Mason, Pamela (1918–1996)
Mason, Pamela (1918–1996)
English actress, author and talk-show host. Name variations: Pamela Kellino. Born Pamela Ostrer, Mar 10, 1918, in Westgate-on-Sea, Kent, England; died June 29, 1996, in Beverly Hills, CA; dau. of Isidore Ostrer (head of family that controlled Gaumont British studios); m. Roy Kellino (director, producer and cine-matographer, div. 1940); m. James Mason (actor), 1941 (div. 1964); children: Morgan and Portland Mason Schuyler (1948–2004, actress and writer).
Under Pamela Kellino, appeared on Broadway with James Mason in Bathsheba (1947); on tv, appeared on "The James Mason Show" (1956) and had 2 talk shows of her own: "The Pamela Mason Show" (1965) and "The Weaker(?) Sex" (1968).
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