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Saturday, 8 September 2012

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Pamela Anderson is one of the best looking 45-year-old women in the USA. (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

MARINA DEL REY - Pamela Anderson was speaking before the annual convention of Motion Picture Stunt Men & Women when she was asked an interesting question.

A stunt woman, identified as Maravilla "Bruises" Muggintocker, 29, asked her about the fact that comedian Joan Rivers, who is Jewish, was being considered for the role of Mother Teresa in the TouchRock production of Mother May I - The Mother Teresa Story.

Anderson replied that it was the first she had heard about it. She then remarked that people forget that actors can portray anyone in the past, male, female, or even hermaphrodites like Hitler and Jack The Ripper.

She went on to say that she vividly recalls when she was a little girl seeing Brigitte Bardot starring in a film in which she portrayed Mrs. Santa Claus.

At the time, Pamela wondered why her mother and father were laughing so hard at the drive-in theater screen when Bardot first appeared dressed up in a red and green velour romper outfit with a little elf cap.

Anderson stated that another time she remembers seeing one of the skinniest male actors in history, Woody Allen portraying a Roman gladiator in the film Lions 7 - Gladiators 0.

She told the assembled stuntmen, stuntwomen, and one stunt toddler that if anyone should know about Hollywood typecasting it should be them since they are a big part of most motion pictures that come out of Tinsel Town except of course for the porn films that are mostly filmed in the San Francisco - Sausalito area.

SIDENOTE: Anderson pointed out to the crowd that the recent explicitly nude photos that appeared on the Internet website www.slambamthankyoupam.hot are not of her but of a Pamela Anderson impersonator Bellatrix "Hooters" Hootonskeller, of Saginaw, Michigan.

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