Pamela Green was a UK model who once was a staple in Harrison Marks
publications. She really looked the part of a Greek godess and was
INCREDIBLY gorgeous. Some people have refereed to her as the UK version
Look at that beautiful face... I love Pamela Green!
"Pamela Green (born March 28, 1932 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey,
England) rose to fame in the 1950s and 1960s as an English glamour model
and actress. She was a regular model for Zoltán Glass,
She founded Kamera with photographer Harrison Marks in 1953. In 1960,
she appeared in the psychological thriller Peeping Tom, directed by
Michael Powell. When the film was released, the shot of Green had
to be cut after protests from Local Watch Committees in various towns
before its scheduled screening, but in 1979 she was rediscovered by a
new generation of fans when it was shown in its original version at the
1979 New York Film Festival, through the efforts of Martin Scorsese.
After dissolving the partnership with Harrison Marks in 1967, she moved
to the Isle of Wight and married Douglas Webb, a glamour photographer,
with whom she made more photographs. Pamela started figure modeling to
pay for her art school studies and moved on to photographic modeling
because it paid more.
She was responsible for staging and props and costumes, choosing and
training other models, as well as modeling herself. She was the main
initiator and business organizer of Kamera and its successors. She is
also an accomplished painter and classical pianist." -Wikipedia
Pamela Green passed away on May 7 2010. She was one of the most
beautiful woman to have ever existed and one of the figure model greats.
Thanks to Ed Carter and Johnny B. for contributions on this page!