Pamela Tiffin (Pamela Tiffin Wonso)
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BiographyOklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Born in Oklahoma City in October 1942, gorgeous Pamela Tiffin grew up in Chicago, where she began a modeling career while in her early teens. She moved to New York to model and attend college, but she became so successful in her modeling career that college soon took a back seat. On a trip to California, Tiffin met producer Hal B. Wallis (husband of actress Martha Hyer) who was so impressed with the beautiful teenager that he cast her in the Tennessee Williams drama Summer and Smoke (1961). Read more... Best Supporting Actress and Most Promising Female Newcomer categories) in early 1962. Later that year, Tiffin married magazine mogul Clay Felker. Knockout Pamela Tiffin posed for a number of cheesecake shots in the 1960s. Legendary director Billy Wilder was taken with Tiffin's comedic skills and cast her in the Coca-Cola-themed One, Two, Three (1961) with James Cagney and Arlene Francis. Afterward, Tiffin would make a number of light-hearted romantic comedies including The Pleasure Seekers (1964) with Ann-Margret and Carol Lynley and For Those Who Think Young (1964) with James Darren and Tina Louise and Harper (1966) starring Paul Newman. With her marriage failing, she went to Italy in the mid 1960s to star in a number of sexy comedies including Straziami ma di baci saziami (1968) with Nino Manfredi and Ugo Tognazzi directed by Dino Risi. In 1974 Tiffin remarried, and she retired from the screen to raise a family and pursue other interests. Today she lives in New York with husband Edmondo Danon and her two daughters.