Paula P. Cane
Paula P. Cane, American speech and language pathologist, scriptwriter, actor. License speech and language pathologist, Florida. Recipient Indiana Speech and Hearing Foundation awards, 1966-1967, graduate teaching fellow Purdue University, 1970-1971, Tampa Bay FMPTA, 1992.
Cane, Paula P. was born on February 16, 1945 in Cincinnati. Daughter of Paul J. and Pauline Albia (Patti) Weber.
Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, 1967. Master of Science, Purdue University, 1971. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1995.
Instructor communications University Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1974-1975. Speech and language pathologist Lee County Board Education, Fort Myers, Florida, 1986. Consultant Cedar Montessori Schools, Naples, 1986-1987.
With casting, production management Suncoast Films, Inc., Clearwater, 1989. Casting, choreographer television pilot production management CPN Production Company, 1991. Private practice speech and language pathology, acting instructor, voice coach St. Petersburg Beach, since 1967.
Speech pathologist Nova Care, since 1992, Premier Rehabilitation, 1993-1995, Rehabworks, since 1995. Screenwriter, playwright St. Petersburg, Florida, since 1986. Director, actor Pass-A-Grille Actors Studio, St. Petersburg, co-founder, 1989.
Board directors St. Petersburg-Clearwater Pinellas County Film Commission, since 1994. Conductor numerous workshops on special needs of gifted and talented children.
License speech and language pathologist, Florida.
Contributor numerous articles to publications. Appeared in (films) Electra (Crystal Reel award for best supporting actress in feature film 1992), Edward Scissorhands, and others, also commercials and industrial films.
Co-founder, president Parents and Friends Gifted and Talented Children. Member American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (certified clinical competence since 1972), Florida Motion Picture and television Association.
Piano, tennis, dance, travel, cruising.
Children: Adam, Miguel.