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Pamela Britton and her Six-year-old daughter Kathy. - RRX36425

AdID: 646777

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRX36425

Height: 8

Width: 10

Source: Rogers


Photo measures 8 x 10. Pamela Britton (March 19, 1923 – June 17, 1974) was an actress best known for appearing as "Loralee Brown" in the television series My Favorite Martian (1963–1966). She also appeared in the film noir classic D.O.A. (1950). She was born Armilda Jane Owen in Milwaukee. Her mother was Ethel Waite Owen (1893–1997), a prominent stage, radio, and early television actress. Her father, Raymond G. Owen, was a doctor who died when the actress was twenty years old. She had two sisters, Virginia, an actress under contract to RKO Radio Pictures and Mary, a social worker.
Pamela attended State Teacher's Normal School and Holy Angels Academy in her hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, taking leads in her school class plays. By the age of nine she was doing summer stock and Hollywood came calling at ten though her mother rejected the advances, saying she wanted her to be an actress, not a child star. Pamela started making the rounds at fifteen using the name Gloria Jane Owen but found that as soon as people knew who her mother was they expected her to be as accomplished as the respected dramatic actress. She chose the name Pamela from a British book and Britton to emphasise the source.(Wikipedia)