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Pamela Brull

Pamela Brull

Pamela Susan Brull (born August 25, 1953 in Monterey Park, California[1]), sometimes credited as Pam Brull, is an American actress.

Pamela Brull
Pamela Susan Brull

(1953-08-25) August 25, 1953
Other namesPam Brull
Years active1976-1997


Brull starred on Broadway (1990) in the original production of Rupert Holmes' Accomplice as the character 'Harley'. She also performed the role at the Pasadena Playhouse where the play made its debut (1989). Brull was featured in the pilot of Seinfeld (1989).

Brull is a member of the Los Angeles based theatre company, INTERACT.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Secret Empire Maya Series Regular, 10 episodes
1980 Angie Laurie 1 episode
1980 Tenspeed and Brown Shoe Michelle 1 episode
1981 Three's Company April 1 episode
1982 Knots Landing Miss Wink 1 episode
1982 Falcon Crest Brenda 1 episode
1983 Good-bye, Cruel World Alice Feature Film
1982-1983 T. J. Hooker Sherry 3 episodes
1984 Matt Houston Rachel Durbinstratch 1 episode
1984 The Philadelphia Experiment Doris Feature Film
1984 Scarecrow and Mrs. King Peggy Marlowe 1 episode
1984-1985 Off the Rack Brenda Patagorski Series Regular, 7 episodes
1985 Hunter Bonnie Taylor 1 episode
1985 The Love Boat Linda Hershel 1 episode
1988 CBS Summer Playhouse Marcy Mansfield 1 episode
1988 Just the Ten of Us Dr. Costanza 1 episode
1988 Days of Our Lives Ellen Hawk TV series
1989 Off Duty Pilot
1987-1989 Growing Pains Thelma 6 episodes
1989 Seinfeld Laura Pilot, 1 episode
1990 Molloy Lynn Martin Series Regular, 8 episodes
1990 The Guardian Gail Krasno Feature Film
1991 They Came From Outer Space Nurse Crockett 1 episode
1991 True Colors Mrs. Fairchild 1 episode
1991 Matlock Amanda Dobbs 1 episode
1993 Home Free Susan 1 episode
1993 Silent Cries Jane Kowolski T.V. movie
1993 Saved by the Bell: The New Class Gwen Barrett 1 episode
1995 Stuart Saves His Family Feature Film
1995 The Home Court Candee 1 episode
1996 The Bachelor's Baby T.V. Movie
1996 The Pretender Kitty Morgan 1 episode


  1. Birth reference at Days of Our Lives (
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-02-18. Retrieved 2013-01-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Pamela Brull HTML at INTERACT L.A.
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