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Pamela Blake (Adele Pearce) was born on 6 August, 1915 in Oakland, CA, is an American film actress. Discover Pamela Blake's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Pamela Blake networth?

Popular As Adele Pearce
Occupation actress,soundtrack
Age 94 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 6 August 1915
Birthday 6 August
Birthplace Oakland, CA
Date of death October 6, 2009
Died Place Las Vegas, NV
Nationality CA

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Who Is Pamela Blake's Husband?

Her husband is John Canavan (m. 1983–1996), Mike Stokey (m. 1943–1948), Malcolm McTaggart

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Husband John Canavan (m. 1983–1996), Mike Stokey (m. 1943–1948), Malcolm McTaggart
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Children Mike Stokey, Barbara Stokey

Pamela Blake Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Pamela Blake worth at the age of 94 years old? Pamela Blake’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from CA. We have estimated Pamela Blake's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Actress

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, was a Vietnam War combat veteran and demolition expert who became a technician and military advisor for such war films/epics as Born on the Fourth of July (1989), The Thin Red Line (1998), Alexander (2004) and Tropic Thunder (2008).


A third marriage in 1983 to John Canavan, an Air Force master sergeant, lasted until his death. One of her children, Mike Stokey Jr.


Instead, she went on to raise her two children by second husband, writer/actor/producer Mike Stokey, who created the popular 1960s TV game show "Pantomime Quiz" (aka "Stump the Stars"). That union also ended up in the divorce courts.


She wound up her film career with the "Wild" Bill Elliott western Waco (1952).


's Joe Palooka in Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey (1950) and played one of The Daltons' Women (1950) in the "B" western.

She broken into TV in the early 1950s and had already graced such westerns as "The Cisco Kid" and "The Range Rider" by the time she decided to retire in 1953. Pamela and her family moved to Las Vegas and she retired completely from the limelight and never returned.


McTaggart tragically drowned in a Beverly Hills swimming pool in 1949 at the age of 39. Following a small role in the Alfred Hitchcock hit comedy romance Mr. & Mrs.


She finished up the decade co-starring with Tom Neal in two crimes -- The Hat Box Mystery (1947) and The Case of the Baby Sitter (1947) -- and also played opposite Monte Hale in the western Son of God's Country (1948); Robert Lowery in the "B" noir Highway 13 (1948); and Richard Travis in the espionage tale Sky Liner (1949). Into the next decade Pamela essayed the role of wife Anne Palooka opposite Joe Kirkwood Jr.


The actress received extended visibility co-starring in a number of multi-chaptered cliffhangers, including Chick Carter, Detective (1946), The Sea Hound (1947), The Mysterious Mr.

M (1946) and Ghost of Zorro (1949).


Elsewhere, Pamela was given the top-billed "Poverty Row" lead in the Republic crime mystery Three's a Crowd (1945); played the heroine in the dramatic Why Girls Leave Home (1945); and appeared in Captain Tugboat Annie (1945) with Jane Darwell taking over the vinegary title role.


Moreover, she worked with Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall when they were The East Side Kids in Kid Dynamite (1943), and rejoined them when they became The Bowery Boys in their first venture Live Wires (1946).


Pamela was subsequently signed by Metro and featured in the studio's comedy series' entries Maisie Gets Her Man (1942) and Swing Shift Maisie (1943) both starring Ann Sothern as the breezy title character.

She was also romanced by co-star James Craig in the standard western The Omaha Trail (1942), and appeared here and there in other MGM pictures such as Slightly Dangerous (1943) starring Lana Turner and Kay Kyser's Swing Fever (1943). The actress failed, however, to rise above the studio's lower tier of stars, and was eventually dropped.


The couple went on to appear as husband and wife in the exploitive and unsubtle programmer No Greater Sin (1941), which posed the dangers of venereal disease and the importance of hygiene. Their career struggles eventually damaged the marriage and the couple divorced within a few years.

Smith (1941) with Carole Lombard and Robert Montgomery, Pamela's best opportunity came at Paramount with the secondary femme role as a cleaning lady Annie in the film noir classic This Gun for Hire (1942) wherein she shares a notable face-slapping, dress-ripping scene with Alan Ladd's lethal hit man Philip Raven. At this point the actress's marquee name had been changed from Adele Pearce to Pamela Blake.


RKO director John Farrow guided her briefly in such programmers as Sorority House (1939) and Full Confession (1939), the latter starring Victor McLaglen and Barry Fitzgerald.

The petite actress then appeared opposite a towering young John Wayne in Wyoming Outlaw (1939).

This film, along with Full Confession (1939), also featured actor/stuntman 'Malcolm "Bud' McTaggart', who would become Pamela's first husband.


She eventually relocated back to the Los Angeles area and continued to apprentice in a succession of uncredited bit roles until earning her first lead opposite cowboy star Tex Ritter in Utah Trail (1938). Billed as Adele Pearce, this breakthrough sparked a series of featured and co-starring roles.


The lovely brunette began with an unbilled part in 8 Girls in a Boat (1934) but then took some time off and returned to her hometown of Oakland to study acting.


The heroine of a host of westerns, crimes and serial adventures during the 1940s, this attractive, full-faced "B" movie item was born Adele Pearce on August 6, 1915 (several movie resources list 1918). Born in Oakland, California, Pamela Blake won a beauty contest at age 17 and decided to try her luck in Hollywood soon after.