Pamela Tiffin Biography,Age,Husband,Today,Movies and Net Worth

Pamela Tiffin born (Pamela Tiffin Wonso) is a retired American film actress. She grew up in Chicago, where she achieved success as a teen model.

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Pamela Tiffin Biography

Pamela Tiffin born (Pamela Tiffin Wonso) is a retired American film actress. She grew up in Chicago, where she achieved success as a teen model. She attended Hunter College and appeared in a short Music of Williamsburg (1960). She was spotted by producer Hal Wallis who had her screen tested.
This led to her being cast in a film version of the play Summer and Smoke (1961) by playwright Tennessee Williams.

Pamela Tiffin Age

She was born on October 13, 1942, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.

Pamela Tiffin Height

She measures 1.87 meters tall.
She weighs 87 kilograms.

Pamela Tiffin Husband

She has been in two marriages. Her first marriage was with Clay Felker, the late American magazine editor, whom she married in 1962 and divorced in 1969. Her second marriage was with Edmondo Danon, who is a philosopher, who is a son of the Italian movie producer Marcello Danon. They married in 1974 and have two daughters, Echo and Aurora.

Pamela Tiffin Daughters

She has two lovely daughters Echo Danon and Aurora Danon.

Pamela Tiffin Movies

  • One, Two, Three 1961
  • The Pleasure Seekers 1964
  • For Those Who Think Young
  • State Fair 1962
  • The Lively Set
  • The Hallelujah Trail
  • Come Fly with Me 1963
  • Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears
  • Kiss the Other Sheik
  • The Fifth Cord
  • Viva Max!
  • Summer and Smoke 1961
  • Torture Me But Kill Me with Kisses
  • The Almost Perfect Crime
  • The Protagonists (1968 film)
  • L’arcangelo 1969

Pamela Tiffin Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of  $15,468,956 Dollars. If any information is proved about her net worth will update you soon.

Pamela Tiffin Harper

Harper (released in the UK as The Moving Target) is a 1966 American Technicolor mystery film based on Ross Macdonald’s novel The Moving Target in Panavision and adapted for the screen by novelist William Goldman, who admired MacDonald’s writings.
The film stars Paul Newman as the eponymous Lew Harper (Lew Archer in the novel). It is directed by Jack Smight, with an ensemble cast that includes Robert Wagner, Julie Harris, Janet Leigh, Shelley Winters, and Arthur Hill. Pamela Tiffin was cast in the film as Miranda Sampson.

Pamela Tiffin To Tell The Truth

To Tell the Truth, is an American television panel game show in which four celebrity panelists are presented with three contestants and must identify which is the “central character” whose unusual occupation or experience has been read out by the show’s moderator/host.
When the panelists question the contestants, the two “impostors” may lie whereas the “central character” must tell the truth. The setup adds the “impostor” element to the format of What’s My Line? and I’ve Got a Secret.