Pamela Reed is an American actress whose career spans decades starting in the 1970s. She first starred on the TV show The Andros Targets. During the ’80s, she had her cinematic debut as Belle Starr in the film The Long Riders. It was, however, in the 1990 film Kindergarten Cop starring as Phoebe O’Hara that she gained wider recognition. She later had roles in the films Passed Away, Bob Roberts, and Junior, to name a few. In the 2000s, she had supporting roles in Proof of Life and Life of the Party. She also became known for starring as Gail Green on the TV series Jericho. She later had recurring roles as Beverly Craine on United States of Tara and Marlene Knope on Parks and Recreation. As of 2015, she plays Roberta Deeks on NCIS: Los Angeles.