Pamela Adlon Net Worth

How much is Pamela Adlon worth?

Net Worth:$16 Million
Date of Birth:July 9, 1966 (56 years old)
Height:1.52 m, 4 ft 11 in
Profession:Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor
Pamela Adlon Net Worth:
$16 Million

Pamela Adlon is an American-British actress, voice artist, writer, director, and producer who has a net worth of $16 million. Adlon is best known for her voice work and for playing Marcy Runkle on “Californication” (2007–2014), Pamela on “Louie” (2010–2015), and Sam Fox on “Better Things” (2016–2022). She created “Better Things” and served as a writer, director, and executive producer on the series, and she was a writer and producer on “Louie.” Pamela has more than 200 acting credits to her name, including the films “Grease 2” (1982), “Say Anything…” (1989), “Sgt. Bilko” (1996), “Lucky 13” (2005), and “The King of Staten Island” (2020) and the television series “The Facts of Life” (1983–1984), “The Redd Foxx Show” (1986), “Down the Shore” (1992), and “Lucky Louie” (2006).

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As a teenager, Adlon made her film debut in 1982’s “Grease 2,” and from 1983 to 1984, she had a recurring role as Kelly Affinado on NBC’s “The Facts of Life.” She appeared in the films “Bad Manners” (1984), “SpaceCamp” (1986), and “After Midnight” (1989), and she played Rebecca in 1989’s “Say Anything…” alongside John Cusack and Ione Skye. Pamela guest-starred on “Night Court” (1984), “The Jeffersons” (1984), “Wiseguy” (1989), “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1989), and “21 Jump Street” (1989), and she played Toni Rutledge on ABC’s “The Redd Foxx Show” in 1986. In her twenties, Adlon struggled to find roles, so she turned to voice work. In the ’90s, she voiced characters in the film “FernGully: The Last Rainforest” (1992) and English dubs of “Princess Mononoke” (1997) and “Kiki’s Delivery Service” (1998) as well as television shows such as “Bobby’s World” (1992–1998), “Rugrats” (1992–2004), “Phantom 2040” (1994–1996), “Adventures from the Book of Virtues” (1996–1998), and “The Blues Brothers Animated Series” (1997). Adlon voiced Ashley Spinelli on ABC’s “Recess” from 1997 to 2001 and Bobby Hill on Fox’s “King of the Hill” from 1997 to 2010. “King of the Hill” aired 259 episodes over 13 seasons and earned Pamela a Primetime Emmy. She also played Miranda Halpern on Fox’s “Down the Shore” (1992) and appeared in the films “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane” (1990), “Bed of Roses” (1996), “Sgt. Bilko” (1996), and “Some Girl” (1998) in the ’90s.

Personal Life

Pamela married writer/director/producer Felix O. Adlon in 1996, and he directed her in the 1997 film “Eat Your Heart Out.” ​Felix’s father is German director Percy Adlon, who is best known for writing and directing the 1987 film “Bagdad Cafe.” Pamela and Felix welcomed daughters Odessa, Gideon, and Valentine (better known as “Rocky”) before divorcing in 2010, and all three daughters are actresses. Odessa and Rocky both co-starred with Adlon in the 2011 film “Conception,” and Odessa guest-starred in a 2016 episode of “Better Things.” Odessa also starred on the CBS series “Fam,” and Gideon played Mariah Day on the true crime limited series “The Thing About Pam” alongside Renée Zellweger. Pamela became a U.K. citizen in 2020.

Inspirational Quotes by Pamela Adlon

I never want to waste a frame. I always look and see what I've got.

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They would call me 'The Cleaner' because I would replace boys who were real adolescents, and their voices completely changed, and they couldn't do the voices anymore.

Pamela Adlon

You've gotta leave enough space for your actors to bring stuff to the table and whatever the weather's doing that day or what the light's like. Things can shift, and you have to be malleable. Every day is a different feeling and a change.

Pamela Adlon

My roles in the '80s were, like, gender dysphoric. I wasn't pretty, I wasn't this, I wasn't that. And I am kind of butchy, you know. That's just my thing.

Pamela Adlon

I am a single mom of three girls, and I'm getting through that. If I can get through that, I can direct a whole season of television that I star in.

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