Pamela Perrine is an American actor, director and screenwriter. Born in New Mexico and raised in Georgia, she knew at a young age she wanted to change the world one scene at a time. She made her writing and directorial debut in 2018, with the award-winning, heartwarming southern story, Angels in Rocket Field, starring Michael Abbott Jr. (Mud, The Death of Dick Long). The short film, was produced by her company, The Hawk Swoops Productions, and shot on location in Georgia. A proud member of SAG-AFTRA for over 20 years, Pamela has been in many TV shows, and films. You can see her recurring as "Dr. Powell", in season one of Tyler Perry's, highly anticipated new series, The OVAL. A strong supporter of the film community, she sits on the Atlanta Local SAG-AFTRA IndyOutreach Committee, and is a member of Alliance of Women Directors. Coming up, The Journeyman, which she also wrote and directed. The film stars Jay Mohr (Jerry Macguire, Go), and features an unreleased song by Moby and Skylar Grey. Whether behind the camera or on screen, Pamela hopes to parlay her messages into those that make an impact and inspire change.