Pamela Adlon

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Pamela Adlon
Pamela Adlon at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 cropped.jpg
Adlon at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con
Pamela Segall[1]

(1966-07-09) July 9, 1966 (age 54)
CitizenshipUnited States
United Kingdom[2][3]
  • Actress
  • voice actress
  • screenwriter
  • producer
  • director
Years active1982−present
Felix O. Adlon
(m. 1996; div. 2010)
Children3; including Gideon Adlon and Odessa A'zion

Pamela Adlon (/ˈædˌlɒn/, née Segall; born (1966-07-09)July 9, 1966) is an American actress, voice actress, screenwriter, producer, and director.[4] She is best known for voicing Bobby Hill in the animated comedy series King of the Hill (1997–2010), for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award. She also voiced Baloo in Jungle Cubs (1996–1998), the title role in the video games Pajama Sam (1996–2001), Lucky in 101 Dalmatians: The Series (1997–1998), Ashley Spinelli in Recess (1997–2001), and Brigette Murphy in Milo Murphy's Law (2016–2019), among numerous others.

Adlon is also known for her roles in the comedy-drama series Californication (2007–2014) and Louie (2010–2015), the latter of which she additionally wrote and produced.[5] Her work on Louie garnered her four Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Since 2016, Adlon has starred as Sam Fox on the acclaimed FX comedy-drama series Better Things, which she also co-created, writes, produces, and directs. The series won a Peabody Award, and she has been nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.[6]

Adlon has featured in numerous films since making her acting debut in Grease 2 (1982). She appeared in Say Anything... (1989), Sgt. Bilko (1996), The Animatrix (2003), Tinker Bell (2008), First Girl I Loved (2016), Bumblebee (2018), and The King of Staten Island (2020).

Early life[edit]

Adlon was born in New York City, New York.[1][7] She is the daughter of Marina L. and Donald Maxwell "Don" Segall (1933–1994), who was a television comedy writer-producer, and author of comic books and science fiction pulp novels.[8][9][10] Her father produced The Dave Garroway Show, which became AM New York, and then The Today Show. He was a page at NBC with Gil Cates, and wrote erotic fiction under various pseudonyms, including Troy Conway.[10] Adlon's father, an American, was from Boston, Massachusetts, while her mother is English.[11] Her father was born to a Jewish family of Russian-Jewish and Ukrainian-Jewish descent, and her mother, originally an Anglican, converted to Judaism.[10][12][13] Adlon has said that her parents met at the USO in Paris.[4]

As a child, Adlon lived in the Carnegie House at 100 West 57th Street.[14][15] She has said that she and her family lived bi-coastally, moving between Los Angeles and New York because her father was a journeyman writer and producer for TV. She started performing at age nine; one of her father's friends had a radio studio, so she would do voice-over work there. While in Los Angeles, she did TV and film acting work.[4] She attended Sarah Lawrence College for a semester.[10] After moving to Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, she shared a house with Anna Gunn.[16]


Adlon made her acting debut as Dolores Rebchuck in the 1982 musical sequel film Grease 2. She then had a recurring role as Kelly Affinado in the sitcom The Facts of Life (1983–1984). This was followed by appearances in Bad Manners (1984), Willy/Milly (1986), Say Anything... (1989), Sgt. Bilko (1996), and Plump Fiction (1997). As successful as her child actress years had been, she struggled to find parts in her 20s. This led her to develop a substantial voice-over career, which she cited as saving her career.[8]

Adlon gained further acclaim and recognition for voicing the starring role of Bobby Hill in the animated comedy series King of the Hill (1997–2010), for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in 2002.[17] Adlon also gained recognition for voicing Margaret "Moose" Pearson in Pepper Ann (1997–2000), Ashley Spinelli in Recess (1997–2001), Brigette Murphy in Milo Murphy's Law (2016–2019).

Adlon is recognizable for her husky voice, which led to her voicing young boys in numerous animated series and films. She voiced Baloo in Jungle Cubs (1996–1998), the title role in the video game series Pajama Sam (1996–2001), Lucky in 101 Dalmatians: The Series (1997–1998), Hector MacBadger in Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks (2003–2007), and Andy in Squirrel Boy (2006–2007), among numerous others. She was nominated for an Annie Award for her role as Otto Osworth in the Cartoon Network animated comedy series Time Squad (2001–2003). She continued to voice characters in films, such as The Animatrix (2003) and as Vidia in the Tinker Bell film series (2008–2015).

Adlon had notable live-action roles as Emma Path in the ABC legal drama series Boston Legal (2007–2008), Marcy Runkle in the Showtime comedy-drama series Californication (2007–2014), and as Pamela in the FX comedy series Louie (2010–2015). She was also a writer and consulting producer for the lattermost series.[18]

Adlon accepting an award at the Peabody Awards in May 2017

Adlon's professional relationship with Louis C.K. began in 2006, when she played his wife in the short-lived HBO sitcom Lucky Louie. She starred as the friend of Louie (a fictional character based on himself, Louis C.K.) in his FX single-camera series Louie. She appeared in every season but the third.[19] Adlon co-wrote seven episodes of the series and became a consulting producer. She earned a total of four Primetime Emmy Award nominations for her work on Louie. She earned two nominations as a producer for Best Comedy Series, one nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for co-writing the episode "Daddy's Girlfriend Part 1", and one nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.[20]

In 2015, FX gave a pilot order for Better Things, a comedy created by and starring Adlon. She plays an actress raising three daughters. The pilot was written by Adlon and Louis C.K., who also directed it.[21] It was picked up for a 10-episode series on August 7, 2015.[22][23] The show, which premiered on September 8, 2016, is semi-autobiographical.[24] Adlon directed and wrote a majority of the series' episodes.

The series received widespread critical acclaim and was honored with a Peabody Award. Adlon received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the first two seasons of Better Things.[25] She also received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy, and four nominations for the TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy.

Adlon was represented by manager Dave Becky until November 2017, when she fired him following his involvement in the Louis C.K. sexual harassment scandal.[26]

Adlon had recent live-action roles in the romantic drama film First Girl I Loved (2016), the science fiction action film Bumblebee (2018), and the comedy-drama film The King of Staten Island (2020). She had a guest role as Mrs. Wolowitz in the CBS sitcom Young Sheldon (2017) and a recurring role as Dr. Leigh in the acclaimed NBC drama series This Is Us (2020).

Personal life[edit]

In 1996, Adlon married Felix O. Adlon, the son of German director Percy Adlon. They divorced in 2010 and he subsequently moved to Germany.[10] They have three daughters who are also actresses: Gideon, Odessa, and Valentine “Rocky” Adlon.[4]

Adlon splits her time between the Upper West Side of Manhattan and Los Angeles.[14]

In January 2020, Adlon became a citizen of the United Kingdom.[27][2][3]




List of acting performances in feature films
Title Year Role Notes
Grease 2 1982 Dolores Rebchuck
Bad Manners 1984 Girl Joey
SpaceCamp 1986 Girl in Launch Control Gallery Uncredited
Willy/Milly Willy / Milly Niceman
Say Anything... 1989 Rebecca
After Midnight Cheryl Segment: "Allison's Story"
The Gate II: Trespassers 1990 Liz
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane Pussycat
Bed of Roses 1996 Kim
Sgt. Bilko Sgt. Raquel Barbella
Father Frost Marphuska
Two Guys Talkin' About Girls Tracy Direct-to-video
Plump Fiction 1997 Vallory Cox
Eat Your Heart Out Samantha
Some Girl 1998 Jenn
Waiting for Woody Lyza Short film
Dirk and Betty 2000 Daisy
Net Worth Unknown
Lucky 13 2005 Brenda
Conception 2011 Tay
9 Full Moons 2013 Rachel Stevens
I Know That Voice Herself Documentary
Truckin' 2014 Perri Pinkston Short film
First Girl I Loved 2016 Sharon
I Love You, Daddy 2017 Maggie
All Square 2018 Debbie
Bumblebee Sally Watson
The King of Staten Island 2020 Gina
Holler[28] Rhonda


List of acting performances in television shows
Title Year Role Notes
Little Darlings 1982 Angel Bright Television film
The Facts of Life 1983–1984 Kelly Affinado 12 episodes
The Fantastic World of D.C. Collins 1984 Tatyana Television film
Night Court Andy / Stella Episode: "Bull Gets a Kid"
The Jeffersons Stevie Episode: "Try a Little Tenderness"
E/R 1984–1985 Jenny Sheinfeld 3 episodes
The Redd Foxx Show 1986 Toni Rutledge 7 episodes
Pleasures Claudia Television film
Disneyland Jesse Episode: "The Leftovers"
The Bronx Zoo 1988 Lisa Episode: "Ties That Bind"
ABC Afterschool Special Jill Episode: "A Family Again"
Wiseguy 1989 Tanya Medley 3 episodes
Star Trek: The Next Generation Oji Episode: "Who Watches the Watchers"
21 Jump Street Dori the Psychic Episode: "Old Haunts in the New Age"
Life Goes On 1991 Ruth Beale Episode: "Armageddon"
Down the Shore 1992 Miranda Halpern 13 episodes
The Heights Rosie Episode: "Splendor in the Past"
Murder One 1996 Amy Scott Episode: "Chapter Fourteen"
Relativity Marcy Sedaris 2 episodes
Breast Men 1997 Margaret Television film
Unscripted 2005 Pam 4 episodes
Lucky Louie 2006 Kim 13 episodes; also writer
The Wedding Bells 2007 DeDe Stoller 2 episodes
Boston Legal 2007–2008 Attorney Emma Path 4 episodes
Californication 2007–2014 Marcy Runkle 80 episodes
Monk 2009 Sarah Longson Episode: "Mr. Monk On Wheels"
Ace in the Hole Susanna Morella Unsold pilot
True Jackson, VP 2010 Babs Episode: "Little Buddies"
Louie 2010–2015 Pamela 14 episodes; also writer and producer
Love Bites 2011 Colleen Rouscher 2 episodes
Parenthood 2012 Marleise Deigan 2 episodes
Rake 2014 Glenn Shepard 2 episodes
Playing House 2015 Pam Episode: "Celebrate Me Scones"
Better Things 2016–present Sam Fox 42 episodes; also creator, writer, director, executive producer
Young Sheldon 2019 Mrs. Wolowitz Episode: "A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast"
This Is Us 2020 Dr. Leigh 4 episodes
Day by Day Miss Carol Episode: "Relocation"

Voice roles[edit]


List of voice performances in feature and direct-to-video films
Title Year Role Notes
Kiki's Delivery Service 1989 Ket English Disney dub
FernGully: The Last Rainforest 1992 Fairy #2
Princess Mononoke 1997 Additional voices English dub
O' Christmas Tree 1999 Baby Bear Direct-to-video
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust 2000 Leila
Gen¹³ Additional voices Direct-to-video
Recess: School's Out 2001 Ashley Spinelli
Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street Direct-to-video
The Trumpet of the Swan A.G. Skinner
The Animatrix 2003 Jue / Manabu Segments: "Final Flight of the Osiris" & "Beyond"
Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade Ashley Spinelli Direct-to-video
Recess: All Growed Down
Brother Bear Additional voices
Teacher's Pet 2004 Trevor / Taylor / Tyler
Tinker Bell 2008 Vidia
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 2009 Uncredited
Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue 2010
A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures Additional voices
Secret of the Wings 2012 Vidia
Dino Time Ernie Fitzpatrick
The Pirate Fairy 2014 Vidia
Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast
Best Fiends: Boot Camp[29] 2017 Hank Short film
Best Fiends: Visit Minutia[30]
Best Fiends: Fort of Hard Knocks[31] 2018 Bandit Slug Short film
Best Fiends: The Immortal Cockroach 2019 Hank
Trouble Rousey


List of voice performances in television shows
Title Year Role Notes
Darkwing Duck 1992 Heatwave Episode: "The Frequency Fiends"
Bobby's World 1992–1998 Derek Generic 13 episodes
Rugrats 1992–2004 Dean / Baby Drew Pickles / Additional voices 7 episodes
The Addams Family 1993 Mortimer Episode: "Sweetheart of a Brother"
Problem Child 1993–1994 Additional voices 26 episodes
Edith Ann: A Few Pieces of the Puzzle 1994 Irene Television special
Edith Ann: Homeless Go Home
Duckman Unknown voice Episode: "Ride the High School"
Phantom 2040 1994–1996 Sparks 26 episodes
Capitol Critters 1995 Violet Episode: "If Lovin' You Is Wrong, I Don't Wanna Be Rat"
Jumanji 1996–1997 Rock 5 episodes
Jungle Cubs 1996–1998 Baloo 21 episodes
Adventures from the Book of Virtues Zach Nichols / Boy 26 episodes
Quack Pack 1996 Dewey Duck 37 episodes
Edith Ann's Christmas (Just Say Noël) Irene / Tomas Television special
The New Batman Adventures 1997 Mother / Sarah / Child Episode: "Never Fear"
The Blues Brothers Animated Series Bobby G. 8 episodes
Recess 1997–2001 Ashley Spinelli 129 episodes
Pepper Ann 1997–2000 Moose Pearson / Additional voices 30 episodes
King of the Hill 1997–2010 Bobby Hill / Clark Peters / Additional voices 259 episodes
101 Dalmatians: The Series 1997–1998 Lucky 42 episodes
Cow and Chicken 1998 Cousin Sow 3 episodes
Hercules Brutus Episode: "Hercules and the Kids"
Oh Yeah! Cartoons Pete Patrick Episode: "Pete Patrick Private Investigator"
The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald 1998–2003 McNugget #1 6 episodes
The Woody Woodpecker Show 1999 Lester the Termite 3 episodes
Todd McFarlane's Spawn Judy 2 episodes
Godzilla: The Series Animal's Son / Female Soldier Episode: "Future Shock"
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot 1999–2001 Rusty 26 episodes
Rocket Power 1999–2002 Young Tito / Schoolgirl / Bawling Kid 5 episodes
Teacher's Pet 2000 Tyler / Tayler / Trevor 3 episodes
The Wild Thornberrys Tano Episode: "Cheetahs Never Prosper"
The Oblongs 2001 Milo Francis Oblong / Jared Klimer / The Debbies 13 episodes
The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie Saiful Television film
Dexter's Laboratory 2001–2002 Beau / Brother / Kid 3 episodes
Lloyd in Space 2001–2003 Zoit 3 episodes
Time Squad Otto Osworth / Additional voices 17 episodes
Teamo Supremo 2002 Scooter Lad / Timmy / Patty Perkin 2 episodes
As Told by Ginger Dustin Episode: "April Fools"
Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks 2003–2007 Hector MacBadger 46 episodes
What's New, Scooby-Doo? 2003 Chris / Eddie / Janey Miller / Bobby Blather 2 episodes
Six Feet Under Nathaniel / Isabel / Evil Nurse Episode: "Everyone Leaves"
Kid Notorious Unknown voice Episode: "The Nazi Party"
All Grown Up! 2003–2004 Sean Butler 7 episodes
Bratz 2005 Roberta Unknown episodes
Rugrats Pre-School Daze Lucas 4 episodes
Danger Rangers 2006 Carl / Martin Episode: "Safe and Sound"
Lilo & Stitch: The Series Ashley Spinelli Episode: "Lax: Experiment #285"
Squirrel Boy 2006–2007 Andy Johnson / Additional voices 18 episodes
Shorty McShorts' Shorts 2007 Unknown voice Episode: "Troy Ride"
American Dragon: Jake Long Monica Episode: "Game On"
WordGirl 2007–2014 Eileen / The Birthday Girl / Additional voices 8 episodes
El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera 2008 Tattoo / Marni Episode: "Wrong and Dance/Love and War"
The Drinky Crow Show 2008–2009 Mademoiselle DeBoursay / Claire / Additional voices 7 episodes
Ben 10: Alien Force 2010 Kevin's Mom Episode: "Vendetta"
Zevo-3 Angel 2 episodes
Pound Puppies 2010–2013 Gwen / Taboo / Additional voices 9 episodes
Phineas and Ferb Melanie / Additional voices 8 episodes
The Mighty B! 2011 Murdock Episode: Gorilla's in the Misdt
Mongo Wrestling Alliance Acid Alice Kleberkuh 8 episodes
Pixie Hollow Games Vidia Television special
The Problem Solverz Sweetie Creamie / Additional voices Episode: "The Mayan Ice Cream Caper"
Beavis and Butt-Head Crystal / Sapphire / Additional voices 3 episodes
Unsupervised One-Eyed Donnie Episode: "Field of Dreams... and Dogs"
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Fang Episode: "Challenge Day"
ThunderCats 2012 Pumyra / Wolo Mother 6 episodes
Bob's Burgers 2012–2020 Olsen Benner / Additional voices 16 episodes
Out There 2013 Joanie Novak / Henrietta Miller / Astoria (voice) 10 episodes
Pixie Hollow Bake Off Vidia (voice) Television special
Uncle Grandpa 2013–2017 Mary / Additional voices 4 episodes
Chozen 2014 Unknown voice Episode: "Beef"
Sofia the First Rosey Episode: "The Enchanted Feast"
TripTank 2014–2016 Donnie / Wanda / Tina / Additional voices 11 episodes
Teen Titans Go! 2015–2019 Rose Wilson 4 episodes
Stone Quackers 2015 Binky / Mean Cop / Hawk 2 episodes
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero Drab Lieutenant Episode: "It's a Colorful Life"
Guardians of the Galaxy Ma Raccoon / Sis Raccoon Episode: "We Are Family"
Adventure Time 2015–2016 Gunther 2 episodes
Mr. Pickles 2016 Mary Episode: "Cops and Robbers"
Sanjay and Craig Chido 2 episodes
The Loud House Tabby Episode: "Dance Dance Resolution/A Fair to Remember"
Milo Murphy's Law 2016–2019 Brigette Murphy / Additional voices 24 episodes
The Big Bang Theory Halley Wolowitz 10 episodes
Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures 2017 Elan / Ymojin Episode: "The Lost Crysals of Qalydon"
Jeff & Some Aliens Kiki / Alice / Additional voices Episode: "Jeff & Some Love Simulations"
Star vs. The Forces of Evil 2017–2019 Various voices 6 episodes
Costume Quest 2019 Jackie Carver / Additional voices 3 episodes
Rick and Morty Angie Flynt / Vermigurber's Child (voice) 2 episodes[32]
Pete the Cat 2019–2020 Mrs. Toad / Grumpy's Mom 3 episodes
Archer 2020 Sandra Episode: "Cold Fusion"

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Title Year Voice role Notes
Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside 1996 Pajama Sam
Fallout 1997 Nicole
Grim Fandango 1998 Carla / Pugsy
Pajama Sam 2: Thunder and Lightning Aren't so Frightening Pajama Sam
Pajama Sam's Lost and Found
Arthur's Thinking Games[33] 1999 Arthur Read
Arthur's Reading Games[33] 2000
Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat from Your Head to Your Feet Pajama Sam
Escape from Monkey Island Dainty Lady Figurehead
King of the Hill Bobby Hill
Pajama Sam's Games to Play on Any Day 2001 Pajama Sam
Run Like Hell 2002 Jinx
LeapFrog: Phonics Program Series 2002 Leap
LeapFrog: Fiesta in the House/Town 2003
Final Fantasy X-2 2003 Shinra
Chicken Little 2005 Abby Mallard
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII 2013 Madam
Lego Dimensions 2015 Rose Wilson Uncredited

Awards and nominations[edit]

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Work Category Result Ref.
2018 Better Things Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated [34]

Peabody Awards[edit]

Year Work Category Result Ref.
2016 Better Things Area of Excellence Won [35]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Work Category Result Ref.
2002 King of the Hill: "Bobby Goes Nuts" Outstanding Voice-Over Performance Won [36]
2013 Louie Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for "Daddy's Girlfriend, Part 1" Nominated
2014 Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
2015 Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2017 Better Things Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2018 Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Work Category Result Ref.
2012 Louie Best Comedy Series Nominated [37]
2013 Won
2015 Won
2017 Better Things Best New Series Nominated


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