Jamie Gore Pawlik is a New York based Theater and Film actor seen on Apple TV+ and HBO. She first began studying acting in London, under the mentorship of working professionals such as Fiona Shaw and RADA professors Ellen Newman and Ian Wooldridge. Jamie is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University, where she performed Shakespeare but mostly drank a lot of boxed wine.
You can find Jamie performing improvisational comedy around NYC with No Further Questions She is also a graduate of UCB. Pawlik was raised in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. She is fluent in French and was a NCAA athlete at Columbia University. She holds an MFA in Acting.
Jamie has studied from the likes of Larry Moss, Susan Aston, Reed Birney, Al Pacino and Fiona Shaw. She has studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, British American Drama Academy,, Columbia University, The Freeman Studios and the Actors Studio.
She hopes to take on characters who are complex, sophisticated, struggling, and accessorized with a comedic underbelly. Shows she can see herself on are Hacks, Succession, Law and Order, The Other Two, The White Lotus, Severance, and Yellowstone.
My love for performance grew alongside my proclivity to skip school and watch old Saturday Night Live reruns. To escape my middle school nickname "ogre girl" and the cruelty of puberty, I lost myself in the comedy of Chris Farley, Molly Shannon, Will Ferrell, Gilda Radner, and the list goes on. I'd sit, glued to the television, fascinated and in awe of "Mary Katherine Gallagher," not only because of the character's brilliant humor but because there I was, awkward, begging for attention, and crashing into inanimate objects. I studied Molly Shannon's fearlessness, her ability to totally commit. I bring that same sense of courage and commitment to my own work, both comedy and drama.