Pamela Mason Biography (1918-1996)

Born March 10, 1918 (one source says 1916), in Westgate, England (another source says Southend-on-Sea, England); naturalized U.S. citizen in 1959; died resulting from heart failure, June 29, 1996, in Beverly Hills, CA. Actor, talk-show host, author. Mason gained prominence as an actor in several motion pictures, including I Met a Murderer, a film for which she wrote the screenplay with her husband, actor James Mason. Her first novel, This Little Hand, was published in the early 1940s. In 1946, the Masons moved to Hollywood, California. She appeared in several films and television shows, including Accused, TheJames Mason Show, and My Wicked, Wicked, Ways: The Legend of Errol Flynn. She hosted two talk shows: the Pamela Mason Show and The Weaker Sex, both of which aired in the 1960s. Her written works include Marriage Is the First StepToward Divorce, Del Palma, The Blinds Are Down, and The Female Pleasure Hunt.

English, American
actor, author
Birth Details
March 10, 1918
Westgate, England
Death Details
June 29, 1996
Beverly Hills, California, United States

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