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She acted in Ken Hill's play, "Forward, Up Your End," at the Theatre Royal in Stratford, Warwickshire, England with Jean Boht and Bill Wallis in the cast. Joan Littlewood was director.
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Pam St Clement | Pamela Saint-Clement | Pamela St. Clement | Pam St. Clements
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
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[on the longevity of her EastEnders
(1985) character Pat Evans] Pat came in and created havoc for a few months, then the creator Julia Smith wanted her back. I couldn't see how she could come back because she was very two-dimensional. But Julia said, "We'll peel back the layers of onion skin and see why she puts her fists up before she engages her brain." I hope that's what I've spent years doing.
Her parents Reginald Clement and Ann Tribe married in 1940. When Pam was just months old, her mother Ann died. As a result she spent the rest of her childhood in and out of foster care, but always maintained a relationship with her father Reginald.