American actress Pamela Tiffin is dead

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Pamela Tiffin and Horst Bucholz in Billy Wilder’s film

American actress Pamela Tiffin (1942–2020) has passed away. This is reported by various US sites, including “The Hollywood Reporter”, citing a friend. The cause of death is unknown.

He was noted for his role in the comedy “One, Two, Three” (1961) by American director Billy Wilder (1906–2002, “Some Like It Hot”). As Scarlett Hazeltine, she played alongside American star James Cogni (1899–1986, “Yankee Doodle Dandy”) and German actor Horst Bucholz (1933–2003, “Die Helbstarken”). Pamela Tiffin at the next Golden Globe Awards ceremony in 1962 Nominated twice: as Best Supporting Actress for “One, Two, Three” and Best Young Actress for her debut in the drama “Somer un Rauch” (1961).

Pamela Tiffin worked with Burt Lancaster (1913–1994) in the western “The Hallelujah Trail” in 1965 and in 1966 with Paul Newman (1925–2008) in the film “Harper”. In the late 1960s she created a sensation with recording “Playboy”. He ended his film career in 1974, his last appearance being in the Italian television film “Rose” (1986). In 2003, he reappeared himself in the documentary “Abel Ferrara: Not Guilty” about the name, now a 69-year-old American filmmaker.

Pamela Tiffin was married to Edmundo Dannon for the second time since 1974. They both had two daughters.

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