Meet Pamela Sue Martin

March 25, 2011 4:46:10 AM PDT
Actress Pamela Sue Martin is in the Chicago area for two events- in Woodridge and Rosemont- this weekend.

Martin and co-stars Ernest Borgnine, Stella Stevens and Carol Lynley will host the big screen presentation of "The Poseidon Adventure" at 7 and 8 p.m. on March 25 at Hollywood Blvd Cinema, 1001 West 75 th Street in Woodridge, Ill. Tickets are available at .

On Saturday and Sunday, March 26 and 27, Martin will appear at the Hollywood Celebrities Show at Hilton O'Hare Rosemont, 5550 N River Rd. Tickets are available at .

(BIO) Pamela Sue Martin (artistic director-Interplanetary Theater Group) star of televisions' Dynasty and Nancy Drew Mysteries has more recently put her focus on theater and writing. In July of 2005 she directed Drawerboy for The New Theater Company of Sun Valley, Idaho. In June of 2002 she directed the regional premier of Proof also for NTC. In January of 2001, she directed a sold out production for The Interplanetary Theater Group of the play Wild Guys by Wreggitt and Shaw also in Sun Valley and Three Viewings by Jeffery Hatcher, for The New Theater Company. Most recently, she directed This Is Our Youth, by Kenneth Lonergin.

As an actress she appeared as Beth in Donald Margulies' Pulitzer prize winning play Dinner With Friends at the Ensemble Theater of Cincinnati, Ohio in 2001. In Sun Valley she has appeared opposite OBIE award winning actor Bill Raymond in a production of Sam Shephard's Seduced, starred in Steven Dietz's Private Eyes and numerous play readings.

Before this she became a familiar face to millions of Americans on the extremely popular show Dynasty, and as Nancy Drew in The Nancy Drew Mysteries.

Born in Westport, Connecticut she entered into show business as a model at age sixteen and she quickly became established as a film actress starring in the Columbia motion picture To Find A Man and subsequently starring in The Poseidon Adventure with Gene Hackman. Along the way she starred in numerous films including Our Time, The Lady in Red, Buster and Billy, and Torchlight, which she also wrote and produced. She also starred in several Movies of the Week and network miniseries including Alfred Hitchcock's Anniversary Gift, Arthur Hailey's Strong Medicine and The Saint for the BBC.

Above all she enjoys comedy, has hosted Saturday Night Live, and recently appeared on That 70's Show.

She has a "WELLNESS" project in development and has been a guest speaker at such events as THE CONSCIOUS LIVING EXPO in Los Angeles, in 2003 and THE WELLNESS FESTIVAL in Sun Valley, 2004.

She has presently written her autobiography THE SPIRIT OF THE MATTER.

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