Pamela Blake (Pamela Blake)

Pamela Blake

Actress. She appeared in more than fifty B-movies from the mid-1930’s until the 1950’s and had roles opposite such leading men as John Wayne in “Wyoming Outlaw” (1939) and Alan Ladd in “This Gun for Hire” (1942). Born Adele Pearce in Oakland, she studied acting after a first place finish in a beauty contest and pursued a career in Hollywood. She signed with RKO Pictures and was later under contract with MGM. After making her big screen debut in the 1934 picture “Eight Girls in a Boat”, she had further credits with “The Utah Trail” (1938), “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” (1941), “Kid Dynamite” (1943), “Chick Carter, Detective” (1946), “The Sea Hound” (1947) and “Ghost of Zorro” (1949). She he appearances on such television programs as “The Cisco Kid” and “The Range Rider”. During the mid-1950’s, she retired from the entertainment industry to raise her family. She was formerly married to actor and television personality Michael Stokey.

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Born

  • August, 06, 1915
  • USA
  • Alameda County, California

Died

  • October, 06, 2009
  • USA
  • Las Vegas, Nevada

Cemetery

  • Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery
  • Clark County, Nevada
  • USA

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