Pamela J. Gray is an actress, best known for Michael Clayton, I’ll Take You There, The Devil’s Advocate, and Commandments.
Pamela attended the Yale School of Drama. On Broadway, she played the comic vixen Joanna Lippiat opposite Victor Garber in Nicholas Martin’s 2010 Production of Present Laughter at the Roundabout Theatre. Also on Broadway, she played Anne Butley in Simon Gray’s play Butley starring Nathan Lane at the Booth Theater in 2006. She has performed in countless plays in New York and across the country. Pamela married Justin Randi, the owner of the legendary Baked Potato Jazz Club in Los Angeles, in 2011.