Pamela Tiffin

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Pamela Tiffin

Pamela Tiffin

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Pamela Tiffin

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: October 13, 1942
Date of Passing: December 02, 2020
Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Obituary: Hollywood Reporter

Pamela Tiffin was an American actress.

Tiffin was spotted by producer Hal B. Wallis when she was vacationing in Los Angeles and visiting the Paramount Pictures lot. She was screen tested and cast in the 1961 film Summer and Smoke (with Laurence Harvey).

She went on to co-star opposite James Cagney in Billy Wilder's 1961 comedy One, Two Three, winning a Golden Globe nomination for that role and for her work in Summer and Smoke.

Pamela Tiffin was an American actress.

Tiffin was spotted by producer Hal B. Wallis when she was vacationing in Los Angeles and visiting the Paramount Pictures lot. She was screen tested and cast in the 1961 film Summer and Smoke (with Laurence Harvey).

She went on to co-star opposite James Cagney in Billy Wilder's 1961 comedy One, Two Three, winning a Golden Globe nomination for that role and for her work in Summer and Smoke.

Tiffin also appeared in the films State Fair (with Bobby Darin), For Those Who Think Young and The Lively Set (both with James Darren), The Pleasure Seekers (with Ann-Margret), The Hallelujah Trail (with Burt Lancaster), and Harper (with Paul Newman).

Moving to Italy in 1967, Tiffin appeared in several films there, most notably Torture Me But Kill Me With Kisses.

On television, Tiffin was seen in episodes of The Fugitive, Vacation Playhouse, and The Survivors. She was also seen in the 1969 made-for-TV film The Last of the Powerseekers (with Ralph Bellamy).

She also appeared in a 1966 Broadway revival of George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber's 1932 play Dinner at Eight, and in a Playboy photo shoot in 1969. Tiffin retired from acting in 1974.

Tiffin died December 2, 2020, in New York City, New York. She was 78.

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