Pamela Adlon


Pamela Adlon’s diverse career spans the gamut of film and television projects and includes an Emmy Award for “Outstanding Voice-Over Performance” for her work as awkward middle schooler ‘Bobby Hill’ on the hit animated series “King of the Hill.” In addition to recently shooting the seventh season of “Californication,” she is currently voicing the role of ‘Vidia’ in the “Tinker Bell” movies. She starred opposite Louis C.K. on the comedy series “Lucky Louie.” Adlon has had recurring and guest starring roles on “Boston Legal,” “The Wedding Bells,” “Head Case,” “Monk,” “Star Trek:TNG;” and the Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney series “Unscripted.”

Adlon has been acting since age 12, making her film debut in “Grease 2″ with Michelle Pfeiffer. Additional feature credits include “Say Anything…,” “Bed of Roses,” “Sgt. Bilko,” “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane,” “Eat Your Heart Out,” “Plump Fiction” and “Some Girl.” Adlon’s extensive voice work includes the animated features “The Animatrix,” “Vampire Hunter D,” “Kiki’s Delivery Service,” “Recess: School’s Out,” “Trumpet of the Swan” and “Brother Bear” and numerous animated children’s television shows including “Squirrel Boy,” “Jakers!,” “The Adventures of Piggley Winks,” “Recess,” “All Grown Up,” “Pepper Ann,” “Wild Thornberries,” “Zevo 3,” “Pound Puppies” and “101 Dalmatians: The Series,” as well as adult animated series “The Oblongs,” “The Drinky Crow Show” and “MWA.”

Pamela has a recurring role in “Louie,” the new series on FX re-uniting her with Louis CK.  She also serves as Consulting Producer on the show, which has been a critical success including a WGA award and an Emmy Nomination.

PERFORMANCE INFO:

Celebrity Autobiography: The Music Edition
Saturday, February 8th, 4pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS
Saturday, February 8th, 7pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS

Upright Citizens Brigade ASSSSCAT Improv
Saturday, February 8th, 10pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre SOLD OUT 

Stripped Down Shorts: One-Acts by Eugene Pack
Sunday, February 9th, 1pm, The Eureka Theatre BUY TICKETS