Pam Veasey

Pam Veasey

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Birthday: May 25, 1962

Birthplace: Pullman, Washington, USA

Determination and talent is what got Pam Veasey from being a production office receptionist to eventually becoming a respected television executive producer/show runner. Tthe Washington State native broke into the industry while working as a secretary for the 1981 sitcom "Gimme a Break!," where she submitted a spec script to one of the show's producers, who promptly added her to the writing staff during the mid-1980s. Veasey transitioned from sitcoms to sketch comedy when she was brought aboard Fox's "In Living Color," where she went from being an Emmy-nominated writer to eventually being promoted to executive producer status in 1993. After working as a writer and/or consulting producer on "Nash Bridges," "The Gregory Hines Show," and "Martial Law," Veasey found her niche in the world of hour-long episodic dramas. She worked on the 2000 CBS police series "The District" as a writer and executive producer. After the " The District " ended in 2004 she landed in the same roles on the police procedural drama "CSI: NY" in 2005.

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No Score Yet 71% L.A.'s Finest Executive Producer,
Writer
2019-2020
34% 36% CSI: Cyber Executive Producer,
Writer
2015-2016
45% 74% The Tomorrow People Writer 2013
No Score Yet 84% CSI: New York Director,
Writer
2004-2013
49% 81% Ringer Executive Producer,
Writer
2011-2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet The District Executive Producer,
Director,
Writer
2000-2004
No Score Yet No Score Yet Martial Law Writer 1998-1999
33% No Score Yet Between Brothers Executive Producer 1997-1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Nash Bridges Writer 1997
38% No Score Yet Can't Hurry Love Writer 1996
No Score Yet No Score Yet In Living Color Executive Producer 1992-1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet Gimme a Break Writer 1986-1987

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