A pneumatic blonde model and former Playboy playmate, Canadian-American actress Pamela Anderson burst onto the scene in the early 1990s and defied skeptics by staying there. As the star of the international television phenomenon, "Baywatch" (syndicated, 1989-2001), Anderson cemented her seamless transition from modeling into acting and a long run as Page Six cover girl; the latter following her many love life travails with rocker boyfriends-turned-husbands Tommy Lee and Kid Rock. An internet-leaked sex tape with Lee did little to impede this one-woman entertainment juggernaut's late Nineties momentum. After over 15 years of fame, Anderson transcended from mere babe du jour to pop cultural icon - all without any discernible acting chops or substantial credits under her belt. Ironically, this surreal objectification of her as a "Superstar Sex Symbol" served as the driving sub-plot of the 2006 comedy "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan." Through many years, surgical enhancements and PETA protests, Anderson never failed to fascinate a public, which, like Borat, viewed the ageless actress as America's idealized blonde bombshell.