Pamela Beck

Pamela Beck is a writer/producer whose novels include the New York Times best sellers Fling and Rich Men, Single Women (both Doubleday and Literary Guild Book Club main selections, both published internationally). She has written screenplays as well as novels and has developed and produced various film and television projects, including the adaptation of one of her novels, Rich Men, Single Women for Aaron Spelling and ABC. Pamela has taught novel writing and screenwriting at UCLA, and has been a resource at several YPO Universities. 

More recently, Pamela is producing a Broadway dance musical.  In addition, she is working as a visual artist.  Her work can be seen on her website:

Pamela is deeply involved in the visual and performing arts in Los Angeles. For nearly two decades she has served as an active board member of Center Theater Group, the non-profit organization responsible for all theater productions at the L.A. Music Center (at both the Ahmanson and Mark Taper Theaters), as well as the Kirk Douglas Theater in West Los Angeles.  She is a past board member for Center Dance Arts, and co-chaired the Spotlight Awards for several years.  She has been a passionate supporter of Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art and is a recent artist member of Los Angeles Artists Association.

Pamela’s other community activities include; YPO, CEO, and the Beverly Hills Police Chief Advisory panel, of which she is a former chairman.  Most recently, she has been appointed as an Arts and Culture Commissioner for the city of Beverly Hills (her term begins in July of 2022).

Interests: contemporary art, photography, novels, film, theater, dance, music, fashion, traveling, and spending time with her family (which now includes 5 grandchildren).