Two decades ago, it was an Indian Pamela who rocked the international arena. Now It’s time for the international Pamela to rock India. Anticipating this I’ve been doing a lot of couch cleaning with my tongue out, may be ever since the Big Boss 4 started. And when I posted my ‘couch cleaning’ status on a social networking site, a friend quipped: “Time to buy the 42″ LCD, aint it?” Thank God… quickly, I could give a matching reply having a 74″ already in the living room.
Our exotic Indian Pamela – Pamels Bordes, I remember, had affected my studies then. Badly rather. Though electronic media wasn’t there those days, newspapers and magazines flooded my home even then and it was Pamela, Pamela, Pamela all over. Her real name was Pamela Singh who figured in quite a classy sex scandal in Britain years after winning the Miss India contest in 1982. Wish someone could enlighten me on her whereabouts today. I only know that the hot queen loved photography, travelling and was married to a Frenchman with the surname “Bordes”. But where is she now? How can this honest woman – who must be 50 now – vanish after telling us her colourful stories of the men she had allegedly bedded.
O Pretty woman, I know you were maligned by the Western media. Come out today. Be bold as ever. I remember you as I watch your namesake on Indian television show Big Boss 4 which, one of my friends Ishtkam Pandey terms as the first Indian response reciprocating US President Barack Obama’s recent promises on Indian soil. “Obama said he will get jobs for Americans here; and here is the first recruit in the form of this bombshell,” says Pandey an Assistant Producer with Azad News.
Here’s all about this international Pamela – Pamela Anderson who also appears equally sexual. And yes, she has more magazine covers worldwide than any star of her generation.
|1991||The Taking of Beverly Hills||Action|
|1995||Naked Souls||Independent Thriller|
|2001||The Making of Bret Michaels||Documentary|
|2003||Scary Movie 3||Comedy Spoof|
|2003||Pauly Shore is Dead||Comedy/Mockumentary|
|2006||Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan||Comedy|
|2008||Blonde and Blonder||Comedy|
|2010||Hollywood & Wine||Post-Production|
And on television –
- 1990 Charles in Charge episode “Teacher’s Pest”
- 1990 Married with Children episode “Al with Kelly”
- 1991 Married with Children episode “Route 666: Part 2″
- 1991-1993 Home Improvement (cast member)
- 1992-1997 Baywatch (cast member)
- 1992 Days of our Lives (cast member)
- 1994 Come Die with Me: A Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer Mystery
- 1997 The Nanny episode “Danny’s Dead and Who’s Got the Will?”
- 1997 The Nanny episode “The Heather Biblow Story”
- 1998-2002 V.I.P. (cast member)
- 2003 Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding (cast member)
- 2003 Less Than Perfect episode “All About Claude”
- 2003-2004 Stripperella (voice)
- 2005-2006 Stacked (cast member)
- 2005 Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson
- 2005 8 Simple Rules episode “C.J.’s Temptation”
- 2005 8 Simple Rules episode “Torn Between Two Lovers”
- 2005 MADtv
- 2008 Pam: Girl on the Loose
- 2008 The Sunday Night Project (guest host)
- 2008 Big Brother Australia (house guest for 3 days)
- 2010 Dancing With the Stars (contestant)
Pamela became a vegetarian in her early teens.
She is the Guinness Book of World Record holder as the most down loaded celebrity.
In 1967, Anderson became the first Canadian baby born on Canada’s Centennial Day.
In 2004, E! awarded Pam the number one “Ultimate Blond Award.”
In VH1′s 100 Hottest Hotties, she was ranked number nine.
In Stuff magazine’s 102 Sexiest Women in the World 2002 issue, Pam was ranked number seventeen.
A Canadian economic magazine voted Anderson most powerful female Canadian in Hollywood in 2005.
On Maxim’s Hot 100 List in 2005, Pamela was ranked number forty.
In FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005 issue, Anderson was ranked number eight. In the 2006 issue, she was ranked number twenty-four.
Anderson was named TV’s Sexiest Woman Ever by internet service provider, Aol in 2007.
Anderson was nominated in 1997 for the MTV Movie Awards: Best Fight for Barb Wire (1996).
She was also nominated in 2005 for Teen Choice Award’s Choice TV Actress: Comedy for Stacked.