Miss February 1990

Pamela Anderson


5' 7"
July 1, 1967
Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Miss February 1990

About Pamela Anderson

Blonde-haired, blue-eyed beach body Pamela Anderson needs no introduction – and besides, we’d rather she ran her mouth in slow motion. Born in the aptly-named Ladysmith, a small town in coastal British Columbia, Pam was raised in a working-class family, and at first, she followed in her mother’s footsteps as a waitress. But she tired of waiting tables, and at nineteen, she packed her bags and moved to Vancouver. In the summer of 1989, she went football game, and she ended up on the video screen, wearing a form-fitting Labatt’s Beer t-shirt. The crowd went wild, and in a career-generating publicity stunt, Labatt featured Pam in a series of ads – and in October 1989, we featured her on the cover of Playboy magazine. It wasn’t long before the young Miss Anderson became Miss February 1990, and we think it’s safe to say that her Centerfold has been on more bedroom walls than the light switch. Though one of the best-loved Playmates in Playboy history, Pam had her sights set on the TV screen, and she made a strategic move to Los Angeles, California. She got her feet wet as the original Tool Time girl on Home Improvement, and two seasons later, she took the plunge as C.J. Parker on the hit series Baywatch, a role she played to her best – and bustiest – abilities. Since then, she’s been featured in Raw Justice, Barb Wire and Baywatch: The Movie, and has made appearances on Big Brother and Dancing With the Stars. Her personal life has been just as highly publicized – her marriages to Tommy Lee and Kid Rock made tabloid headlines for ten years, and her veganism and support of animal rights made her a promotional model for PETA. All in all, her career with Playboy has spanned four decades, and she’s been on more of our covers than any other model – our Canadian girl is an all-American sex symbol, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

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