Baywatch’s Star Pamela Anderson’s Journey

Pamela Anderson’s career has completely changed: once a television star and sexy pin, she is now 54 years old and an international supporter of animal and human rights issues.

Wearing a red, blackjacket suit to Baywatch Beach for Pamela Anderson is best remembered. However, she is now relegating her glamorous lifestyle to a more serious activism career.

The former Glamor Model, now 54, works on a variety of issues such as humanitarianism, animal welfare, AIDS, and cannabis legalisation.

So, what did Pam do to break the stigma and change people’s minds?

Source: DNA India

Pamela Anderson from actress to activist

Pamela rose to prominence as a model after being named Playmate of the Month for Playboy magazine in 1990.

She took advantage of the opportunity to appear on the cover of the magazine on a regular basis, and she became one of the era’s most recognisable figures.

She made her Baywatch debut two years later, alongside David Hasselhoff, and the actress and her red swimsuit were immortalised for a generation of fans. Pamela was also in Hollywood in the 1990s and 2000s, and she even played a version of herself in Borat, as well as in Blonder and Blonder and Barb Wire.

Pamela, on the other hand, did not choose to become an activist after her career in front of the camera. She still works today, but about 25 years ago she began to combine acting and activism.

Pamela became a vegetarian and began working as an animal welfare activist for PETA in the late 1990s. In 2003, she starred in a contentious campaign titled “I’d rather go naked than wear fur.” She was also photographed in seductive poses with the body labelled like beef cuts in a shocking poster campaign to help meat eaters feel empathy for livestock.

Source: USA Today

‘Activism is Sexy’

She stated in an interview with Contributor Magazine that her model’s image is ‘activism is sexy.’

Pamela Anderson founded the Pamela Anderson Foundation to promote human, environmental, and animal rights 25 years ago. “Everything is connected,” she wrote on the website, listing the 19 charities with which she works directly.

Pamela was a vocal supporter of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, and paid him numerous visits at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

She also spoke out in support of the French people in 2018, following a series of protests and riots that resulted in hundreds of arrests.

She tweeted about the violence, claiming that it “arose from rising tensions between the metropolitan elite and the rural poor, between Macron’s politics and the unfairly fed 99 percent in France and around the world.”

 In the meantime, actors Lily James and Sebastian Stan were photographed recreating Pamela Anderson and her husband Tommy Lee’s iconic marine pose from their wedding day in 1995.

They are currently filming for the upcoming Hulu series Pan & Tommy, the release date of which has yet to be announced.

Read more: 


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *