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Pamela Donnelly grew up near Washington, D.C. in Manassas, Virginia and was a model in Milan and New York City before becoming an actress. She was discovered by David Guc, her first acting agent, in 1982 and was quickly hired into a succession of popular roles on daytime television, culminating with All My Children (1970) in 1987. She worked as Feature Editor for Hit Parader Magazine from 1989-1992 and combined her affinity for classic rock music and writing in traveling all over the world to interview and write about bands including Van Halen, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Def Leppard. Read more... appeared as an actress in several music videos, including KISS. After her 1993 divorce from Tommy Shaw, guitarist for the rock band Styx, she went back to college and graduated Summa Cum Laude from NYC's Columbia University with a concentration in dramatic literature. She relocated back to the D.C. area in the late 90s where she wrote a series of successfully produced plays and musicals, including "An American Song" (musical), "The Angel Sings at Midnight" (musical), and "Open Me Carefully" (drama). Pamela has appeared in numerous national and international commercials, industrials, voice-overs, films and television shows. She relocated to Los Angeles in summer 2007 in order to fully explore the post-ingénue life in film and television. Once again, David Guc - now of Vanguard Management - will be at the helm managing her career, 25 years after their first collaboration.