Pamela Anderson


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Pamela Denise Anderson (born July 1, 1967) is a Canadian actress, sex symbol, glamour model, producer, author, and former show girl.

Anderson is best known for her roles on the television series Home Improvement, Baywatch, and V.I.P. She was chosen as a Playmate of the Month for Playboy magazine in February 1990. For a time, she was known as Pamela Anderson Lee (or Pamela Lee Anderson) after marrying Mötley Crüe drummer, Tommy Lee. She holds both American and Canadian citizenships.

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On Playboy - 25th March 2009

Some might think that holding the record for the most Playboy covers could be viewed as something of a dubious honor – it is not exactly a Nobel Prize – but it is actually an achievement of which I am very proud. I love and greatly admire Playboy, its history and its founder.

It is easy to forget what a pioneer Hugh Hefner was in the early days of Playboy – his very real achievements have made him one of the recognizable (and envied!) men in the world. It is all too easy to ignore the immense cultural and literary significance of the magazine itself. Mr. Hefner hired the very best writers and paid them more than anyone else. Without his support many of my favourites writers and artists would have a had a much harder time surviving their early years – Kurt Vonnegut and Margaret Atwood, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol all worked for the magazine. Perhaps sucked in by the beautiful women on the cover whom we celebrate today, the reader would find important literature and art from these geniuses along with interviews with John Lennon or Miles Davis, or Fidel Castro or Jimmy Carter. Mr. Hefner fought tirelessly for freedom of expression and for human rights – Playboy was one of the first magazines to put an African American woman on the cover. While his detractors were accusing him of exploiting women he actually did more for the women’s movement than any other man of his generation. Behind the affable pipe smoker in the casual robe there was a determined revolutionary who played a major hand in freeing all of us from the repressive, racist and sexist conventions of the 50s – and from the sheer boredom these attitudes engendered.

I am delighted and honored that my breasts and I were able to play a role in helping this freedom-fighter achieve so many of his goals. It may not be quite like fighting alongside Che in the jungle or anything but I like to think that I may have contributed in a small way to helping Mr. Hefner in his efforts to bring this country (and the world) just a little bit closer to really being the Land of the Free. And as long as Mr. Hefner still lives in his mansion so far as I am concerned it is certainly still the Home of the Brave. I love him, I admire him and I am very proud to call him one of my dearest friends.

I celebrate all of Playboy’s achievements, both the serious and the sensual ones, both the sociologically progressive ones and the plain silly ones. I identify with all of them! And I am thus thrilled and delighted to be asked to contribute to this celebration of the specifically artistic, aesthetic and sexy achievement represented by this collection of beautiful covers.


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