Here’s a picture of Pamela Green with Marie Deveraux (Patrica Sutcliffe). The actor Michael Caine introduced Marie to Pam and George. Dark-haired, 38-23-36, and with an outstanding figure, she first appeared in Kamera no.2 in 1957. She got her slightly exotic looks from her mother who was Spanish. Pam and George liked working with her, and she became one of their most frequently used models. She crops up in following issues of Kamera: 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 13, 14, 18, 24 (as Carol), 25, 27, 41, 42, 43, and 65. In addition, she appeared in Solo no.8 and with Pamela in the book Kamera on Location.
She went on to have a brief career in film with various small parts, most notably in Serious Charge, The Brides of Dracula, and The Pirates of Blood River. Elizabeth Taylor used her as her stand-in Cleopatra. Apparently, she was meant to star alongside Marlon Brando in the film Cassandra’s Iliad, the screenplay for which was written by the novelist Mario Puzo, but it was never made. In 1964 she had a sizeable supporting role in Samuel Fuller’s cult melodrama The Naked Kiss, after which she retired from acting to get married and raise a family. Devereux died in Meridian, Idaho, United States, on 30 December 2019.
Pamela Green grew up in West Wickham, Kent. Her parents still lived there when she started modeling, and the above photo was taken in their house on Coney Hill Road. She did a series of photos with Marie in the conservatory of the house at the same time.