Actress and model Pamela Anderson dreamed of becoming a nun and serving in the church. She spoke about
this in a recent interview. According to the actress, she wanted to be a nun or a librarian.
‘But I kind of went the other way. I don’t know what happened. I was in the library every day, I was in the story class every day
and I really wanted to work there, and then I thought: ‘No, I still want to be a nun,’ she said.
Earlier, Pamela Anderson recalled the ‘cold night’ at the Ecuadorian embassy in Great Britain, which she spent with Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks.
In her memoir Love for Pamela, the actress details her friendship with Assange, who is currently in London’s Belmarsh prison fighting an extradition order to the US.
Thus, during his seven-year stay at the Ecuadorian embassy, Anderson was a regular guest of Assange.
Even at her age, Pamela Anderson is still actively working and trying herself in a new role. Now the actress, who is famous from the rescuers of Malibu, plays on the Broadway stage.
‘I always danced and sang… but only in my head. Every day I danced for three hours, studied acting for two hours, and then speech for one hour.
I never had to strain myself. I think that 20 years ago everything would have been easier. And maybe not,’ said Pamela.