Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson was born on July 1, 1967, in Ladysmith, Canada, to waitress Carol and furnace repairman Barry.

In 1985, Pamela graduated from Highland Secondary School and moved to Vancouver, where she worked as a fitness instructor. In 1989, Anderson appeared on the Playboy cover for the first time. Later, she continued cooperation with the magazine and Channel Playboy TV. In 1992, she got a role in “Baywatch”, which turned her into a sex symbol of the USA. Her other famous work is “V.I.P.” TV series (1998-2002), where she plays a role of Vallery Irons. Since 2004, she holds citizenship of both Canada and America. In 2004, she released her first book “Star” and in a year, its sequel “Star Struck”. In 2006, she became an inductee at the Canada’s Walk of Fame.

In 2010, Pamela Anderson took part in “Dancing with the Stars” show for 7 weeks. In 2013, she competed in “Dancing on Ice” TV show, but left if after the first episode.

Anderson is a vegan since her teens, when she saw her father cleaning an animal, he had killed. She fights for animal rights, strongly protests to the use of fur and is a member of organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. In 2005, she was chosen by Make-up Art Cosmetics as an activist, who helped people, who suffered from AIDS and HIV. She also became the spokesperson for the American Liver Foundation.

From 1995 to 1998, Pamela was married to rock musician Tommy Lee. They have two sons, Brandon Thomas Lee and Dylan Jagger Lee. In 2006, she got married to Kid Rock, but they divorced in 2007. Her third husband was film producer Rick Salomon.