As C.J Parker on the cult Nineties show Baywatch she was best known for saving the lives of others.
And in real life Pamela Anderson appears just as concerned with saving the lives of all living creatures, as she took a stand against bull fighting in Spain on Saturday.
Sat in front of a statue of a traditional Spanish matador, the stunning 50-year-old and renowned animal rights activist held up an anti-animal cruelty sign calling for an end to bull fighting.
The sport sees bulls agitated and urged to charge at the awaiting matadors, in front of thousands of frenzied spectators.
Once the bull has worn itself out it is often stabbed through the neck with a sword where it bleeds outs in the arena.
Dressed in a flowing red dress with thick black belt tapering in around her midriff, Pamela made the elegant stand against the sport.
The beautiful blonde actresses flowing blonde hair rested below her shoulders while the metal tolero statue looked down upon her.
Meanwhile, Pamela has been enjoying the summer with footballer Adil Rami.
The new pairing has come as a surprise to many, as it was heavily speculated she was dating WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Pamela was first linked to Julian in September 2014, when she was spotted at the Knightsbridge embassy where he resides.
She is thought to have made the visit in order to try to persuade Julian to back her new foundation, which supports women who are victims of sexual abuse.
Since then, she has become a regular guest and was even snapped bringing vegan cheeseburgers to the political prisoner in February.
Julian had been living in self-imposed exile at the Ecuadorian Embassy fromJune 19 2012 until May 2017, believing he will be extradited to the United States for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks if he left.
The actress has previously referred to Assange as her ‘dear friend’, saying she would not be surprised if people reduced their connection to ‘just a sexual relationship’.
source: Daily Mail
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