Comedian, actress and writer, Pam Stone, is best known for co-starring 7 seasons on the hit ABC sit-com, ‘Coach.’ Portraying Coach Judy Watkins, Pam returned to Universal Studios in 2015 to film the ‘Coach’ sequel pilot for NBC.

As a comedian, Pam won The American Comedy Award for ‘Best Female Stand-up,’ performed at The White House, and made dozens of television appearances on such shows as ‘The Tonight Show,’ ‘Oprah,’ ‘The Drew Carey Show,’ Fifty Years of Funny Females,’ ‘Comedy Central,’ ‘Joan Rivers,’ along with 3 Showtime Cable Specials.

Following a self-imposed vow to leave Hollywood before she turned 40, Pam followed her heart and her horses and moved south to a town of 2,000 in Upstate South Carolina where she accepted the offer to host her own radio show, ‘The Pam Stone Show,’ broadcasting on 107.9FM Charlotte, on the condition that she host the show from an outbuilding behind her barn, fondly now remembered as ‘The Unabomber Shack,’ for its lack of plumbing facilities. ‘The Pam Stone Show’ became nationally syndicated and ran for 5 years, garnering her 2 ‘Gracie Awards’ for outstanding comedy content by a female broadcaster.

Pam’s next endeavor was to begin writing a syndicated humor column for various regional newspapers, winning multiple SC Press Association Awards and in 2011 her first book, ‘I Love Me A Turkey Butt Samwich,’ was a compilation of these columns, beloved by her readers. Pam released her first novel, ‘Girls Like Her,’ in March 2017 to enthusiastic reviews from both critics and her readers.

Pam  continues to perform stand up comedy for corporate and charitable events only.

In her free time, Pam is an accomplished equestrienne, having earned her USDF bronze and silver medals competing, training and teaching in the equestrian discipline of dressage.