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Pamela Hensley

Highest Rated:   100% There Was a Crooked Man (1970)
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Pamela Hensley's first TV job was as a "pointer" on the syndicated audience-participation series The New Treasure Hunt. Signed to a Universal Studios contract in 1973, Hensley seemed poised on the brink of the Big Time in 1975. That was the year that Hensley, in the role of Janet Blake, married Dr. Steve Kiley (James Brolin) on Marcus Welby MD. That same year, she played the Hispanic heroine in the expensive George Pal film Doc Savage: Man of Bronze (1975). While the Welby episode played to excellent ratings, Doc Savage sank like a stone; clearly, Hensley's future rested in the small rather than the large screen. Pamela Hensley's best post-Welby TV series assignments included the roles of the entrancing Princess Ardala on Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979-80) and lawyer C. J. Parsons on the Lee Horsley private-eye series Matt Houston (1982-85).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Double Exposure
  • Actor
1982
19% The Nude Bomb (The Return of Maxwell Smart)
  • Agent 36
1980
No Score Yet The Rebels
  • Charlotte Waverly
1979
No Score Yet Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
  • Princess Ardala
1979
66% Rollerball
  • Mackie
1975
No Score Yet Doc Savage---The Man of Bronze
  • Mona
1975
100% There Was a Crooked Man
  • Edwina
1970

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