Pamela Guest

Actress, Casting Director, Producer

Actress, Casting Director, Producer


Pamela Guest was born on August 5, 1950 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA as Pamela Ann Seamon. She is an actress and casting director, known for Blue Velvet (1986), Married (2014) and Nuts (1987). She has been married to Nicholas Guest since November 26, 1989. They have one child. She was previously married to Thomas John Rack.
Birth date
1950-08-05
Awards
10 wins & 18 nominations.

Known For


Blue Velvet
Blue Velvet
Casting Director (1986)
Married
Married
Teacher / Therapist (2014)
Nuts
Nuts
Lawyer #1 (1987)
Patty Hearst
Patty Hearst
Casting Director (1988)
 

Activities


RoleTitleYear
ActressGuest Appearances
(TV Mini-Series) Stella - Lydia Makes a Decision (2020) ... Stella - Lydia Dates Again (2020) ... Stella - Lydia Gets Her Allergy Shot (2020) ... Stella - Lydia Fights a Virus (2020) ... Stella - Lydia Has a Friend (2017) ... Stella Show all 9 episodes
2017-2020
ActressCharity
(Short) Margaret Porter
2018/IV
ActressCleopatra Backstage
Elyse / Cleopatra
2015
ActressFriends
(Short) Margaret Porter
2014/III
ActressMarried
(TV Series) Therapist / Teacher - The Playdate (2014) ... Therapist / Teacher
2014
ActressThe M Word
Justine
2014
ActressSmokin'
(Short) Judy
2013
ActressHalfway Somewhere Else
(Short) Raye
2013
ActressThe Last War Crime
Karen Hughes
2012
ActressJust Friends?
(Short) Helen
2011
ActressThe Chosen One
Bird Lady
2010
ActressCalifornication
(TV Series) Lady Real Estate - Zoso (2009) ... Lady Real Estate
2009
ActressLife
(TV Series) Armstrong's Mother - Find Your Happy Place (2008) ... Armstrong's Mother
2008
ActressPashittu
(Short) Mrs. Rivas
2007
ActressER
(TV Series) Maria Fredriksson - Rampage (2001) ... Maria Fredriksson
2001
ActressTake Me Home: The John Denver Story
(TV Movie) On-air Co-host with Hugh Hewitt (uncredited)
2000
ActressOutlaws: The Legend of O.B. Taggart
Landlady (as Pamela Rack)
1995
ActressPolice Academy: Mission to Moscow
Anchor Person
1994
ActressWind Dancer
Nicole Annaud
1993
ActressThe Assassin
Mrs. Berkeley (as Pamela Seamone)
1990
ActressDeadly Intent
(Video) Nadine Weston (as Pamela Seamone)
1988
ActressNuts
Lawyer #1 (as Pamela Seamon)
1987
ActressWhite of the Eye
Caryanne (as Pamela Seamon)
1987
ActressAmazing Stories
(TV Series) Ms. Harris / Assistant Director - One for the Books (1986) ... Ms. Harris (as Pamela Seamon) - Mummy Daddy (1985) ... Assistant Director (as Pamela Seamon)
1985-1986
ActressDown and Out in Beverly Hills
Policewoman (uncredited)
1986
ActressAirplane II: The Sequel
Woman with Baby (as Pamela Ann Rack)
1982
ActressGridlock
(TV Movie) Pam
1980
ActressPrime Time
Mrs. Dorset (as Pam Seamon)
1977
ActressI Never Promised You a Rose Garden
Student Nurse (as Pamela Seamon)
1977
ActressMary Hartman, Mary Hartman
(TV Series) 3rd Tourist - Episode #2.95 (1977) ... 3rd Tourist (credit only) - Episode #2.92 (1977) ... 3rd Tourist (uncredited)
1977
ActressThe Last Tycoon
Stahr's Secretary (uncredited)
1976
RoleTitleYear
Casting directorTitans of Newark
(Short)
2012
Casting directorThe Chosen One2010
Casting directorMorella
(as Pamela Rack)
1999
Casting directorHeaven or Vegas
(as Pamela Rack Guest)
1998
Casting directorMen
(as Pamela Rack)
1997
Casting directorRunning out II - Der Countdown läuft weiter
(as Pam Rack)
1996
Casting directorKuss des Todes
(Video) (as Pamela Rack-Guest)
1995
Casting directorWild Side
(as Pamela Rack)
1995
Casting directorOf Love and Shadows
(as Pamela Rack)
1994
Casting directorBreaking the Rules
(as Pam Rack)
1992
Casting directorGrand Tour: Disaster in Time
(as Pamela Rack)
1991
Casting directorDiving In
(as Pam Rack)
1990
Casting directorA Show of Force
(casting by)
1990
Casting directorWaiting for the Light
(as Pamela Rack)
1990
Casting directorThe Assassin
(as Pamela Rack, casting by)
1990
Casting directorBlood Red
(as Pam Rack)
1989
Casting director1969
(as Pamela Rack)
1988
Casting directorPatty Hearst
(as Pamela Rack)
1988
Casting directorStormy Monday
(as Pamela Rack)
1988
Casting directorCop
(as Pam Rack)
1988
Casting directorTeen Wolf Too
(as Pamela Rack)
1987
Casting directorDistortions
(as Pam Rack)
1987
Casting directorWired to Kill
(as Pamela Rack)
1986
Casting directorBlue Velvet1986
RoleTitleYear
ProducerGuest Appearances
(TV Mini-Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes) - Lydia Has a Friend (2017) ... (executive producer) - Lydia Might Be a Lesbian (2017) ... (executive producer) - Lydia Does New York (2017) ... (executive producer) - Lydia Goes to a Party (2017) ... (executive producer) - Lydia and the Underwear (2017) ... (executive producer) Show all 6 episodes
2017
ProducerThe First of Many
(Short) (producer)
2017
RoleTitleYear
Casting departmentThe Bad Pack
(casting consultant - as Pamela Rack)
1997
Casting departmentWild Orchid
(additional casting - as Pamela Rack)
1989
Casting departmentBig Trouble in Little China
(casting associate - as Pamela Rack)
1986
Casting departmentThe Bride
(casting assistant)
1985
Casting departmentAlamo Bay
(casting assistant - uncredited)
1985
Casting departmentThe Natural
(casting assistant)
1984
RoleTitleYear
Additional CrewBad Girls
(Short) (acting coach)
2014
Additional CrewDuvid
(Short) (acting coach)
2012
Additional CrewCamp Chapel
(Short) (acting coach)
2010
Additional CrewMargaret & Izzey
(Short) (acting coach)
2010
RoleTitleYear
DirectorThe First of Many
(Short)
2017
RoleTitleYear
WriterThe First of Many
(Short)
2017
RoleTitleYear
Editorial departmentCan She Bake a Cherry Pie?
(editorial consultant - as Pam Rack)
1983
RoleTitleYear
ThanksThru Traffic
(Short) (the producers wish to thank: acting coach)
2014
ThanksCamp Chapel
(Short) (special thanks)
2010
RoleTitleYear
SelfThe Hollywood Moment at Home Edition 2020-
(TV Series) Self - S1 E11 BJ Korros/Ed Asner Celebrating 91 Years (2020) ... Self
2020
SelfRAINN Public Service Announcements
(TV Series documentary) Self - #WontStayQuiet (2019) ... Self
2019
SelfPeter, Paul, and Mary: Carry It on - A Musical Legacy
(TV Movie documentary) On-air Co-host with Nicholas Guest
2004
SelfAlone in the Wilderness
(TV Movie documentary) On-air Co-host with Nicholas Guest
2004