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Hi! My name is Pamela Miller and I am wondering how far back this bio should go. So, as Julie Andrews said, "Let's start at the very beginning." I was born in Chicago, Illinois and was quickly uprooted and reluctantly moved to the south. In Charlotte, NC, I did the majority of my growing up, attending grade school. As soon as high school was over, I ran for dear life and ending up in the even smaller town of Wilmington, NC, where I attended The University of North Carolina at Wilmington to participate in their new film program. Just as analyzing Citizen Kane and writing never-ending papers on D.W. Griffith were reaching their breaking point, I took a screenwriting class.

There, I discovered my love and passion for writing. Several short scripts and two feature length scripts later, I marched down the aisle to claim my degree in Film Studies. After graduating from the liberal arts college, I stuck around in the coastal town and got lucky, working in the local film industry, which had turned more into a haven for CW television than filmmaking. First I worked the grueling job of a production assistant and then made my way up the ranks to Costumer. I am still unable to figure out how that came to be, but nonetheless I resented the job and was reminded of my love for writing. Wilmington inevitably grew too small and the big city of Los Angeles shined bright from the west coast. What better time than the beacon of a new decade to make the scary move? So, as January 2010 rolled around, so did the car and it didn't stop till it reached the Pacific Ocean.



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