written by Written by Joe Sherlock   
Aug 13, 2005 at 02:00 AM
DG: How did you first get interested in acting?

Pamela: I evolved into acting after pursuing many different jobs in the performing arts. You struggle to make a living at what you love to do and try many different avenues and see where it takes you. Eventually I just fell into the "Horror Genre", "Scream Queen" circuit.

DG: What was your first movie role?

Pamela: In an independent student film shot in NYC.

DG: You've worked on a lot of W.A.V.E. productions - how did you first get involved in them?

Pamela: I auditioned as I did for many things back then. I never thought I would end up working with Wave for so long, but since I always lived on "freelance jobs" , it always fit into my schedule. It also gave me the freedom to develop characters and add to the story outline on the spot.

DG: Do you have a favorite W.A.V.E. movie?

Pamela: Oh God, you know they're just all so good, hmmm, how could I even narrow it down.

DG: Was The Gosh-Darned Mortgage the first production that your own company, Siren Tales, produced?

Pamela: No, Kidnapped and Chloroformed Again was the first movie. That was a sequel to a popular Wave movie. I think it has some good moments. The Gosh-Darned Mortgage was my second feature. I'm proud of it and it received many good reviews.

DG: You have done a few specialty videos through Siren Tales that are aimed at cat owners - can you tell us about those?

Pamela: "Catastrophy" started out as a project I was just messing with. I made a 5 minute short and everyone liked it. So I went all out and created "Catastrophy". Talent was easy to cast because it mainly consisted of three cats. And they just all happened to be right there in the house.

DG: What are you working on now and what might we look for in the near future?

Pamela: I'm working on my most elaborate production to date, "Transformed" It's a comedic sci-fi, martial arts, sexy women, Transformation, body swap type of movie. Lots of effort is put into every aspect of this movie and I hope to get a distribution deal with this. Also another Siren Tales 40 minute short should be released this Summer called "Project Gamma Ray" It stars two very voluptuous women, Scream Queens Zoe Hunter and Rebecca Anderson. This has a sci-fi sexy women in Peril type of scenario, where the women end up on the other side of the earth when an experiment goes bad. Unfortunately, or fortunately, they're transported at an inconvienent time with very little attire. This is completely out of character for them and they just have to deal with it.

Also, Swamp Zombies, with Killerwolffilms.com is very soon to be released. I star as the principal "Damsel in Distress" role along with pro-wrestlers Blue Meanie, Dan Severn and X adult Actress Jasmin St. Claire. This movie will definitely get distribution and I think has great potential in the Horror market.

DG: Anything else you'd like to add?

Pamela: Just check out www.Sirentales.com and www.killerwolffilms.com if your looking for some fun new indies. We're working as hard as we can to keep them coming for your enjoyment.


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