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The diva of delicious. The sultana of sultry. There are many words to describe Pam Grier, and we want those words here! Help fill out Pam Grier's bio and give this Venus some love.
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Pam Grier's Bio: Pam Grier was born in Winston-Salem,North Carolina in the United States. She is the daughter of Gwendolyn Sylvia (nees Samuels), a home maker and nurse, and Clarence Ramson Grier, who worked as a mechanic and technical seargent in the U.S. Air force. She has one sister and one brother. During her childhood,she and her family moved frequently because of her father being in the military.They eventually settled in Denver,Colorado.
Non-acting Careers: Song back up for Bobby Womack
Pam Grier Movies:This seasoned actress has a whole page for her flicks. See Pam Grier Movies
Top TV Shows: regular on Miami Vice in the '80s.
Grier's Big Break: The Big Doll House (1971)
Best Known For: Role of Foxy Brown
Awards: Nominated for both Golden Globe and NAACP award for Jackie Brown; A Career Achievement 1998, Being honored at this year's Winston-Salem, NC film festival 2008
Other Awards Nominations:
The Black Reel Awards in 2002 for Best Actress on the hit TV show Bones
The Day Time Emmy Awards in 2000 for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program: Happy Ever After: Fairy Tales Forever Child,
The Satellite Award in 1996 for Best Actress in a musical/comedy motion picture for her role as Jackie Brown,
Screen Actor's Guild Award for Outstanding Performance in a Leading Role as Jackie Brown.
See also: Pam Grier Photos| Pam Grier 70s Photos | Pam Grier Movies
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|SoftandFine||Pam brought me to LWord||4||Feb 22 2009, 10:26 AM EST by katie295|
Thread started: Feb 21 2009, 7:58 AM EST Watch
I only started watching LWord because I found out that Pam Grier was on and wanted to see her. I had heard of LWord but had very low low low expectation. After 2 episodes of Queer As Folk and Noah's Arc, I was done. I'm glad they cast Pam or else I would have never found the greatest show ever....Next to Cosby and Star Trek of course. lol
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|P.Ilean||Pam Grier as a Pioneer||13||Feb 2 2009, 4:03 PM EST by SoftandFine|
Thread started: Jan 29 2009, 1:42 AM EST Watch
Pam Grier hit the BlackExplosion like a farm fresh egg hitting a frying pan in the 1970's. The girl is a big part of history in the African American community. Any Pam Grier movie that open, every screening nearly packed the house. There was nothing out in the market that matched her talent. Why? She was young, beautiful, hot, sexy, talented, and had attitude. Yes, she was kicking ass and taking names in that order. Love you Pam! You still got the mottz!
|SoftandFine||It's So Hard To Say goodbye||4||Jan 29 2009, 7:29 AM EST by P.Ilean|
Thread started: Jan 19 2009, 8:18 PM EST Watch
Part 1. LWord came along at a time when I had serious questions about myself. I was having sex with a woman on a regular basis yet continued to self identify as straight. Yes, I told myself that what we had was just experimental sex and we both would get over it, and marry men.
Watching and finding common ground with the characters of the LWord helped me admit to myself first who I really am. I am not a straight woman who has simply not found the right man to win my affection and sweep me off my feet. I am a gold star lesbian who has ALWAYS loved women. I love women. Everything about us, I love.
No telivision show or movie that gave a small role to a gay or lesbian who maybe had 10 lines or a small insignificant part hoping to attract a few queer dollars, was able to accomplish that for me.
While I have yet to find the courage to come out to the public and my frenz & fam, I consider coming out to myself to be an accomplishment that leaves me greatly indebted to the makers of the LWord. I have found a strength that feeds my soul a daily dose of happiness and contentment like I've never felt before. Now I know what makes me happy and I am empowered to find “my Her“. To all who have a part in the making of LWord, thank you.
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