Pamela Dunlap is known for many movie roles starting on Ironside (1967), more recently I Am Sam (2001), The Holiday (2006), Changeling (2008), and most recently Wetlands (2017). She is known for many guest appearances on television series, Happy Days (1974), Law & Order (1990), Boston Legal (2004), and five appearances on Mad Men (2007), Castle (2009), Girls (2012), and Maron (2013). She is bi-coastal, living in New York City and Los Angeles, California USA. While in New York she has been seen on Broadway in "Musical Comedy Murders of 1940," "Redwood Curtain," and "Yerma," and in several Off-Broadway roles. In Southern California, she has performed at the Los Angeles Ahmanson Theater, Costa Mesa South Coast Repertory, LA Theatre Works, and the Los Angeles Fountain Theater. At The Fountain she played Rochelle - a middle-aged, out-of-shape Jewish woman who's undergoing a crisis of faith - Dunlap was persuaded to join a flamenco class for other middle-aged, women. The production united two of the Fountain's specialties - plays and the subject of flamenco.