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Her talents stand on their own in her role on ABC's hit series "Coach." As women's basketball coach,' Judy Watkins,' Pam conveys a tough competitiveness, softened by an underlying femininity, in her ongoing feud with Craig T. Nelson's Coach Hayden.
Pam Stone was nominated five years in a row in 1988- 1992 as Best Female Stand-up Comic at the American Comedy Awards. Although honored by the consistent acknowledgment of her peers, she quips, "I'd like to win the thing once." Whether she wins this year or not, Pam has come a long way from her days as an amateur in the comedy clubs of her native Atlanta.
Making her mark early in the renowned comedy clubs of L.A., Pam has since worked steadily, even as her style has changed and evolved. Inspired by the elite comic community of Los Angeles, Pam was encouraged to develop her humor from the self-deprecating jokes of the tall skinny girl who felt like a "geek" in high school, to more contemporary material reflecting her personal observations.
Today, her comedy remains a sophisticated blend of insights and satire; delivering punch lines with a twist. "Men and women have always had problems relating. As children, men were told: 'Be a man. Don't cry!' and women were told: 'Let it out! Cry - you'll feel better!' And that's why, as adults, women become very emotional and men become...snipers!"
Her ability to present situations that we can all relate to which she "cartoons out of proportion" has made her a favorite of critics and audiences. She has appeared on numerous television shows, including "The Tonight Show Starring Jay Leno, "Entertainment Tonight," "Joan River's Show," "Comic Strip Live: Prime Time, "Sunday Comics," "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "The Home Show" and the NBC special "Bob Hope and Other Young Comedians." The response to her appearance on "Showtime's Comedy All-Stars" was so positive that it lead to a Showtime Special in 1991 spotlighting Pam and Thea Vidall entitled "A Pair of Jokers.
Today, Pam continues to headline at venues across the country and hopes her stint on "Coach" will open the door to other acting projects. With her kind of talent and forgive the expression, Pam, "grit," it looks like she not only knows how to train a winner, but how to be one.