Pamela Sue Martin's movie career
started in the early 70's at the age of 18 with the film To Find a Man (also
known as Sex and the Teenager). On the basis of her performance
in her first film, producer Irwin Allen cast her to co-star with five Academy
Award winners in The Poseidon Adventure. This lead to a series of
movies in the mid 70's before she took time to star as Nancy
Drew on television. She made a few made-for-TV movies, returned to the big
screen in The Lady in Red and Torchlight and then
landed the role as Fallon Carrington on Dynasty. After leaving that series,
she continued working in television, appearing in the mini-series Strong
Medicine, and several made-for-TV movies like Bay Cove,
The Saint: The Software Murders, and Sky Trackers.
Here last theatrical movie would be 1990's Cry in the Wild. She
would then made several guest appearances on television shows and talk shows,
as well as special appearances at The Poseidon Adventure conventions.
Today most of her acting is on the stage in Colorado where she now lives with