Pamela Gidley
American actor and model
Pamela Gidley
Pamela Catherine Gidley is an American actress and model.
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Posádka v ohrození - TVNOVINY.sk
Google News - over 5 years
Príťažlivý a drsný Phillip (Viggo Mortensen) pozval svoju sestru Jennifer (Pamela Gidley), švagra Billa (Donal Logue), kamaráta z mokrej štvrte Alexa (John Philbin) a novú „priateľku“ Catherine (Sam Jenkins), aby spolu s ním strávili krásny víkend na
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Weekly Ketchup: Is Naomie Harris the Next Bond Girl? - Rotten Tomatoes
Google News - over 5 years
Finally, there is Cherry 2000, the 1987 science fiction film starring Melanie Griffith and Pamela Gidley, who played a "pleasure model" robot in the distant future of 2017. Producer Ed Pressman, who is also working on remakes of movies like Bloodsport
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On demand picks - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
... lush period settings and his nostalgia for romantic thrillers. His camera, swooning over every yellow cab and red neon sign, plunges architect Kevin Anderson and unhappy photog Pamela Gidley into a world of lush, moody visuals. (R; runs through July 4)
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Eric's Bad Movies: Thrashin' (1986) - Film.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Anyway, Dagger chieftain Tommy has a blond sister, Chrissy (Pamela Gidley), who is visiting for the summer from their native Indiana. Tommy, Chrissy, and the Daggers go to the aforementioned club one night, as do Corey and his crew,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Wherefore Art Thou The Son Of a D.A.?
NYTimes - over 13 years
''Skin,'' a Fox drama set in the Los Angeles pornography business, is one of those contrivances that are at once shameless and completely satisfying -- the television equivalent of the designated hitter or Double Stuf Oreos. Its premise -- a Romeo and Juliet romance between the daughter of a porn king and the son of a crusading district attorney --
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'The Little Vampire'
NYTimes - over 16 years
Directed by Uli Edel PG; 95 minutes No Halloween trickery is involved in this announcement: ''The Little Vampire'' is a treat. Not often does a family film come along that is literate, clever, mischievous and just plain fun. Directed by Uli Edel (''Christiane F.'' and ''Last Exit to Brooklyn'') and based on the popular ''Little Vampire'' novels by
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FILM REVIEW; Sending Up (and Down) Mafia Movies
NYTimes - over 18 years
''Mafia!'' makes an offer you could probably refuse. But its Mad-style, hit-or-miss humor has enough hits, pardon the expression, to keep it breezy and reasonably bright. This time Jim Abrahams, once part of the ''Airplane!'' team and since then the auteur behind the ''Hot Shots!'' parodies, directs his antic enthusiasm to the ''Godfather'' genre
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FILM;All Dressed Up and Clamoring to Catch Your Eye
NYTimes - about 21 years
OF ALL THE PACKAGING screaming for attention these days, none calls out in purer desperation than the video box. Shelf space has never been tighter for the cassettes that hold the movies, and that can create a make-or-break situation for the cardboard slipcases that hold the cassettes. Dealers and customers often choose or reject films on the
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TELEVISION VIEW; TV's Midterm Grade: A 'D' for Effort
NYTimes - over 24 years
Young people can think deeply about their wardrobes and the future as long as they're gorgeous and live near a bikini beach. Blacks are great for a laugh but tend to become invisible after 9 P.M., when things are liable to get serious. Couples, married or not, must have a repertory of one-liner put-downs to keep each other entertained. And older
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Review/Film; One Long Last Gasp For Laura Palmer
NYTimes - over 24 years
Everything about David Lynch's "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me" is a deception. It's not the worst movie ever made; it just seems to be. Its 134 minutes induce a state of simulated brain death, an effect as easily attained in half the time by staring at the blinking lights on a Christmas tree. The film, which opened yesterday, was put together for
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Home Video
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The Hits Are Coming Stuck for months with generally humdrum titles, video stores will soon have a dozen splashy movies to offer for rent. Video releases usually follow theater openings by four to six months, and from May into the fall will come the big films -- from "The Addams Family" to "The Prince of Tides" -- that got people into theaters last
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Review/Film; Smoldering Blend From Unlikely Raw Material
NYTimes - over 25 years
The plot of Mike Figgis's seductive "Liebestraum" is sheer madness, as crazy as the swing-time rendition of a Franz Liszt piano composition from which the film takes its title. Yet Mr. Figgis is very capable of teasing a voluptuous blend of danger and sexual possibility out of improbable raw material, as he made clear in his earlier "Stormy Monday"
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At the Movies
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Figgis in Binghamton Figgis in Binghamton Mike Figgis is summering in Binghamton, N.Y., in the company of Kim Novak, Kevin Anderson and Pamela Gidley. Mr. Figgis, the director of ''Stormy Monday'' and ''Internal Affairs,'' got to upstate New York, where he is filming ''Liebestraum'' (''Love's Dream''), by way of an eerie cottage in Devon,
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: The Thin Blue Line Featuring the principals in the case and, in re-enactments, Adam Goldfine, Derek Horton, Ron Thornhill, Marianne Leone, Amanda Caprio and Michael Nicoll. Directed by Errol Morris. 1988. HBO Video. 101 minutes. $89.99. Not rated. The Thin Blue Line Featuring the principals in the case and, in re-enactments, Adam Goldfine,
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Review/Film; A First Feature, With a Bounty Hunter
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: ''The Blue Iguana,'' which opened yesterday at the Cinema 2 and other theaters, belongs to that genre of first feature most favored by film-school graduates. It's inspired not by life but by other movies. Whatever passion it possesses is the film maker's desire to make movies - any movies - before he has much of anything in mind to make
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Review/Film; A Teen-Ager's Suicide
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Why should popular, talented, good-looking, success-bound David jump into the Pacific Ocean? If the writers of ''Permanent Record'' know, they are not telling. Anyhow, the event creates great distress among David's high school classmates, especially his best pal and musical collaborator, the sexpot whose favors he has been enjoying, and a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Pamela Gidley
    THIRTIES
  • 2005
    Age 39
    She was married to martial arts actor James Lew from 2005 to 2008 when they divorced.
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  • 2004
    Age 38
    She directed and wrote the 2004 short film I Just Forgot.
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  • 2000
    Age 34
    In 2000, she appeared in the family comedy The Little Vampire.
    More Details Hide Details She has not starred in a film since 2005. Her most recent film to date is the direct-to-video comedy Cake Boy. Gidley is perhaps best known for her roles in television series. Her first appearance in television was in an episode of the action adventure series MacGyver. She had the recurring role of Brigitte Parker in The Pretender. Her character was the first to be introduced on the show's official website before any of the episodes had aired. She played another recurring character, Teri Miller on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. She appeared in the show's first and third seasons. She starred as Audrey Westin in the short-lived mystery series Strange Luck which only lasted one season. Her other television credits include Crime Story, Tour of Duty, and the serial drama Skin which was cancelled after just eight episodes, and she guest starred in an episode of The Closer which is her final appearance as an actress at present.
    She has appeared in several films of the 1980s including Dudes, Permanent Record, The Blue Iguana, and the cult sci-fi classic Cherry 2000.
    More Details Hide Details Gidley has starred in many films throughout the '90s, including Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, a prequel to the short-lived television series, Disturbed, alongside Malcolm McDowell, Highway to Hell, alongside Patrick Bergin and an early role for Ben Stiller, the comedy Jane Austen's Mafia!, the comedy horror Aberration, a film in which she starred in the lead role, and Kiss & Tell, a film in which Gidley also served as producer.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1986
    Age 20
    Gidley has appeared in film and television. She has acted alongside several Hollywood stars including Keanu Reeves, Josh Brolin, Melanie Griffith, and Jon Cryer. She made her acting debut in the 1986 film Thrashin'.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1985
    Age 19
    She won the Wilhemina Modeling Agency's "Most Beautiful Girl in the World" contest on March 12, 1985, in Sydney, Australia.
    More Details Hide Details As her modeling career had taken off, Gidley studied acting at the New York Academy of Dramatic Art under actress and acting teacher Stella Adler, who ran the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. She eventually moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career in acting.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Born
    Born on June 11, 1965.
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