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Anderson was born in 1967 in Ladysmith, British Columbia,
Canada. She was the first baby born this day in Canada earning
her the title "The Centennial Baby". The Andersons
received cash prizes and awards for having the first baby born
in Canada on this day, Canada's 100th Birthday. Shortly after
that, her family moved to British Columbia. While Pamela was
sitting in a library listening to a story, a photographer took
a picture of her which was quickly placed in all the libraries
in British Columbia. Pamela's teen years weren't anything out
of the ordinary, she excelled in virtually every sport she played,
but her favorite sport was Volleyball, although she loved to
play sax in the school band and with friends. In 1988, Pamela
moved to Vancouver to feel the life of the big city.
She started working as a fitness instructor when the direction
in life changed. It was the summer of 1989 when she was invited
to see a Football match. One of her friends was a representative
for Labatt's beer breweries. A cameraman found Pamela in the
crowd and put her image on the big screen. Obviously she suddenly
began modeling for Labatt's as the "Blue Girl". A
freelance photographer based out of Vancouver took a few pictures
of Pamela sent them to Playboy, who liked what they saw, and
in October of 1989, Pamela did a cover for Playboy, and obviously
this increased her popularity enormously.
David Hasslehoff, saw Pamela on a television show and convinced
her to join "Baywatch". Pamela has starred in several
other roles outside of Baywatch including "The Taking of
Beverly Hills", "Snapdragon", "Raw Justice",
"Mike Hammer", "Velda" and "Barb Wire".
In 1995 she met the man destined to be her husband: Motley Crue
drummer Tommy Lee. During the party where they met, he came
right up to her and licked her face! After four days of courting
and endless parties, the two were married on a beach. Pamela
wearing a white bikini and Tommy wearing a set of shorts, and
they soon had two babies.
Unfortunately their relationship soon saw trouble because of
Tommy violent behaviour, and they divorced after a great struggle.
One year later they were together again.
was the year of Pamela Anderson's first big break. At that time
she was working as a fitness instructor in Vancouver. She had
attended a professional football game with friends when a cameraman
focused on her. She was projected onto the stadium's big screen
wearing a Labbatt's T-shirt (a major Canadian beer maker) which
caught the attention of a Labbatt's manager who signed her on
as a model for the "Enter the Blue Zone" campaign.
became aware of this campaign, leading her to appear on the
magazine's cover in October 1989. After this, Pamela played
small parts on various television shows, including Married
with Children and Home Improvement. Her role as Lisa on Home
Improvement lead to her spot on Baywatch. Through high school
she was active in sports particularly volleyball in which
she won trophies. Her goal in life stated in her high school
yearbook was "To be a California beach bum." Pam
was the first baby of the Canadian Centennial to be born in
the area. Pamela dated some famous bachelors, including Sylvester
Stallone, Dean Cain, and Scott Baio which she was briefly
engaged. Ultimately, she married Motley Crue drummer Tommy
Talented and vivacious Pamela Lee has begun to establish herself
as one of the most popular actresses with international film
and television audiences.
A native of Canada, Lee was born on Vancouver Island, and
later moved to the city of Vancouver. It was while she attended
a British Columbia Lions football game that Lee was "discovered"
in a most unusual way. Dressed in a Labatt's Beer T-shirt,
her image was transmitted on the stadium's wide screen. The
fans cheered the beautiful girl, and she was brought down
to the 50-yard line and introduced to the appreciative crowd.
a result, she was signed to a commercial contract with Labatt's
and became the company's "Blue Zone" girl. The campaign
was so popular that other commercials and advertising assignments
for Lee soon followed. Due to the recognition from these commercials
she was soon approached to do her first cover for Playboy
magazine. Pamela has since gone on to grace the cover an astounding
five times, more than any other woman in the magazine's history.
With the success and recognition she garnered from Playboy,
Lee soon moved to Los Angeles where she spent two seasons
in the top-ten ABC Television hit series "Home Improvement"
as Lisa, the Tool Time Girl. It was on "Home Improvement"
that she captured the attention and affection of viewing audiences
the same time, Lee was cast as 'C.J. Parker' on the internationally
successful series "Baywatch," but because of the
impossible schedule of working on two hit shows, she eventually
left "Home Improvement" and remained full-time on
"Baywatch." She now stars on one of the most phenomenally
popular television programs of all time, which is seen in
140 countries worldwide.
Lee made the transition into the feature film arena, starring
in Dark Horse Entertainment's action comedy "Barb Wire."
Distributed by Gramercy Films, "Barb Wire" was released
in the spring of 1996. In addition, Lee was featured in the
CBS movie-of-the-week, "Deader Than Ever," a hip
and updated Mike Hammer mystery, co-starring Rob Estes. She
recently co-starred in the television movie "The Evolution
of Mr. E.," adapted from the H.G. Wells short story,
where she portrayed a quirky sculptor/artist. Pamela is wed
to Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, and the couple recently
welcomed the arrival of their first child Brandon Thomas on
June 5, 1996.
July 1, 1967 in British Columbia, Canada
Father: was furnace repairman.
Mother: was a waitress.
Children: Brandon (b. June 6, 1996) and Dylan. (b. December
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