Pamela Norris

Pamela Norris in an American screenwriter and producer. She is best known for her work on the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live (1980–1984), and for co-writing the screenplay of the 1989 film Troop Beverly Hills.[1] She was executive producer of the sitcom Designing Women.,[2] and The Huntress on USA Network.[3] She was a Jeopardy! champion in December 1985, winning three games.

Pamela Norris
Born
Alma materHarvard College
OccupationScreenwriter

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ (7 April 1989) 'Troop'strictly rank-and-vile, The Pantagraph. Retrieved November 17, 2010.
  2. ^ Meyers, Kate (11 October 1991). TV Sitcoms Take a Rear View, Entertainment Weekly, Retrieved November 17, 2010 ("'There's nothing funnier than someone's pants falling down,' explains Designing Women co-executive producer Pamela Norris. 'There must be something down deep in the human character — that infantile quality.')
  3. ^ Bianculli, David (26 July 2000).Quirky Picker-Uppers: Mom & daughter claim bounties in 'Huntress'[permanent dead link], Daily News (New York), Retrieved November 17, 2010 ("Executive producer Pamela Norris once wrote for 'Designing Women,' and 'The Huntress' really does play like two of the characters from that show trying their best to act like 'Cagney & Lacey.'")

External linksEdit

Pamela Norris on IMDb