Pamela is believed to be residing in New York at present day along with her second husband.
Pamela appeared as both a mystery guest and a celebrity panelist on What's My Line?
Pamela did a guest shot on The Fugitive in an episode entitled The Girl From Little Egypt.
Pamela and her second husband, Edmondo Danon, have two daughters named Echo and Aurora.
Pamela retired from show biz in 1974 in order to raise a family.
Pamela was married to publisher Clay Felker from 1962 to 1969. She got re-married to Edmondo Danon in 1974 and is still with him at last report.
Pamela co-starred with the likes of Lana Turner, Ralph Bellamy, Diana Muldaur, Clu Gulager, Kevin McCarthy, and George Hamilton in the 1969 TV series The Survivors. It lasted only 13 episodes even though it was the precurser for the likes of Dynasty and Dallas.
Tiffin moved to Italy in the late 60's where she appeared in a series of sexy comedies.
Pamela posed for a laypout in Playboy in 1969 but her private parts were covered. She subsequently refused all offers to do a full spread.
Pamela appeared on Broadway in 1966 in the play Dinner at Eight where she won a Theatre World Award for Most Promising Newcomer.
In 1962, Pamela was named a Star of Tomorrow by the trade magazine The Motion Picture Herald.
Pamela co-starred with Paul Newman, Lauren Bacall, Shelley Winters, Janet Leigh, and several others of note in the 1966 private eye drama Harper.
Pamela's film debut was in Summer and Smoke which was released in 1961.
She co-starred with James Cagney in his next to last film, the Cold War comedy One, Two, Three.
Pamela was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards in 1962: Best Supporting Actress and Most Promising Newcomer.
During her early modeling days, Pamela once graced the cover of Vogue magazine.
Pamela became a top fashion model while attending Hunter College in New York.
Pamela's father, Stanley Wonso, was an architect.
Pamela is 5 feet, 7 inches tall.
Pamela was born in Oklahoma City but she grew up in Chicago.
Pamela's birth name was Pamela Tiffin Wonso.