|Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
Role Television presenter
Hair colour Blonde
Spouse Ronan Ryan (m. 2014)
|Eye colour Green|
TV shows Off the Rails
Name Pamela Flood
|Full Name Pamela Ann Mary Flood|
Born 25 July 1971 (age 44) (1971-07-25) Ireland
Marriage location Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Pamela flood at aware s depression awareness week launch
An employee of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, she is a well-recognised face on the broadcaster's television channels, having presented Off the Rails, Marry Me and The Podge and Rodge Show. She also made an appearance in the genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are?, learning that her grandmother was an illegitimate child and that a deceased distant relative was accused of murdering her husband, but later found not guilty - over 160 years ago. She then went on to feature on Celebrity Showhouse broadcast on 29 December 2008.
Flood worked as a continuity officer with national broadcaster RTÉ from 1997–2000, and was a presenter of Irish fashion television show Off the Rails for a number of years before receiving the axe in 2008.
Flood moved on to Marry Me, of which there were eight editions, and has presented two editions of The Podge and Rodge Show, For her research in the RTÉ series Who Do You Think You Are? she travelled through 19th-century Dublin, "taking in red light districts, millionaire solicitors, pawnbrokers, contested wills, illegitimate children and murder." She met historian David Nolan, who has written a history of Corballis House, where her granny was sent to stay and subsequently discovered she was born out of wedlock. She appeared on the front cover of the RTÉ Guide to promote the show. An appearance on Anonymous as "Doreen Prendergast".
Flood has since found herself exposed and vulnerable at RTÉ.
In 2008, Flood announced the recent end of her three-year relationship with Michael Sharp, the manager of Denis Desmond's Spirit nightclub in Dublin. She then began a new one with restaurateur, Ronan Ryan.