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Pamela Britton Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight

Pamela Britton Net Worth

Pamela Britton made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Pamela Britton earned $24 Million. Exact sum is $24000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: March 19, 1923, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Death date: June 17, 1974, Arlington
Heights, Illinois, United States
Birth place: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Height:5 5 (1.65 m)
Profession: Actress, Soundtrack
Spouse: Arthur Steel (m. 1945Р 1974)
Children: Kathy Steel Ferber
Parents: Raymond G. Owens, Ethel Owen


Pamela Britton Net Worth
Pamela Britton Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Pamela Britton
Pamela Britton was born Armilda Jane Owen in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her mother was Ethel Owen, a prominent stage, radio and early television actress. Pam first used Gloria Jane Owen as her stage name, but not wanting to trade on her mothers reputation, chose Pamela from a British book, and then Britton to emphasize its source. Her father, Raymond G. Owen, was a doctor who passed away prior to 1944. She had two sisters, Virginia Owen, an actress under contract to RKO Radio and Mary Owen, a social worker who lived in Fort Worth, Texas. Pam attended State Teachers Normal School and Holy Angels Academy in Milwaukee, had leads in her school class plays, and listed horseback riding, tennis and swimming as her favorite sports. In later years, she was an avid golfer. She was doing summer stock by age nine, and was offered a chance to be another Shirley Temple at age ten, but her mother squelched the idea, saying she wanted her to be an actress, not a child star. At age 15, her mother was on Broadway and Pam started to make the rounds, but found people expected her to be as accomplished as her mother, and so she changed her name. Also, while her mother was a dramatic actress, Pam preferred comedy and singing. Discovered by band leader Don McGuire at a party, she was hired as his singer and toured with his band. She also sang at the Latin Quarter. Her big break came when she was cast as Celeste Holm s understudy in the Broadway company of Oklahoma! and also played Gertie. When the show went on tour, she took over Holms role as Ado Annie. Touted by her New York agent, he got MGM executive Marvin Schenck to go see her when the show was in Chicago. Schenck was disappointed, not knowing hed seen her understudy. But the agent got him to come back the next night and Schenck signed her immediately. She was cast as Frank Sinatra s girlfriend in Anchors Aweigh but the film roles she was offered afterward werent satisfying and she went on suspension to play Meg Brockie in Brigadoon on Broadway and on Р™