Pam Healey is president of Spoke Studios, part of Wheelhouse Entertainment, where she leads all creative efforts and growth strategies for the company.
Healey oversees Spoke’s robust slate of unscripted and documentary projects, as well as partnerships with marquee talent. Series include Netflix’s King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch, executive produced by Peyton Manning, as well as Buying Beverly Hills (both returning soon for Season 2) and Hulu’s Secret Chef, executive produced by David Chang. Healey and Spoke are also behind Hulu’s upcoming docuseries with WWE Superstars Bianca Belair and Montez Ford, as well as the platform’s recently announced social experiment Got to Get Out (wt).
Healey was previously general manager at Warner Bros’ Shed Media for seven years, and prior to that spent a decade as executive vice president at High Noon Entertainment. She has developed, sold, and executive produced such shows as NBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?, First Dates and Genius Junior; Netflix’s 100 Humans; Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York City and Mexican Dynasties; TLC’s Cake Boss and Long Lost Family; VH1’s Basketball Wives and Tough Love; E!’s Eric and Jessie; Lifetime’s Supernanny and Child Genius; Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions; truTV’s Fast Foodies; and Starz’s The Warriors of Liberty City, among many others.
Healey received four Emmy® nominations for Outstanding Structured Reality Program in 2014, 2017, 2018 and 2019 as part of the producing team for Who Do You Think You Are?
She received her bachelor of arts degree from Duke University. Since 2015, she has served as a member of the board of directors for The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation, which is dedicated to the future of music education and provides durable, high-quality musical instruments to deserving, under-funded music programs nationwide.