Pamelyn Ferdin

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Pamelyn Wanda Ferdin is a former American actress, director of public relations, and animal rights activist. She has appeared in various television shows and films as an actress till date. She played leading parts in the drama programs “Lassie,” “Space Academy,” and “The Paul Lynde Show.” The actress has been in “The Reluctant Astronaut,” “The Beguiled,” “The Mephisto Waltz,” and “The Toolbox Murders” on the big screen. Ferdin has also worked as a voice actress, gaining notoriety for her roles as Precocia and Sally Murphy in the television programs The Roman Holidays and Sealab 2020, respectively. In the dramas ‘These Are the Days’ and ‘Detention,’ she voiced the characters of Kathy Day and Shelley Kelley, respectively. In addition, she had guest parts on a number of television programs, including ‘The Littlest Hobo,’ ‘The Andy Griffith Show,’ ‘Branded,’ ‘Family Affair,’ ‘The Second Hundred Years,’ ‘Gunsmoke,’ ‘The Flying Nun,’ ‘Mannix,’ and ‘Night Gallery.’ Ferdin, who served as a director of public relations in the 1990s, is a passionate animal activist who is affiliated with multiple groups.

Pamelyn Ferdin’s Career

Pamelyn Ferdin made her acting debut in the 1964 film “What a Way to Go!” at the age of four. In the same year, she appeared as a guest star in the drama The Littlest Hobo. Afterward, she appeared on “The John Forsythe Show.”

After appearing in an episode of “Family Affair” in 1966, she starred in “Valley of Mystery” the following year. The American actress was then cast in the series Blondie as Cookie Bumstead. She provided the voice for Lucy van Pelt in the 1969 film A Boy Named Charlie Brown.

Ferdin appeared in the films The Beguiled,’ ‘The Mephisto Waltz,’ ‘What’s the Matter with Helen,’ and ‘Happy Birthday, Wanda June two years later.

She then provided her voice for the television programs ‘The Roman Holidays,’ ‘Sealab 2020,’ and ‘The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie’ She played the role of Sally Simms on ‘The Paul Lynde Show’ from 1972 to 1973. She also played Lucy Baker in the drama ‘Lassie’ around this time.

In 1974, Ferdin voiced a character in the television series “These Are the Days.” Two years later, she had a guest appearance on “The Streets of San Francisco.” Then, in 1977, after starring in the drama Space Academy, she appeared in the film The Toolbox Murders.

In the 1999 film “Detention,” the actress voiced Shelley Kelley. She voiced Christmas the Horse in the 2002 television picture Elf Sparkle Meets Christmas the Horse.

Pamelyn Ferdin’s Activism

Ferdin began working at New York City’s Center for Animal Care and Control after quitting his position as director of public relations in the mid-1990s. She assumed the presidency of Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty in August 2004. (SHAC).

Two years later, she was sentenced to ninety days in prison for trespassing and “targeted demonstration” outside the residence of a Los Angeles Department of Animal Services employee. Ferdin was found guilty of contempt of court in 2008 for breaking an injunction.

Ferdin’s Personal Life

Pamelyn Ferdin was born on February 4, 1959, in Los Angeles, California, the United States as Pamelyn Wanda Ferdin. She attended high school at Herbert Hoover. In terms of her romantic history, she was previously married to the surgeon Jerry Vlasak.

Estimated Net Worth

Pamelyn Ferdin is one of the wealthiest and most popular voice actresses in the world. According to our investigation, Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Pamelyn Ferdin has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.