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My tribute thread to Pamela Suzzette Grier




Born in Winston-Salem North Carolina in May 1949, beautiful Pam Grier grew up at a number of Air Force bases in America and England. Eventually, her family settled in Denver, Colorado, where she graduated from high school and began taking college courses. In 1969, Grier entered a beauty contest in Colorado Springs where she was spotted by an agent.

Seizing this opportunity, she left college and went to Hollywood, taking a job as a switchboard operator and studying acting. In 1970, she snagged a small role in Russ Meyer's Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, released by 20th Century Fox, and she also took a job as a switchboard operator at American International Pictures.

Upon hearing that Roger Corman's New World Pictures was casting for a couple of films, she tried out for a role and got it. In late 1970, Grier went to the Phillipines to shoot Women in Cages (1971; with Roberta Collins) and The Big Doll House (1971; with Sid Haig). The popularity of these films sent Pam Grier on her way to stardom.


Grier starred in a string of 'chicks in chains' films before moving on to the blackspoitation genre. Mostly shot in the Phillipines, these titles include Black Mama, White Mama (1972; with Sid Haig and Lynn Borden) and The Arena (1973; with Daniele Vargas), among others. New World's 'chicks in chains' films were strictly low budget but generated a lot of revenue for Roger Corman's New World Pictures.

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The budget for The Big Doll House was a mere $120,000 but the film made more than $10 million at the box office. Grier also dabbled in singing at this time; she sang the theme song in The Big Doll House, titled Long-Time Woman, a song which was also used in Jackie Brown (1997; with Samuel L. Jackson). Grier can also be heard singing backup on several Bobby Womack albums from the early 1970s.


Billed as 'The Baddest One-Chick Hit-Squad that ever hit town!', Pam Grier's 1973 vehicle Coffy was specifically written for her by veteran director Jack Hill. Grier stars as a nurse whose adolescent sister was hooked on drugs by a street pusher, and bent on revenge, Coffy murders them all. Incredibly violent with lots of nudity and highly entertaining, this one's not for the kiddies. Coffy started a short-lived trend in films, followed up by Grier's Foxy Brown (1974; with Peter Brown) and Cleopatra Jones (1973; with Tamara Dobson).



Although Pam Grier emerged as a talented performer, she became so identified with the blacksploitation genre that, when it died out in the mid 1970s, her career suffered. To rebuild her career, she took on supporting roles in a number of projects and by the early 1980s, she was regularly acting in big-budget films, such as Fort Apache, the Bronx (1981; with Paul Newman).

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Grier dated basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar during the early 1970s and actor/comedian Richard Pryor in 1977. She was also romantically linked to actor/comedian Freddie Prinze in the 1970s. In 1998, she was engaged to music executive Kevin Evans, but they split in 1999.

Diagnosed with cancer in the late 1980s and given less than two years to live, Grier managed to beat the illness and continue with her acting career. Today, she's more popular and busier than ever, with her hit Showtime TV series The L Word. She occasionally guest-stars in such television series as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (where she is a recurring character).


Still gorgeous today!!!!!


[Edited 4/5/08 8:30am]
"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #1 posted 04/05/08 8:19am

noimageatall

I first saw Ms. Grier in Foxy Brown. I was not even a teenager yet, and got in some serious trouble for sneaking into an R-rated movie. From that point on I was in awe of her. I have tried to watch everything she acted in, good or so-so. cool

She is just a timeless beauty, who seems to look even better as the years go by. One of the reasons I watch The L Word is because she's in it.



filmography

Back in the Day (2005) with Ja Rule, Ving Rhames, Tia Carrere, and Frank Langella
1st to Die (2003) with Tracy Pollan
Baby of the Family (2002) with Vanessa Williams
The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002) with Eddie Murphy, Randy Quaid, Jay Mohr, Peter Boyle, John Cleese, and Illeana Douglas
Love the Hard Way (2001) with Adrien Brody
Bones (2001) with Snoop Dogg
Ghosts of Mars (2001) with Ice Cube, Joanna Cassidy, and Rosemary Forsyth
3 A.M. (2001) with Danny Glover
Wilder (2000) with Rutger Hauer
Snow Day (2000) with Chris Elliott, Jean Smart, Iggy Pop, John Schneider, and Chevy Chase
Fortress 2 (1999) with Christopher Lambert
Holy Smoke (1999) with Kate Winslet and Harvey Keitel
In Too Deep (1999) with Omar Epps and LL Cool J
Jawbreaker (1999) with Rose McGowan and P.J. Soles
No Tomorrow (1998) with Gary Busey
Fakin' Da Funk (1997) with Margaret Cho and Tone Loc
Jackie Brown (1997) with Samuel L. Jackson, Bridget Fonda, and Sid Haig
Strip Search (1997) with Michael Paré
Mars Attacks! (1996) with Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Annette Bening, Pierce Brosnan, Danny DeVito, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tom Jones, and Jim Brown
Family Blessings (1996) with Lynda Carter
Escape from L.A. (1996) with Kurt Russell and Steve Buscemi
Original Gangstas (1996) with Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, Richard Roundtree, and Ron O'Neal
Serial Killer (1995) with Kim Delaney
Posse (1993) with Mario Van Peebles, Issac Hayes, and Paul Bartel
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991) with Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, and George Carlin
Class of 1999 (1990) with Stacy Keach
The Package (1989) with Gene Hackman
Above the Law (1988) with Steven Seagal and Sharon Stone
The Allnighter (1987) with Suzanna Hoffs
The Vindicator (1986)
On the Edge (1985) with Bruce Dern
Stand Alone (1985) with Charles Durning
Badge of the Assassin (1985) with James Woods and Yaphet Kotto
Tough Enough (1983) with Dennis Quaid and Warren Oates
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983) with Jason Robards
Fort Apache, the Bronx (1981) with Paul Newman and Ed Asner
Greased Lightning (1977) with Richard Pryor and Beau Bridges
The Night of the High Tide (1977) with Giacomo Rossi-Stuart
Drum (1976) with Ken Norton and Warren Oates
Bucktown (1975) with Fred Williamson, Thalmus Rasulala, and Carl Weathers
Friday Foster (1975) with Carl Weathers, Yaphet Kotto, and Thalmus Rasulala
Sheba, Baby (1975)
Foxy Brown (1974) with Peter Brown, Antonio Fargas, Sid Haig, and Katheryn Loder
The Arena (1973) with Margaret Markov and Daniele Vargas
Coffy (1973) with Booker Bradshaw, Robert DoQui, Allan Arbus, and Sid Haig
Scream, Blacula, Scream! (1973) with William Marshall, Don Mitchell, Michael Conrad, Lynne Moody, and Barbara Rhoades
The Big Bird Cage (1972) with Sid Haig, Candice Roman, and Anitra Ford
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) with Sid Haig, Lynn Borden, and Margaret Markov
Cool Breeze (1972) with Thalmus Rasulala and John Lupton
Hit Man (1972) with Bernie Casey
The Twilight People (1972) with John Ashley
The Big Doll House (1971) with Sig Haig and Katheryn Loder
Women in Cages (1971)
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) with Michael Blodgett and Edy Williams; directed by Russ Meyer; screenplay by Roger Ebert

TELEVISION SERIES
The L Word, 2004- TV series. Grier portrays Kit Porter
Linc's, 1998-1999 TV series
Miami Vice, 1984-1989 TV series. Grier portrayed Valerie Gordon during the 1984-1985 season


I loved her in Miami Vice as Tubbs' girlfriend.





"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #2 posted 04/05/08 8:28am

noimageatall

Just gorgeous....







Awards/nominations
Black Reel Awards
2002, Best Actress: Bones (Nominated)
Daytime Emmy Awards
2000, Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program: Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Ever Child (Nominated)
Golden Globe
1998, Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy: Jackie Brown (Nominated)
Image Awards
2006, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: The L Word (Nominated)
2005, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: The L Word (Nominated)
2004, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Law & Order: SVU (Nominated)
2003, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Law & Order: SVU (Nominated)
2002, Outstanding Actress in a Mini-Series/ Television Movie: 3 a.m. (Nominated)
2000, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: Linc's (Nominated)
1999, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: Linc's (Nominated)
1998, Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture: Jackie Brown (Nominated)
Satellite Awards
1998, Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy Motion Picture: Jackie Brown (Nominated)
Screen Actors Guild
1998, Oustanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role: Jackie Brown (Nominated)



"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #3 posted 04/05/08 8:31am

DanceWme

Pam Grier is an icon clapping


And she's HOT!!!!!
Reply #4 posted 04/05/08 8:33am

heybaby

nice!!!! clapping
Reply #5 posted 04/05/08 8:36am

One4All4Ever

she can have me mr.green
Reply #6 posted 04/05/08 8:53am

noimageatall

Yes...she is an icon/Goddess/idol and is still hot at 59.....

With Rose McGowan in Jawbreaker.




With Kelly Lynch in The L Word



Pam and Jonathan Rhys Meyers

"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #7 posted 04/05/08 9:06am

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"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #8 posted 04/05/08 9:24am

SCNDLS

I LOVE Pam Grier. Even in blaxploitation films she was, I think, the first black female portrayed as powerful and in control of her own sexuality. Somehow, Pam was able to transcend the inherent sexism and racism of the roles and allow her spirit to shine through. She was and STILL is a baaaaad. . . SHUT YO MOUF. woot! thumbs up! cool
Reply #9 posted 04/05/08 9:48am

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Her father, Clarence Ransom Grier was an Air Force mechanic and her mother, Gwendolyn Samuels was a nurse. When Pam was 8, the family moved to Europe, traveling to Germany and England before finally settling at a military base in England.

When Pam was 14, her father retired from the military and the family settled in Denver, Colorado, just in time for Pam to begin attending high school. She attended East High School and it was from this school that she graduated. Pam has stated in interviews that living in Colorado was "rough". Upon the family’s return from Europe, Pam said she felt awkward around her peers because of her affection for afternoon tea, her fastidious manners and her slight accent. Boys in high school did not notice her much and she almost did not have a date for the senior prom. Bet most of those boys are kicking themselves now. Hard to imagine that a woman so beautiful would feel unattractive and would not attract attention almost anywhere. Harder still to believe that boys would overlook her.

After graduating high school, Pam enrolled in Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. Initially, before even considering a career in acting, Pam was planning on a career in medicine. As quoted in an Ebony profile, "When I was a young girl, I never thought of acting. I never thought of television, of fans, movie stars, signing autographs. It never crossed my mind."

It was during her time at MSC that Pam entered the Miss Colorado Universe contest. She entered with the hopes of winning the prize money in order to defray college costs. This was in 1967 and it must have been a very difficult decision to make, considering that Pam was the only African-American contestant in the pageant. Even against those odds, Pam placed second in the contest and also managed to draw the attention of David Baumgarten, a talent agent who handled some high profile performers at the time. It was he who first suggested that she make the move to Hollywood. However, Pam was reluctant to do this.

It was at her mother’s urging that she decided to make the move. Once in Hollywood, she signed on with Baumgarten’s Agency of the Performing Arts and began attending acting classes. When the roles did not come to her, Pam took a job as a switchboard operator at Roger Corman’s American International Pictures (AIP). Bet they never had a switchboard operator with such a seductive voice before. The move from Baumgarten’s office to AIP was definitely a wise choice. It was Corman who helped Pam to land her first role, her debut in "Beyond in the Valley of the Dolls" where she is credited as "Partygoer".



It was Corman who gave her the first bigger breaks into films, with roles in The Big Bird Cage (1971) and "The Big Doll House" (1971). Though these types of movies were considered the lowest of low budget, it did show an early star potential that most people still enjoy today. They were cheap thrills for men, but for women during these times, they said so much more about the plight of women and the limited choices they had at that time. It also exposed the side of Hollywood that everyone was more than willing to ignore. That women, especially women of color, were pretty much overlooked until they needed the appropriate victim or the piece of eye-candy for the male lead.

While spending time making the WIP movies in the Philippines Pam contracted a normally deadly tropical disease that caused the loss of her hair and temporary blindness for a month. She survived, though it took almost a year for full recovery.

After her early start in WIP movies, Pam moved onto such movies as Coffy, Sheba Baby and Friday Foster to name a few. It was with these movies that Pam cemented her "tough girl" image. She was the woman who didn’t take anything from anybody and she could kick ass with the best of them. It was these films that made her a bankable female lead. Only two other stars at that time (Barbra Streisand and Liza Minelli) had this bankable quality that assured studios of a hit, and neither was as good on film as Pam. She made her characters believable and brought the action to a much bigger audience.



She managed to keep her characters likable, even when she was cutting off some guy’s penis in the process. razz Hey, it wasn’t like she didn’t have good reason for that. It was the tough-sexy image that managed to help land her on the cover of Ms. and New York Magazine. She became a model for both feminists and the African-American community. Many people can credit Pam with changing their negative towards both women and the black community. That is quite an accomplishment. It was movies such as Coffy, Sheba Baby and Friday Foster that earned Pam the title "Queen of Blaxploitation".

Even though Hollywood tried to limit her, Pam managed to shine in every role she was given. She took it and made it so much more than most other actors could have done. She was pioneer and has certainly been underappreciated in Hollywood. She paved the way for the future African-American stars of today. She had a fierce independence which is still evident today, and it was this type of attitude which truly gave her a great deal of influence in her roles. During a time when minorities and women were largely ignored, Pam commanded attention.

It was after the popularity of the "blaxploitation" films began dying down in the late 70’s that Pam took a much needed break and took up other interests. Some of these included intensive dance lessons, singing lessons and piano lessons.

It was after this time off and watching a friend, Minnie Riperton die of cancer that Pam decided to start working again, this time seeking more challenging roles. One of these first roles was in Fort Apache, The Bronx. In this film, she plays Charlotte, a drug-addicted prostitute with a particular fondness for murder.



Some would say that she took her preparation for the role a little too seriously, forgoing sleep and losing a great deal of weight. She hung around the streets, learning to blend in and work out her character’s attitude. It is unfortunate that a great deal of the film in which Pam appeared was left on the cutting room floor. The performance that she gave in this movie will always remain unforgettable.

There have been many more movies since Fort Apache. Even in smaller roles, Pam always manages to stand out in any film and the parts always seem to be extremely interesting and entertaining. Pam has managed to avoid the typical Hollywood typecasting syndrome She has played such varied roles as cop, prostitute, nurse, photographer, mother, lawyer among them.

One of the best known films that Pam has been has to be Jackie Brown. This was the role that Quentin Tarantino had told Pam that he was adapting specifically for her. He certainly did make the right choice there. Though people had said that this was her "comeback" most of her fans were asking what they meant by comeback, just as Pam did herself. She’s always been here. Pam was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Jackie Brown, and it is criminal that she did not win. If anybody deserved the award, it was Pam.




Even when not making films, there have been numerous guest appearances on television. Pam has also done several plays over the years, among them Frankie and Johnnie at the Claire De Lune and Telltale Hearts.

Beautiful, seductive, tough and talented, Pam seems born to be in films. Even though there were some slow times and some tough times, Pam has managed to come through all of this better and stronger than before.

Even at 59, Pam puts women half her age to shame with her great looks. She has credited her mother’s incredible genes for her youthful appearance along with Chinese herbs. For those of you who are of Native American descent, then you should be familiar with diaper wiping. Most people hear about this but just can’t believe it’s true. Take a good long look at Pam and how great she looks today. Still wonder if it works? If you do, then you need to get your glasses adjusted.
"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #10 posted 04/05/08 10:02am

DexMSR

clapping clapping clapping

thumbs up!
The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them. -- Mark Twain.

BOB JOHNSON IS PART OF THE PROBLEM!!
Reply #11 posted 04/05/08 10:22am

noimageatall

Some interesting "facts" about lovely Pamela.

She is the cousin of football great, Rosie Grier.

Pam ran track in high school.

During her early career, she did many of her own stunts. Much of her early work was also attacked by mainstream groups because of the violence and nudity. Pam's comment about the nudity? "We've got $20 million actresses today who are nude in Vanilla Sky, nude in Swordfish. So what did I do different? I got paid less, but that's it." And she looked a lot better doing it. nod

In 1988, Pam was diagnosed with cancer and given 18 months. After a long, hard battle that included numerous surgeries, chemo and radiation, Pam beat the odds. She has also credited traditional Chinese medicine in her fight with breast cancer. "I go for just a regular checkup. All of a sudden, I've got… an invasive cancer, and I have 18 months to live." After five years the cancer was declared to be in remission.



In an effort to give a convincing performance as Charlotte in Fort Apache, The Bronx, Pam hung out around 9th and 10th Aves. watching the prostitutes work. For the audition she practiced her lines alone in a hotel room devoid of furniture for three days. She also let her appearance go for the movie, not shaving and losing weight.

Ever wonder why Pam chose to move back to Colorado after living in the LA? In 1981, when she was returning to her home to her place in Beverly Hills, she was approached by an LAPD officer, who instructed her to raise her hands, all the while pointing his .44 Mag at her back. When Pam tried to explain that this was her house, the officer got angry and claimed that she was lying about that. It wasn’t until a next door neighbor confirmed her identity that the officer let her go. As Pam has stated in interviews, "I did exactly what he told me to do, spread my legs and kept my hands up. Sweat was coming down my back. I wanted to scratch but I knew if I did, I’d be a white chalk mark on the driveway." Several months later, Pam bought a ranch in Denver and moved back there permanently. confused

Pam had auditioned for two different parts in Tarantino’s "Pulp Fiction", but did not get either role. Quentin Tarantino (Jackie Brown) renamed the title character of the film as an homage to Foxy Brown. The original character was named Jackie Burke and Tarantino changed the name to Jackie Brown. The character in the book "Rum Punch" was also specifically described as a white woman. However, Tarantino wrote the screenplay specifically with Pam in mind, never even realizing the discrepancy. Not that it mattered in the end; Pam gave a powerhouse performance in that movie. This was an Oscar-deserving, and there still hasn't really been a good reason given why she did not receive this honor.



Pam was a back-up singer for Bobby Womack. The albums were "Communication" (1971 United Artists Records and "Understanding" (1972 United Artists Records). It is Womack’s recording of "Across 110th Street" from 1972 that is the theme song of the movie "Jackie Brown". If you have some Bobby Womack albums, check them out. You will most likely find Pam's name on some of them. Pam also sang in her church choir when she was younger. She also sang the title theme song "Long-Time Woman" for the movie, "The Big Bird Cage". The song can also be heard again in "Jackie Brown". She also sang back-up vocals for Lou Rawls and Sly Stone.

Pam was nominated for an NAACP award for her performance in "Jackie Brown". She has been nominated at least 10 times by the NAACP. She also won an award for "Fool for Love" the Sam Shepard play.

She was the first African-American woman to appear on the cover on Ms. Magazine in the August 1975 issue.

Though she refused to pose nude for Playboy, she did a spread for Players magazine in the 70's.

Pam is part Caucasian, part African-American on her father's side, part Native American and part Asian on her mother's side.



Pam was initially asked to audition to play Tina Turner, who just makes 5 feet, in "What's Love Got To Do With It". The part eventually went to Angela Bassett when Pam was deemed too tall for the part.

Foxy Brown, a wonderfully talented singer, chose that name in honor of Pam and that excellent movie.

Pam has been linked romantically with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Richard Pryor and record producer Kevin Evans. The relationship with Abdul-Jabbar ended when Pam refused to convert to his Islamic religion and the relationship with Pryor ended when he refused to get help for his drug problems.

After she was diagnosed with cancer in the late '80s and given 18 months to live, today, not only is the '70s action diva healthy, "I'm as energetic as I've ever been and my sex drive today is so intensified that I just drive myself crazy," she says. "I feel better than I felt at 19." As quoted to Ebony Magazine for the 20 Greatest Sex Symbols.



Pam is an avid reader and the book that she considered like her bible at one point was "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu.

At one time, Pam rented space at the old Francis Ford Coppolla studios in order to work on her writing skills. "I wanted to hone my skills for screenwriting and theater because the dynamics are different."

Earlier in her career, Pam started her own production company which is still in existence today. At one time it was reported that the company was Brown Sun Productions. This name may still be the same or it may have changed at some point over the years.

Pam purchased the rights to a novel by E. Lynn Harris, "Not A Day Goes By" which her company will be producing. She is set to play Eva a person who will make "Mommie Dearest" look like mother of the year.

Pam has stated in various interviews that the hardest role she has ever taken on was in the Frankie and Johnnie, for which she gained 80 pounds.



Has Pam ever had surgery to keep those wonderful looks? Not according to her. "No surgery! I just keep my skin clear. It could be my diet. I do meditate, but I'm into Chinese herbs. I go to Chinatown a lot for cases of ginseng and the Chinese herbs for women. I believe in the Chinese theory for healing yourself."

Pam has a great love of horses and she usually keeps them on her ranch. Pitching hay is one of the things she credits with helping her to stay in shape. She currently has two adopted equine family members on her ranch.

Pam was a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos for one season.

Pam appeared in "Doggy Dogg World", a music video for Snoop Dogg's song.

For her role in Showtime's 3 A.M. Pam shaved her eyebrows and gained some weight to play the role of George.

The over the knee thigh-high boots that Pam wore in Bones were actually her own. According to an interview " I wear a 'fro a lot now just every day. It's a huge 'fro, and I put my hair down when I go to the movies."




"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #12 posted 04/05/08 10:23am

2Jay

I LOVED that movie biggrin
Reply #13 posted 04/05/08 10:29am

2freaky4church1

Yea, they use her as a doorstop on the L-Word. Obviously there's only one reason to watch that show..mmm
wildsign Wave your wildsigns high!! wildsign
Reply #14 posted 04/05/08 10:32am

noimageatall

"Let love be your perfect weapon..." ~~Andy Biersack
Reply #15 posted 04/05/08 10:36am

MuthaFunka

noimageatall said:

Some interesting "facts" about lovely Pamela.

She is the cousin of football great, Rosie Grier.

Pam ran track in high school.

During her early career, she did many of her own stunts. Much of her early work was also attacked by mainstream groups because of the violence and nudity. Pam's comment about the nudity? "We've got $20 million actresses today who are nude in Vanilla Sky, nude in Swordfish. So what did I do different? I got paid less, but that's it." And she looked a lot better doing it. nod

In 1988, Pam was diagnosed with cancer and given 18 months. After a long, hard battle that included numerous surgeries, chemo and radiation, Pam beat the odds. She has also credited traditional Chinese medicine in her fight with breast cancer. "I go for just a regular checkup. All of a sudden, I've got… an invasive cancer, and I have 18 months to live." After five years the cancer was declared to be in remission.



In an effort to give a convincing performance as Charlotte in Fort Apache, The Bronx, Pam hung out around 9th and 10th Aves. watching the prostitutes work. For the audition she practiced her lines alone in a hotel room devoid of furniture for three days. She also let her appearance go for the movie, not shaving and losing weight.

Ever wonder why Pam chose to move back to Colorado after living in the LA? In 1981, when she was returning to her home to her place in Beverly Hills, she was approached by an LAPD officer, who instructed her to raise her hands, all the while pointing his .44 Mag at her back. When Pam tried to explain that this was her house, the officer got angry and claimed that she was lying about that. It wasn’t until a next door neighbor confirmed her identity that the officer let her go. As Pam has stated in interviews, "I did exactly what he told me to do, spread my legs and kept my hands up. Sweat was coming down my back. I wanted to scratch but I knew if I did, I’d be a white chalk mark on the driveway." Several months later, Pam bought a ranch in Denver and moved back there permanently. confused

Pam had auditioned for two different parts in Tarantino’s "Pulp Fiction", but did not get either role. Quentin Tarantino (Jackie Brown) renamed the title character of the film as an homage to Foxy Brown. The original character was named Jackie Burke and Tarantino changed the name to Jackie Brown. The character in the book "Rum Punch" was also specifically described as a white woman. However, Tarantino wrote the screenplay specifically with Pam in mind, never even realizing the discrepancy. Not that it mattered in the end; Pam gave a powerhouse performance in that movie. This was an Oscar-deserving, and there still hasn't really been a good reason given why she did not receive this honor.



Pam was a back-up singer for Bobby Womack. The albums were "Communication" (1971 United Artists Records and "Understanding" (1972 United Artists Records). It is Womack’s recording of "Across 110th Street" from 1972 that is the theme song of the movie "Jackie Brown". If you have some Bobby Womack albums, check them out. You will most likely find Pam's name on some of them. Pam also sang in her church choir when she was younger. She also sang the title theme song "Long-Time Woman" for the movie, "The Big Bird Cage". The song can also be heard again in "Jackie Brown". She also sang back-up vocals for Lou Rawls and Sly Stone.

Pam was nominated for an NAACP award for her performance in "Jackie Brown". She has been nominated at least 10 times by the NAACP. She also won an award for "Fool for Love" the Sam Shepard play.

She was the first African-American woman to appear on the cover on Ms. Magazine in the August 1975 issue.

Though she refused to pose nude for Playboy, she did a spread for Players magazine in the 70's.

Pam is part Caucasian, part African-American on her father's side, part Native American and part Asian on her mother's side.



Pam was initially asked to audition to play Tina Turner, who just makes 5 feet, in "What's Love Got To Do With It". The part eventually went to Angela Bassett when Pam was deemed too tall for the part.

Foxy Brown, a wonderfully talented singer, chose that name in honor of Pam and that excellent movie.

Pam has been linked romantically with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Richard Pryor and record producer Kevin Evans. The relationship with Abdul-Jabbar ended when Pam refused to convert to his Islamic religion and the relationship with Pryor ended when he refused to get help for his drug problems.

After she was diagnosed with cancer in the late '80s and given 18 months to live, today, not only is the '70s action diva healthy, "I'm as energetic as I've ever been and my sex drive today is so intensified that I just drive myself crazy," she says. "I feel better than I felt at 19." As quoted to Ebony Magazine for the 20 Greatest Sex Symbols.



Pam is an avid reader and the book that she considered like her bible at one point was "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu.

At one time, Pam rented space at the old Francis Ford Coppolla studios in order to work on her writing skills. "I wanted to hone my skills for screenwriting and theater because the dynamics are different."

Earlier in her career, Pam started her own production company which is still in existence today. At one time it was reported that the company was Brown Sun Productions. This name may still be the same or it may have changed at some point over the years.

Pam purchased the rights to a novel by E. Lynn Harris, "Not A Day Goes By" which her company will be producing. She is set to play Eva a person who will make "Mommie Dearest" look like mother of the year.

Pam has stated in various interviews that the hardest role she has ever taken on was in the Frankie and Johnnie, for which she gained 80 pounds.



Has Pam ever had surgery to keep those wonderful looks? Not according to her. "No surgery! I just keep my skin clear. It could be my diet. I do meditate, but I'm into Chinese herbs. I go to Chinatown a lot for cases of ginseng and the Chinese herbs for women. I believe in the Chinese theory for healing yourself."

Pam has a great love of horses and she usually keeps them on her ranch. Pitching hay is one of the things she credits with helping her to stay in shape. She currently has two adopted equine family members on her ranch.

Pam was a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos for one season.

Pam appeared in "Doggy Dogg World", a music video for Snoop Dogg's song.

For her role in Showtime's 3 A.M. Pam shaved her eyebrows and gained some weight to play the role of George.

The over the knee thigh-high boots that Pam wore in Bones were actually her own. According to an interview " I wear a 'fro a lot now just every day. It's a huge 'fro, and I put my hair down when I go to the movies."






Thanks! Damn good shit, Noimy! I didn't know a lot of those things, especially ther own production company and that she was related to Rosie Grier!
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Reply #16 posted 04/05/08 10:48am

MuthaFunka

Soul Sista #1 - Hands down! fro - With the most luscious tittays the screen's ever seen! razz











Go 'head, Pam!
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Reply #17 posted 04/05/08 10:51am

noimageatall

MuthaFunka said:


Thanks! Damn good shit, Noimy! I didn't know a lot of those things, especially ther own production company and that she was related to Rosie Grier!



thumbs up!

Showing some of her Native American roots...

2001 Source Hip Hop Awards


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Reply #18 posted 04/05/08 10:52am

noimageatall

MuthaFunka said:

Soul Sista #1 - Hands down! fro - With the most luscious tittays the screen's ever seen! razz











Go 'head, Pam!


Hey, mutha...can't see the first three pics. Did you see the NSFW ones in the first thread? cool
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Reply #19 posted 04/05/08 10:55am

MuthaFunka

noimageatall said:

MuthaFunka said:

Soul Sista #1 - Hands down! fro - With the most luscious tittays the screen's ever seen! razz











Go 'head, Pam!


Hey, mutha...can't see the first three pics. Did you see the NSFW ones in the first thread? cool


Yeah, they came out clear as day. You can't see my 1st 3 pics? Now what did I tell you about using that Commodore 64 computer? lol
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Reply #20 posted 04/05/08 11:08am

noimageatall

MuthaFunka said:

noimageatall said:



Hey, mutha...can't see the first three pics. Did you see the NSFW ones in the first thread? cool


Yeah, they came out clear as day. You can't see my 1st 3 pics? Now what did I tell you about using that Commodore 64 computer? lol


lol


fishslap

Actually I upgraded to an IBM 1981 5150. cool And all I see are red X's. razz
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Reply #21 posted 04/05/08 11:11am

2Jay

noimageatall said:

MuthaFunka said:



Yeah, they came out clear as day. You can't see my 1st 3 pics? Now what did I tell you about using that Commodore 64 computer? lol


lol


fishslap

Actually I upgraded to an IBM 1981 5150. cool And all I see are red X's. razz


Me too omg They must have an incorrect link
Reply #22 posted 04/05/08 12:14pm

MuthaFunka

noimageatall said:

MuthaFunka said:



Yeah, they came out clear as day. You can't see my 1st 3 pics? Now what did I tell you about using that Commodore 64 computer? lol


lol


fishslap

Actually I upgraded to an IBM 1981 5150. cool And all I see are red X's. razz


evillol
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Reply #23 posted 04/05/08 1:02pm

funkpill






To be able to kiss her back love


Lucky guy biggrin
Reply #24 posted 04/05/08 1:05pm

uPtoWnNY

MuthaFunka said:

Soul Sista #1 - Hands down! fro - With the most luscious tittays the screen's ever seen! razz











Go 'head, Pam!




worship worship

PREACH IT!!!!!

Longtime fan. First time I saw Ms. Grier on the big screen was 'Foxy Brown' in '74. I was 13 at the time, so you can imagine what was going through my mind. wink
Reply #25 posted 04/06/08 8:29am

noimageatall

2freaky4church1 said:

Yea, they use her as a doorstop on the L-Word. Obviously there's only one reason to watch that show..mmm


Why do you say that? Doorstop? She's been the focus of many relationships and storylines. Charles Dutton who was married. One who wanted children while she didn't, yet she got pregnant. With Kelly Lynch who was really in love with her. Her drinking problems are a focal point of the show. Her club and music.

The episodes when Kit and her half-sister Bette's father (Ossie Davis) died were moving.

I'm not sure what you mean.... hmmm
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Reply #26 posted 04/06/08 8:50am

noimageatall

Pam talks about The L Word.....

http://www.metroweekly.com/feature/?ak=2608

Spreading the Word

When Pam Grier talks, you are going to listen
Interview by Sean Bugg
Published on March 22, 2007

Pam Grier enjoys being something you don't expect.

She is, after all, the iconic star of such '70s blaxploitation action classics as Coffy and Foxy Brown. Low-budget, quickly shot, and unprecedented in their creation of a strong, black, frankly bad-ass female hero, the films created a lasting, tough-chick persona for Grier.

While her star may have faded somewhat during the 1980s, her Quentin-Tarantino-created comeback, Jackie Brown, cemented her place in the cream of the cultural crop. Ten years later, she's starring in the groundbreaking Showtime series The L Word.

So you may expect a certain amount of urban grit and attitude when settling in for a chat with Grier. And, naturally, you'd be wrong.

The 57-year-old Grier laughs that she was late calling for the interview -- she had tried to call in from her horse barn, but the phone's batteries were dead. It's snowing at her farm in rural Colorado, where you only find a house every 100 acres or so.

''I'm in my sweats now -- how elegant!''


Not the life you might expect from the former ''baddest one-chick hit squad that ever hit town,'' but it's a life she loves. Splitting her time between Colorado and Los Angeles, where The L Word shoots, Grier likes to focus on her work with animal rescue, tutoring urban kids or raising money with her women's polo team, ''Chicks with Sticks.''

''Everyone says, 'She must be crazy, she's a recluse, she lives way out of the city, she drives a pickup truck on a dirt road, something must be wrong with her. She can't be African American,''' laughs Grier.

Grier will be in D.C. this weekend, along with Cybill Shepherd and Marlee Matlin, to accept SLDN's Randy Shilts Award to The L Word for the show's inclusion of a ''gays in the military'' story line. While it's unlikely she'll be in her barnyard sweats, it's certain she'll be every bit the iconic presence you would expect her to be.

METRO WEEKLY: Tell me a little about your experience on The L Word.

PAM GRIER: It has been so great, so enormous, exceeding my expectations. I've learned so much by doing this show -- from [creator] Ilene [Chaiken], from the cast members, the issues that we touch upon, and particularly with [my character,] Kit [Porter]. Even though she hit bottom, she has supported her lesbian sister, Bette, played by Jennifer Beals. You should be entitled to love whomever you wish. That's Kit's point and Ilene has helped us guide that.

Some people feel that you can go back and forth --there could be a straight woman and a lesbian woman who just happen to have an unbelievable crush on one another because they like each other for their issues, their spontaneity, their lives, their beliefs, their education, their brains -- how would they be able to have a relationship? Which is possibly the area where Kit is going because she's considered to be straight, or could she be bisexual?

So there's no definitive line. In some cases there are, but the line is broad of who is lesbian and who's transgender, who's bisexual, who's 50 percent, who's 20 percent -- I've learned that it's not about the person's sexuality, it's about their character, their being. I'm immersed with some of the greatest people I've met in my life: lesbian, gay, transgender. And I'm more educated and able to come up with ideas for the show, laugh at the show, cry with it.

I'm enjoying it: the performances, the actors and directors, and the voices of so many women. Whether they're straight, lesbian or bisexual, we women still haven't gotten our voices heard. Women have microcosms of strength in some cities, some demographics, where their issues are addressed, but as a whole, what I see is the direction of the whole women's movement returning to the 1970's. It was divided in the '80s and '90s, and now it's returning to where straight and lesbian women are uniting and gaining economic and political leverage that will help all the communities.


MW: I've been familiar with your image and your fame since I was a kid back in the '70s and through the '80s, which makes me assume you've had a pretty large gay fan base given that you've had a sort of iconic presence in the culture. Has that been your experience?

GRIER: Yes, I do have that. And it's growing. I've always had it because I've always respected a wide spectrum of fans. I've never been exclusive because I am a woman of color with many, many backgrounds in my family that go all the way to the Philippines, to Europe, to Africa, to Romania. I grew up with people of many religions and races and I've just never been exclusive. You understand that women of color have been marginalized, and marginalized way before the '70s, so to have any tiny bit of recognition of my work [was wonderful].

MW: I know that both as a kid and as an adult I found myself attracted to this image you've had. What was it about you or your persona that drew that attention? Not every actress gets that kind of gay allegiance.

GRIER: I don't have a crystal ball, but it could be the fact that [those characters] fight -- she puts her neck out on the line for others. She's not a sacrificial lamb, but she will walk through the fire. She always fought for the underdog, and didn't take a lot seriously -- but what was supposed to be taken seriously, I did and the character did.

We didn't have a lot of women on screen then fighting for the underdog. In our communities we did, but it was never reflected on screen. Thank God, American International Pictures and [Coffy and Foxy Brown director] Jack Hill had this great respect for women and sexuality.

MW: You stood out a lot during those earlier days because that type of character was a new thing in many ways. Has that changed?

GRIER: I think that woman are more educated, which gives them strength. Today, women have much more to take advantage of. Women aren't afraid as much as they used to be, and society told them to be. I grew up having the best of three worlds: military, urban and rural. My mom's from Wyoming -- they were ranchers. My mom married into the military and I saw international war and politics at the age of 6. Then I had the urban, because we couldn't always live with my dad in these underground bases [where he was stationed]. We sometimes had to live in the city, say D.C. You had [to fight for] voting rights, equal housing, education. [Those fights] opened door for women. Look at Brown vs. the Board of Education -- everybody needs an education and that's what makes people accept other people more.

MW: Given your upcoming appearance at the SLDN dinner, has your own experience in a military family influenced your perspective on gay and lesbian service members?

GRIER: Absolutely. I have many friends in the service. It's so moving when people say they're going to sacrifice -- possibly even sacrifice their lives -- for this country. I feel one must recognize, salute, and honor that, and just say thank you.

MW: Have you talked to or known gay and lesbian service members who have been discharged or has that been part of your work with The L Word?

GRIER: We've met a few. Some of the wrenching stories that I've been informed of are quite sad. And then to have [chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter Pace] speak of how the gays and lesbians shouldn't be in the military, especially if they're openly homosexual, I just thought, ''My God.'' But we all know there is a quiet, underground group -- growing smaller as we speak -- who have these views. But for him as a leader to come out and say that is like saying [gays and lesbians] aren't needed to take care of their country because they are almost non-human, because of their sexuality.

That's a very small part of who people are. There are gay and lesbian geniuses who do great things, who have pretty much saved the world with invention, but aren't allowed to be in the military openly or show affection or have their own gatherings. It doesn't make sense to me. I just don't think that was appropriate.

MW: Why do you think that there has been this resistance to gays in the military, even when public support for it keeps growing?

GRIER: Ignorance! Just total ignorance. But people are becoming more and more informed when they see other people relaxing, and not just liberal, Democratic celebrities.

MW: In the profile New York magazine recently did of you, you talked about being tired of the ''laziness'' on gay, lesbian and transgender issues.

GRIER: Yeah, I'm tired of people being lazy about reading and being informed. Everyone should be curious and not be lazy. You have to have a curiosity and a non-lazy attitude to say, ''Okay, I respect it. I don't understand it, but I respect it because I'm more informed than what my preacher or my family told me.''

There was a laziness about allowing black people to vote. They had to march just to sit in a Woolworths. We were on a base in the South with my dad and I was a [a child]. The base gave you an equality because the uniform was all one color -- that's what they preached. But if you went off the base and you wanted to catch a city bus -- sometimes we'd stand at the bus stop and the bus would not stop for us when it was 110 degrees. So we were walking from tree to tree, carrying groceries for miles because the buses wouldn't stop.

MW: You said that the uniform was all one color on the base. Was that the case?

GRIER: Yes, but not really. That's how they wanted the military to treat one another. We weren't always ostracized by whites. Some of our best friends were white [non-commissioned officers]. But there were still people who had their beliefs and how they were raised and how they assumed. But they would be highly reprimanded. The military would dock their pay, which hurt. Everyone was supposed to be one, which is supposed to be the principle today.

MW: You seem to draw some parallels between the civil-rights struggle for the black community and the difficulty the gay community is going through right now. There's controversy in the country and in the black community about whether that's a valid comparison to draw. Do you feel comfortable drawing that comparison or are there significant differences?

GRIER: There's microcosms of differences, but, in general, I feel comfortable because the gay and lesbian community is old as time. And a lot of people don't understand that -- they wonder, ''Is it biological, is it a choice, is it from drinking the water?''

Who is the African-American who is pure African and not mixed with their slave owners? They call Tiger Woods black because his mom is Thai and his father is black. Look what they're going through with Barack Obama. His mom is white, his father is black, and they're calling him black. Why can't they just call him a man of color? He's bi-racial. Halle Berry is considered black because her mom is white and her father's black.

You know what, I'd like to see you write that down. The comparison, I feel, is a community that's being ostracized over their sexuality, which is like being ostracized for the color of your skin. You can't change your skin. You can't change your sexuality. People are who they are. They know who they are when they're 7-years-old, if they're not repressed mentally and culturally by their family or religion. But there is a parallel. And granted, all the parallels aren't concrete, but there is for me a deep, deep comparison.

I feel that in my time now today I have a greater chance of doing more work. I hope to be that cantankerous grandmother that beats the kids with a broom. [Laughs] When I'm in my 80s and 90s, I'll see great changes. I know that I will see that. I have seen so much in the last 30 to 40 years of my life that it makes me have a sense of hope. If I can draw people's attention to what is done and said, to the changes and the new attitudes, if I can carry that beacon on my back -- that's a lot to carry, but then I am one of those chosen.



This woman is amazing!! heart

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Reply #27 posted 04/06/08 8:57am

Graycap23

Pam is the ONE. Very cool and beautiful 2 boot.
Reply #28 posted 04/06/08 9:45am

REDFEATHERS

hot and sexy mama nod
I will love you forever and you will never be forgotten - L.A.F. heart
Reply #29 posted 04/06/08 10:48am

TonyVanDam





Pamela Grier = The Queen Of All MILFs worship
Reply #30 posted 04/06/08 4:39pm

Graycap23

It just dawned on me who looks like her.....Tocarra.
Reply #31 posted 04/06/08 5:01pm

MuthaFunka

Graycap23 said:

It just dawned on me who looks like her.....Tocarra.


nod



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Reply #32 posted 04/06/08 5:24pm

SCNDLS

MuthaFunka said:

Graycap23 said:

It just dawned on me who looks like her.....Tocarra.


nod





Get THA funk, outta here. shake lol
Reply #33 posted 04/06/08 8:04pm

TonyVanDam

MuthaFunka said:

Graycap23 said:

It just dawned on me who looks like her.....Tocarra.


nod





WRONG!!! (Although Tocarra have some beautiful breasts of her own)

THIS is a real Pamela Grier clone:

Lisa Nicole Carson












If any filmmaker were to make a motion picture on the life story of Pamela Grier, Lisa Nicole Carson should be the actress to play that role.
Reply #34 posted 04/06/08 8:16pm

uPtoWnNY

MuthaFunka said:

Graycap23 said:

It just dawned on me who looks like her.....Tocarra.


nod





She looks like she ate Pam Grier.
Reply #35 posted 04/07/08 9:05am

MuthaFunka

TonyVanDam said:

MuthaFunka said:



nod





WRONG!!! (Although Tocarra have some beautiful breasts of her own)

THIS is a real Pamela Grier clone:

Lisa Nicole Carson












If any filmmaker were to make a motion picture on the life story of Pamela Grier, Lisa Nicole Carson should be the actress to play that role.


That's actually about the same as Toccora looks like her. eek
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Reply #36 posted 04/07/08 9:06am

MuthaFunka

uPtoWnNY said:

MuthaFunka said:



nod





She looks like she ate Pam Grier.


But keep it real....you'd STILL beat those guts up, wouldn't you? razz
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Reply #37 posted 04/07/08 9:40am

funkpill

Whatever happen to Lisa Nicole Carson ? hmmm
Reply #38 posted 04/07/08 9:42am

paintedlady

Uh guys... when you say that these women look like Pam Grier are you just talking about their breasts? Because Tocarra and Lisa are miles from looking like our beloved Ms. G. So um Mutha... the face, look at the face. tease
Reply #39 posted 04/07/08 9:45am

Graycap23

paintedlady said:

Uh guys... when you say that these women look like Pam Grier are you just talking about their breasts? Because Tocarra and Lisa are miles from looking like our beloved Ms. G. So um Mutha... the face, look at the face. tease

I'm talking about the face. I saw Tocarra when she 1st appeared on Top model and I could not figure out who she reminded me of. It's a young Pam.
Reply #40 posted 04/07/08 9:56am

paintedlady

I disagree... her jaw and eyes are all wrong.

Pam has sultry eyes.... more like Raquel's ... and I think Raquel look more like Pam even with the lighter skin and different nose..... she's a closer match than the other two...









and I think their titties match too... lol
Reply #41 posted 04/07/08 9:56am

Graycap23

paintedlady said:

I disagree... her jaw and eyes are all wrong.

Pam has sultry eyes.... more like Raquel's ... and I think Raquel look more like Pam even with the lighter skin and different nose..... she's a closer match than the other two...









and I think their titties match too... lol

Good one.
Reply #42 posted 04/07/08 9:59am

paintedlady

I honestly can't think of two sexier women than these two... both are my favorites. cool
Reply #43 posted 04/07/08 10:15am

Dance

funkpill said:

Whatever happen to Lisa Nicole Carson ? hmmm


She went crazy and I think she's "self-medicating" now.
Reply #44 posted 04/07/08 10:17am

Graycap23

Dance said:

funkpill said:

Whatever happen to Lisa Nicole Carson ? hmmm


She went crazy and I think she's "self-medicating" now.

What?
Reply #45 posted 04/07/08 10:18am

Dance

Pam Pam Pam...sellout much?
Reply #46 posted 04/07/08 10:24am

MuthaFunka

paintedlady said:

Uh guys... when you say that these women look like Pam Grier are you just talking about their breasts? Because Tocarra and Lisa are miles from looking like our beloved Ms. G. So um Mutha... the face, look at the face. tease


Well, I think Toccara looks a lot more like Pammy than Lisa. Toccara has similiar facial structure and nose, as well as complexion.
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Reply #47 posted 04/07/08 10:26am

TonyVanDam

MuthaFunka said:

TonyVanDam said:



WRONG!!! (Although Tocarra have some beautiful breasts of her own)

THIS is a real Pamela Grier clone:

Lisa Nicole Carson












If any filmmaker were to make a motion picture on the life story of Pamela Grier, Lisa Nicole Carson should be the actress to play that role.


That's actually about the same as Toccora looks like her. eek


Except Lisa looks more like Pam with her face structure.wink
Reply #48 posted 04/07/08 10:27am

SCNDLS

Dance said:

funkpill said:

Whatever happen to Lisa Nicole Carson ? hmmm


She went crazy and I think she's "self-medicating" now.


She did lose it while she was on Ally McBeal and got fired. Never heard anything about her after that.
Reply #49 posted 04/07/08 10:28am

funkpill

Dance said:

funkpill said:

Whatever happen to Lisa Nicole Carson ? hmmm


She went crazy and I think she's "self-medicating" now.


So she's in the same condition as Mia Campbell? hmmm

Reply #50 posted 04/07/08 10:40am

paintedlady

funkpill said:

Dance said:



She went crazy and I think she's "self-medicating" now.


So she's in the same condition as Mia Campbell? hmmm


eek
Reply #51 posted 04/07/08 10:49am

SCNDLS

paintedlady said:

funkpill said:



So she's in the same condition as Mia Campbell? hmmm


eek


Really sad. disbelief She was sooooo pretty when she did that show with LL. Now she's doing porn and all to pay for her crack habit. I'm sure her mother's death, last year I think, only made it worse. sad
[Edited 4/7/08 10:49am]
Reply #52 posted 04/07/08 10:50am

noimageatall

Nooooo...Tocarra does not look like Pam. Pam's figure/proportions are just about perfect. Pam is much more beautiful, IMO. (IMO-- wink )

I did one of those facial recognition thingys for Pam and came up with this.... eek confused


disbelief
[Edited 4/7/08 13:56pm]
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Reply #53 posted 04/07/08 10:56am

mayebelle81

Jackie Brown is the shit!!!!
Reply #54 posted 04/07/08 10:58am

TonyVanDam

SCNDLS said:

paintedlady said:


eek


Really sad. disbelief She was sooooo pretty when she did that show with LL. Now she's doing porn and all to pay for her crack habit. I'm sure her mother's death, last year I think, only made it worse. sad
[Edited 4/7/08 10:49am]


Mia is doing adult films?!? I didn't know THIS! omg
Reply #55 posted 04/07/08 11:00am

SCNDLS

TonyVanDam said:

SCNDLS said:



Really sad. disbelief She was sooooo pretty when she did that show with LL. Now she's doing porn and all to pay for her crack habit. I'm sure her mother's death, last year I think, only made it worse. sad
[Edited 4/7/08 10:49am]


Mia is doing adult films?!? I didn't know THIS! omg


I don't know if it's been officially released but I saw some clips online last year. You could tell she was messed up while she was doing it. shake sad
Reply #56 posted 04/07/08 11:01am

TonyVanDam

noimageatall said:

Nooooo...Tocarra does not look like Pam. Pam's figure/proprotions are just about perfect. Pam is much more beautiful, IMO. (IMO-- wink )

I did one of those facial recognition thingys for Pam and came up with this.... eek confused


disbelief


I can believe Barack Obama & Brad Pitt being cousins.

But Pam Grier & Paris Hilton?!? Oh hell 2 da NO!
disbelief lol
Reply #57 posted 04/07/08 11:48am

Graycap23

paintedlady said:

funkpill said:



So she's in the same condition as Mia Campbell? hmmm


eek

Now I'm depressed.
Reply #58 posted 04/07/08 12:02pm

MuthaFunka

TonyVanDam said:

MuthaFunka said:



That's actually about the same as Toccora looks like her. eek


Except Lisa looks more like Pam with her face structure.wink


Yeah...but no. lol
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Reply #59 posted 04/07/08 12:03pm

MuthaFunka

funkpill said:

Dance said:



She went crazy and I think she's "self-medicating" now.


So she's in the same condition as Mia Campbell? hmmm



Naw, I don't think she's doing THAT bad eek lol
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