Paula Maxine Patton is a beautiful and talented American actress born on December 5, 1975. She was born in LA to her mother Joyce Patton, a school teacher, and her father Charles Patton, a lawyer. She studied at the Hamilton High School, and her Alma Matter at UC Berkeley. Later on, she transferred after her first year at UC Berkeley to USC Film School. Immediately after completing her studies, she bagged a three-month project making documentaries for PBS. At 16, she met her husband Robin Thicke at a hip-hop club called Balistyx, in Los Angeles. They began dating in 93 and married on 11th June 2005. They have a son by name Julian Fuego whose birth was on April 7th, 2010. After 21 years of togetherness, they split on March 20th, 2015. Patton made her debut with a trivial part in the romantic comedy film, Hitch in 2005. In 2006, she appeared in the musical film Idlewild. Her big break came when she landed the crucial female lead role in the science fiction thriller named Déjà Vu in the year 2006.

The movie had many critics portray their mixed reviews, but was a sensational box office hit with 180 million dollars. She later appeared in her ex-husband Robin Thicke's hit music video "Lost Without You” in the year 2006. Patton offered her vocal skills for the 2004 hit album Confessions. She also did the female version of "Can U Handle It?" Her performance in Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol was a massive hit, with the movie grossing over 700 million dollars worldwide. She played the lead role in the comic film Jumping the Broom, which crossed the six million dollar budget to 37 million dollars. In 2013, she acted in 2 Guns, an action comedy film and the romantic comic film named Baggage Claim. She was cast as the lead character of the television show Runner, a crime drama plot. She acted in the picture ‘ The Do Over’, a Netflix comic and The Perfect Match, yet another romantic comedy of hers. She would be joining the cast of the film adaptation Warcraft, soon to release in 2016. Her other films are London in 2005 and Mirrors in 2008 as Amy Carson. Her television appearances are in Law and Order in 2010 in an episode called ‘Wet’ and in ‘Single Ladies’ in 2012 as Layla Twilight.

Pamela Gray English Actress

Pamela Gray

Pamela Gray is an extraordinary actress who has been abundantly blessed with the talent to entertain people for hours. She is an exceptionally talented actress who has done around thirty films and soap operas, and added along with that is the countless Broadway shows that she undertook. Gray has been able to portray her characters in such a way that they leave a lasting impression on the viewers. With a realistic as well as complicated, but at the same time extremely entertaining expressions that she portrays and the actions she does, she is more than capable of handling her audience. Watching Gray on screen is a magical experience for the viewers, enchanting them, and taking them into some other world – a world beyond reality. This is a unique and rare quality that she has been blessed with. Gray, upon finding her exceptional talent had taken a course in the field of acting from Yale School of Drama – a highly prestigious institution. After graduating from Yale with flying colors, Gray was seen to debut in the movie “Dogs: The Rise and Fall of an All-Girl Bookie”. In the movie that was released on 1996, Gray handled the role of ‘Stephanie’. The movie depicts the life of four girls, who are in their twenties, broke, without a job and an overdue rent. They start a small rookie joint in the kitchen. They suddenly find that they are now able to pay their dues and even donate to charity. The story also plays with the girls love lives and also brings in a picture of their mothers, and the approving/disapproving notations brought in by them regarding the lives of their daughters. ‘Stephanie’ has been portrayed by Gray in a very life-like way. The manner in which she shows the desperate and foolish acts of a broke girl is very well done. She is equally able to stun her audience with the live performances in the Broadway shows.

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