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us: Blair, Pamela

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    • us: Blair, Pam
    • us: Scardino, Pam
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    • Birth Date

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        (naf) Bennington (Vt.)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: National Academy of Ballet (New York, N.Y.)
        • Affiliation Start: 1965
        • Affiliation End: 1966
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Dance
      • occupation

          (lcsh) Dancers
            (lcsh) Vocalists
              (lcsh) Actresses
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          • Sources

            • found: Link, P. King of hearts [SR] c1980 (a.e.): container (Pamela Blair, singer)
            • found: Pamela Blair interview, 1974: from audition (Pamela Blair, interviewee)
            • found: IBDB WWW site, December 15, 2014: performer page (Pamela Blair, performer; b. December 05, 1949 Bennington, Vermont; also known as: Pam Blair; relations: wife of Don Scardino; A Chorus Line (1975): performer [Val]; The best little whorehouse in Texas (1978): also starring [Amber]; King of hearts (1978): performer [Jeunefille])
            • found: Wikipedia WWW site, December 17, 2014: Pamela Blair (Pamela Blair, known as Pam, is an American actress, singer and dancer best known for originating the role of "Val" in the musical "A Chorus Line" and several appearances on American soap operas; born in Bennington, Vermont; attended the National Academy of Ballet in her senior year of high school in New York City (1965-1966); dancer/performer in Broadway productions: "Promises, Promises" (1968-1972), "Sugar" (1972) (Sugar Kane), "Seesaw" (1973) (Citizen of New York), "Of mice and men" (1974-1975) (Curly's wife), "A Chorus Line" (1975) (Val), "The best little whorehouse in Texas" (1978) (Amber/Angel); "King of Hearts" (1978) (Jeunefille); "The Nerd" (1987) (Clelia Waldgrave), "A few good men" (1989) (Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway); appeared in American soap operas and some television series roles: "Loving" (1983-1985) (Rita Mae Bristow), "All my children" (1985) (Maida Andrews), "Another world" (1994) (Bonnie Broderick) and "Sabrina, the teenage witch" (1998) (Sabrina's Mom); acted in various film roles; married Don Scardino in 1984, divorced in 1991)
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            • 1981-09-04: new
            • 2014-12-19: revised
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