Childhood and career
Born on 3rd october 1950 in Glendale (California, USA), Pamela Hensley is one of the rare actress who was born, raised and worked in Los Angeles.
In 1968 she graduates from Burbank High School.
Daughter of Gail Kent, an actress, and Dr John Hensley, a veterinary, she'll attend The Argyle Academy. She lands an audition for the prestigous Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in Londres.
After three years of intensive theatral training, she comes back to Los Angeles ready to face her own town.
In 1973, she lands a seven years contract with Universal, proving that she made the right choice.
Characters in acknowledged shows will follow one another The Rockford Files, Marcus Welby, Buck Rogers in the 25 the Century.... to name a few.
Admirer of the talent, producer Norman Jewison
casts her as Mackie in the movie Rollerball.
To note that her very first character on the big screen in There was a crooked man where the main actros are Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda!
We don't know much about it.
From 1978 to 1981, she's the wife of Wes Farrell, a composer (died from cancer in 1996).
Since mid eighties, she's married to E. Duke Vincent who was Matt Houston executive producer. He although produced Charmed, Hotel, Melrose Place, Beverly Hills, etc...
They first met the day Pamela audionned for the character of CJ Parsons.