Jami Fields appeared in over 100 television and radio commercials as a model and child actress in the 1960’s – 1980’s. She appeared in the very first made-for-TV movie “See How They Run” on NBC in 1963 with many stars of the day. On Broadway, she was in the original production of “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”, in prime time TV she appeared in dramas and variety shows including multiple appearances on the “Garry Moore Show.” In soaps, she is best known for playing Penny Davis on “The Doctors”. Stepping behind the footlights, Jami was on the production staff for “The Guiding Light” and “As The World Turns”, adding the Director’s Guild to her performer’s union affiliations. She was thrilled to be invited to join the Twelfth Night Club @1980 in the Club’s renowned performance of ‘Stage Door’. In more recent years, Jami has had the great fortune to work as a marketing director for many of America’s most well known magazine publishers including Time Inc, Hearst Magazines and Conde Nast. A true New Yorker, Jami is also a ceramic artist, and maintains two pottery studios in Manhattan.