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Pamela Anderson’s net worth in 2023 will shock you

Pamela Anderson is an icon in entertainment & activism. She first rose to fame as the star of Baywatch, which made her a household name around the world. Although initially known for her on-screen roles, today Pamela Anderson has become an active advocate for animal rights, women’s rights, and environmental causes. 

In this article, we’ll explore the career of Pamela Anderson; from her days on Baywatch to her current activism and what her net worth is now.

Early screen roles

Pamela Anderson was born in Ladysmith, British Columbia in 1967, and moved to Vancouver when she was still a young girl. After working odd jobs and doing some modeling work, she caught a break when she became a contestant on The Dating Game in 1989. This led to more television appearances including Home Improvement and Married…With Children where she started to make a name for herself.

However, it was her role as CJ Parker on the long-running show Baywatch that cemented her place in pop culture history. The iconic show saw Pamela Anderson playing a lifeguard who saved drowning tourists along with her co-stars David Hasselhoff, Alexandra Paul, and Yasmine Bleeth. 

It ran for 11 years between 1989 and 2001 and achieved worldwide popularity – to this day, most people associate Pamela Anderson with Baywatch when they hear her name.

Foray into film & music

After becoming such an iconic figure due to her success on Baywatch, Pamela Anderson decided to try out other screen roles outside of television while continuing some small cameos on Baywatch every now and then. She participated in films like Barb Wire (1996), Blonde & Blonder (2008), Scary Movie 3 (2003), and Borat (2006), among others throughout her career.

Additionally, Pamela Anderson dabbled in music by releasing two studio albums: Pam’s Playground (1994) which included singles like “Show Me Heaven”, “Hot Pantz”, “Never Mind What Your Mama Say” among others; The Unexpected (1998). However, both albums were not commercially successful so she ceased operations shortly after their release – although many fans remain die-hard followers of these records!

Peta campaigns and other activistic endeavors

One of the most important aspects of Pamela Anderson’s career is undoubtedly been activism – particularly concerning animal rights. With Peta campaigns such as ‘Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur‘ or ‘I’d Rather Go Naked than Wear Leather’, Pamela quickly became one of the faces synonymous with Peta campaigns around the world. Furthermore, she is also an active advocate for environmental causes such as Greenpeace initiatives or climate change awareness campaigns. 

Additionally, over time she has shown support towards LGBTQ+ initiatives in Canada as well as advocated against violent based video games – through which she proposed ways companies can design games without resorting to violence as a means of entertainment.

Later work & lasting legacy

After taking part in many film ventures during the late 90s and early 2000s – ranging from comedy films like Superhero Movie (2008) or ensemble films like I Know Who Killed Me (2007), things slowed down slightly for Pam later on during the 2010s decade. However, we must not forget about all those small but meaningful television roles that shaped our childhood memories; from Stripperella (2003-2004) or True Jackson VP (2008-2011). 

While still occasionally appearing on red carpets even today, overall these past few years have seen Pam focus more heavily on activism rather than acting itself.

Money, money, money

Pamela Anderson is estimated to have a net worth of around $12 million. She has had a successful career in both the entertainment industry and as an activist. Anderson has appeared on the television series Baywatch, starred in several films, and published two books. Her activism work includes supporting animal rights, environmental protection, and addiction awareness.

It’s clear she’s had a successful career and is now speaking out in a Netflix documentary titled Pamela, a love story

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