Pam St. Clement
British actor
Pam St. Clement
Pamela Ann Clement, known by the stage name Pam St. Clement, is a British actress. She played Pat Evans in the BBC soap opera EastEnders from 1986-2012, becoming one of the programme's longest-serving cast members. Clement announced her intention to leave EastEnders on 8 July 2011, and the character departed on 1 January 2012. She started her acting career in 1972, where she worked extensively on stage.
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PHOTO: Mark Twain Without His Shirt On
Huffington Post - about 4 years
According to the photographs we have of him, Mark Twain spent a lot of time wearing white suits, frowning and playing billiards. He also loved his cats. He was even filmed by Thomas Edison. But have you ever seen him shirtless? Yeah, you heard. Thanks to the eagle eyes of Open Culture, an image of Sam Clemens seems to have emerged of the American humorist without any clothes on. It's news to us, but of course the internet got their first. Turns out, he's had a Twitter account since September. The reasoning behind such an image seems to have been lost to the vagaries of history, though we'd love to hear your theories. See shirtless Mark Twain:
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After 25 years as Pat Butcher on EastEnders, Pam St Clement opens up about her past, her private life ¿ and why she had to give up the role that had come to define her
Daily Mail (UK) - over 4 years
When Pam St Clement strolls onto the terrace at the posh spa hotel where we meet, heads turn. Conversation stops. ‘Isn’t that Pat from EastEnders?’
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Tony on TV - 9th May
Chad - almost 5 years
MAY’s the month for two of the many annual checks on TV and it does not need a doctor tell you that there’s a lot of old tat on screen among the many TV gems. The first clinic was hosted by Philip Schofield on ITV last week as the British Soap Awards 2012 shone the spotlight on the country’s most popular TV genre in 17 categories voted for by the long-suffering public or by a panel of judges. In the end it turned out to be seven awards apiece for ‘EastEnders’ and ‘Coronation Street’ with the residents of Albert Square cheering on Pam St Clement who scooped the Lifetime Achievement Award as Walford’s late and much-missed Pat Butcher while viewers voted it the Best British Soap, no doubt for being consistently bleak and depressing. That charge can’t be levelled at ‘Corrie’ which had the Sexiest Female -- Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) and Villain of the Year -- Andrew Lancel (Frank Foster) as well as being tops for comedy, thanks to Stephanie Cole (Sylvia Goodwin). Comedy will also ...
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British Soap Awards 2012 Winners – Eastenders & Corrie Take 7 Wins
Obsessed with Film - What Cultur - almost 5 years
The winners of this years British Soap Awards 2012 have been announced. The ceremony held on Saturday night (28th April) was hosted by Phillip Schofield and the usual war between Eastenders and Coronation Street ended in a tie this year with both soaps taking home seven awards. However, Eastenders got the biggest gong as it was named Best Soap again.  Pam St Clement (Pat) was given the Lifetime Achievement Award and  Eastenders writer Simon Ashdown got the Special Achievement Award. The full list can be found below, the winners are highlighted red. The ceremony can be seen in full on ITV1 on Wednesday 2nd May. SEXIEST FEMALE (Last year’s winner was Michelle Keegan, Coronation Street) Coronation Street: Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) EastEnders: Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) EastEnders: Preeya Kalidas (Amira Masood) Hollyoaks: Jorgie Porter (Theresa McQueen) SEXIEST MALE (Last year’s winner was Scott Maslen, EastEnders) Coronation Street: Chris Fountain (Tommy Duckworth) ...
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Pam St. Clement lands This Morning role
Female First - almost 5 years
Former 'EastEnders' star Pam St. Clement has landed a presenting role on 'This Morning', to give viewers tips on how to tend to animals. Pam St. Cleme...
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Repeal of O'Fallon's smoking ban hits roadblock -
Google News - almost 6 years
This was the message City Clerk Pam Clement conveyed Monday in a letter sent to the repeal effort's organizers, informing them of the decision made by the city's attorney. Voters on April 5 approved by 72.6 percent an ordinance prohibiting smoking in
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Pam St. Clement
  • 2016
    Age 73
    In August 2016, it was announced that Clement would appear in BBC medical drama Casualty, that she had already filmed her scenes and would appear in the shows 30th anniversary episode broadcast on 27 August 2016.
    More Details Hide Details It has been reported she will be an enemy for long-running character Charlie Fairhead.
    On 17 May 2016, she reappeared as Pat, again playing opposite Barbara Windsor, for a few minutes as an imagined figure in conversation with the terminally ill Peggy Mitchell.
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  • 2015
    Age 72
    Clements's autobiography, The End of an Earring, was released in 2015.
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    In February 2015, Clement, alongside Barbara Windsor, took part in EastEnders: Back to Ours, which celebrated 30 years of the soap opera.
    More Details Hide Details Clement and Windsor looked back on some of their characters' most infamous moments.
  • 2014
    Age 71
    On 4 July 2014, St. Clement was a guest panelist on an episode of Loose Women.
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  • 2012
    Age 69
    She made her first appearance on 13 March and her last on 20 December 2012.
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    On 6 March 2012, it was announced that St. Clement had joined This Morning as the show's resident animal expert.
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  • 2011
    Age 68
    She filmed her final scenes in November 2011, and the character departed on 1 January 2012.
    More Details Hide Details On 14 November 2014, Clement reprised the role of Pat for a short stint for Children In Need after Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) knocks his head and sees the deceased women in his life.
    In July 2011, it was announced that Clement was leaving EastEnders.
    More Details Hide Details Of her departure Clement said "I have enjoyed 25 and a half wonderful years in EastEnders creating the character of Pat but feel it's time to hang up her earrings. Leaving the EastEnders 'family' will be akin to a bereavement. But I'm looking forward to the other work and life opportunities that I will have the time to pursue."
  • 2006
    Age 63
    In 2006, St Clement appeared as Aunt Sponge in The Queen's Handbag at the Children's Party at the Palace — an all-star event to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday.
    More Details Hide Details She has also made personal appearances on various television programmes including Grumpy Old Women (2005-06) and the wildlife programme, Countryfile (2000). She was also the subject of an episode of This Is Your Life in 1995.
    In 2006, Clement signed a £200,000 deal keeping her with EastEnders until at least 2008.
    More Details Hide Details She is currently the second longest serving cast member at EastEnders behind Adam Woodyatt and also the longest serving female cast member, having played Pat without break for her time on the show; June Brown took a 4-year break in the 90s, making Dot Cotton the third longest running character. In 2012, Clement won a Lifetime Achievement Award at the British Soap Awards, previously having been won by her co-stars Wendy Richard, June Brown and Barbara Windsor.
  • 1997
    Age 54
    In 1997, Clement discovered that she had a half-brother, Reginald (born 1934), from her father's first marriage.
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  • 1993
    Age 50
    Clement has stated that she had been in touch with her father, who died in 1993, aged 84, but he had never mentioned having any other children.
    More Details Hide Details Her brother had barely known their father and had not seen him since he was a toddler. Clement has been the focus of much media criticism regarding her weight over the years, which earned her character the nickname "Fat Pat". In 1998 she lost several stone from dieting, which led the media to speculate that she had become ill. She later commented: "I have since decided I wasn't made to be slim. When I was thinner the paparazzi got some pictures where I looked ill. I had to come out and speak about it."
  • 1986
    Age 43
    In 1986 Clement was cast in her most notable role to date—Pat Butcher, the troublesome former prostitute and ex-wife of Pete Beale (Peter Dean), in BBC's EastEnders.
    More Details Hide Details She played the character continuously since her first appearance on 12 June 1986 — over a year after the show began. Clement's character was originally brought in on a trial basis for a period of three episodes. However the series' executive-producer, Julia Smith, decided to make the character long term. Clement initially had reservations about committing to the role, commenting: "I couldn't envisage how this character, who creates absolute havoc everywhere she goes and is not at home with herself or with anybody else in the Square, could possibly fit in". However she was persuaded to continue by Smith, who said: "'We've only seen one layer of the onion skin—the defensiveness—now we'll start to peel away more and get to the vulnerability that lies behind it'." Pat went on to become one of the soap's longest running characters, appearing in 2,183 episodes. She featured in a multitude of high-profile storylines, which included four marriages—most notably to Frank Butcher (played by Mike Reid) — numerous affairs, feuds and a spell in prison for drink-driving (which led to a pedestrian dying). Clement has commented that her long run in the show has surprised even her "You are talking to a person who wouldn't sign a West End contract if it was longer than a year It's madness I have stuck with it so long because I am always looking to see where they take the character next".
  • 1976
    Age 33
    During the 1960s Clement was married to a man named Andrew Gordon, but they divorced in 1976.
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    Her first big break came in 1976, when she was cast in an episode of TV prison drama, Within These Walls.
    More Details Hide Details Subsequent television credits have included: Van der Valk (1977); A Horseman Riding By as Meg Potter (1978); Emmerdale Farm (1980) as Mrs. Anne Eckersley; Thomas & Sarah (1980); Enemy at the Door (1978; 1980); Play For Today (1980); Minder (1980); Shoestring (1980); Dangerous Davies (1981); Angels (1981); as Frau Bodelschwingh in Private Schulz (1981); The Chinese Detective (1982);The Tripods (1984) and Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense (1986). She has also appeared in films, which has included roles in Doomwatch (1972), Hedda (1975), The Bunker (1981), Scrubbers (1983), Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil (1985), and Biggles: Adventures in Time (1986).
  • 1942
    Shortly after Clement's birth in 1942, her mother died of tuberculosis, and she was put into foster care when her father remarried.
    More Details Hide Details Clement subsequently grew up in various different foster homes until she was taken in by a family who owned a farm in Devon. She has commented: "I was very fortunate in the end. I was always being farmed off to holiday homes, then when I was just pre-teens I went down to Devon to some people who were very good at taking on youngsters, and what originated as a business arrangement became my home." Clement's father rose to become the managing director of a toy manufacturers in London and was married five times. Clement was sent to boarding school on the South Downs, where she was—by her own admission—"very naughty". She was active in the drama society at her school, but she originally had aspirations to become a vet, however this career proved unobtainable because she didn't pass Latin at school. Instead she decided to become a teacher and enrolled at the Rolle Teacher Training College in Exmouth (now part of the University of Plymouth). She worked in the teaching profession until her desire to act prompted her to attend drama school, the Rose Bruford College, and she eventually took up acting professionally.
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