Pamela Sue guest hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live in 1985.
Like many other actresses who appeared on ABC shows during that period, Pamela Sue did guest shots on The Love Boat and Fantasy Island.
She guest-starred on an episode of HBO's faux talk show, The Larry Sanders Show, in 1992.
Pamela Sue's last theatrical movie to date was 1990's Cry in the Wild.
Pamela Sue starred in and co-wrote the 1984 film Torchlight.
Pamela Sue is not related to actor Ross Martin of Wild, Wild West fame.
Pamela Sue appeared on an episode of That 70's Show entitled Tornado Prom.
Pamela Sue reportedly has her own theatre company in Idaho.
Pamela Sue appeared nude in Playboy in 1978. She said at the time she wanted to change her image as a nice girl from her role as Nancy Drew.
Pamela Sue dropped out of high school for a few months to appear in the film To Find a Man.
Pamela Sue turned down an offer to replace Victoria Principal in the role of Pamela Ewing on Dallas.
Pamela Sue is reportedly living in Idaho at the present time with her son.
Pamela Sue will be providing commentary for the upcoming DVD release of the first season of Dynasty.
Pamela Sue has been married and divorced three times. She has one child with third husband Bruce Allen.
Pamela Sue has a sister who is six years older than her.
Her father, Thomas Martin, was a jazz drummer.
She graduated for Staples HS in Westport, CT in February of 1971.
According to her official website, Pamela Sue's two favorite charities are the Humane Society and PETA.
Pamela Sue was once an avid polo player.
When Pamela Sue left her role as Fallon Carrington on Dynasty she was replaced by Emma Samms.
Pamela Sue's first big role was in the 1972 disaster flick The Poseidon Adventure where she co-starred with the likes of Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Shelley Winters, and Leslie Nielsen.
Pamela Sue was a model before becoming an actress. She first started modeling at age 17.
According to her official website, Pamela Sue is writing her autobiography. It is tentatively titled The Spirit of the Matter.