Pamelyn Ferdin
Actress, voice actress
Pamelyn Ferdin
Pamelyn Wanda Ferdin is a former American television and film child actor who grew up in Glendale, California. She attended Herbert Hoover High School (Glendale) and graduated in 1977. She was active both in live action and as a voice actress in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s and has since appeared in several voice acting roles as late as 2009. She is currently an animal rights activist.
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Tree chopping at East Valley Animal Shelter has some on cutting edge - Contra Costa Times
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Bernheim said the the marketing banner strategy was hatched by animal welfare activist Pamelyn Ferdin, of Animal Defense League-Los Angeles, and agreed to by Barnette, who took over a year ago as head of Animal Services. He said one of every three dogs
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Look up these names on IMDB; Mary Wickes, Rip Torn, Pamelyn Ferdin, Margaret Hamilton, and Fran Ryan. You will have a blast going through their innumerable credits and remembering where you first saw them (provided you don't need an education you young
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Civil War movies, the sorrow and the pity: Looking back at 'Gettysburg ... - Plain Dealer
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Starring Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Hartman, Pamelyn Ferdin.) Based on the novel by Thomas Cullinan. A wounded Union soldier behind enemy lines is hidden at the Farnsworth Seminary for Young Ladies. Do they want to heal him, turn him in,
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THE Hanna-Barbera Heidi is a cheerful creature, an angelic, animated child who says things like ''But Grandfather, every day can be Christmas if you're happy!'' She also sings frequently. She is the star of ''Heidi's Song,'' a children's entertainment of the oldfashioned school, full of friendly bunnies and lovable kittens and demure girls hoping
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Pamelyn Ferdin
  • 2008
    Age 49
    In 2008, Ferdin was convicted of contempt of court, after allegedly violating an injunction.
    More Details Hide Details The conviction was overturned and she is now suing UCLA for harassment in federal court.
  • 2006
    Age 47
    In December 2006, Ferdin's group the Animal Defense League, Los Angeles (ADLLA) announced that it had been awarded $75,000 against the city of Los Angeles for an anti-SLAPP (Strategic lawsuit against public participation) motion.
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    On June 22, 2006, Ferdin was sentenced to 90 days in jail for trespassing and "targeted demonstration" outside the home of an employee of the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services.
    More Details Hide Details She stated that the conviction "is not going to affect my speaking out and exposing the atrocities occurring at our six city shelters." She served 36 hours and was released for serving the full sentence due to prison over crowding.
  • 2004
    Age 45
    In 2004, she accused the parents of Kelly Keen, a three-year-old child killed in a coyote attack, of murdering their daughter and using the story of an animal attack to cover up the crime.
    More Details Hide Details This was part of her protest against public efforts to control the coyote population near suburban homes.
    In August 2004, Ferdin accepted the presidency of Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC), according to statements filed under oath in U.S. District Court in New Jersey.
    More Details Hide Details The incumbent, Kevin Kjonaas, resigned after being indicted on charges of conspiracy and interstate stalking. When Kjonaas and six other SHAC activists were jailed in 2006, Ferdin vowed to continue the campaign. According to she defined her role as "a squeaky-clean representative for SHAC USA," but warned that if the SHAC 7 were convicted, "People, I think, are going to get hurt. There's going to be a lot of violence."
  • 1999
    Age 40
    Ferdin drew away from acting in the mid-1980s, but did voice the character of Shelley Kelley in seven episodes of the Kids' WB series Detention in 1999.
    More Details Hide Details After leaving her job as a public relations director in the mid-1990s, Ferdin began working for the Center for Animal Care and Control in New York City.
  • 1986
    Age 27
    She married Dr. Jerry Vlasak on October 12, 1986. They divorced in 2008.
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  • 1973
    Age 14
    She was considered for the role of Regan MacNeil, the demon-possessed girl in the 1973 William Friedkin film "The Exorcist," but casting directors preferred the then less-familiar actress Linda Blair.
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    She voiced Fern Arable, the little girl who works to save the life of Wilbur the pig, in the 1973 film version of Charlotte's Web.
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  • 1969
    Age 10
    Ferdin provided the voice of Lucy van Pelt in three Peanuts cartoons: the 1969 TV special It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown, a 1969 feature film A Boy Named Charlie Brown and the 1971 TV special Play It Again, Charlie Brown.
    More Details Hide Details Ferdin was a frequent guest star on episodic television in the 1960s and 1970s, with appearances on Bewitched, Green Acres, The Andy Griffith Show, Branded, Daniel Boone, Custer, The Monkees, The Flying Nun, Gunsmoke, Shazam! The High Chaparral, Mannix, The Brady Bunch, Family Affair, Love, American Style, Marcus Welby, M.D., Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, Apple's Way, The Streets of San Francisco, Baretta, CHiPS, and 240-Robert. She had a brief and uncredited role in The Reluctant Astronaut (1965) and was featured in the Walt Disney musical The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968). She appeared as Mary Constable in the supernatural thriller Daughter of the Mind and as Abby Clarkson in the horror film The Mephisto Waltz (1971) with Alan Alda. The same year, Ferdin appeared in The Christine Jorgensen Story, based on the life of the first trans woman in the United States to undergo sex reassignment surgery, and in The Beguiled alongside Clint Eastwood and Geraldine Page. She then appeared in the Kurt Vonnegut adaptation Happy Birthday Wanda June, and in the exploitation horror film The Toolbox Murders (1978).
  • 1968
    Age 9
    She appeared on the original Star Trek in 1968 as one of a group of orphaned children led by an alien with sinister motives in the episode "And the Children Shall Lead", and in the 1977 series Space Academy as Laura Gentry.
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    Ferdin played the Bumsteads' daughter Cookie in the 1968–1969 CBS revival series Blondie.
    More Details Hide Details She played Felix Unger's daughter Edna in the 1970s ABC series version of The Odd Couple and Paul Lynde's daughter Sally on the short-lived The Paul Lynde Show.
  • 1959
    Age 0
    Born on February 4, 1959.
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