Full detailed profile on Pamela Douglas Played by Alley Mills on The Bold and the Beautiful Daytime Soap Opera.
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Actor: Alley Mills
Who played Pamela Douglas over the years
Alley Mills (2006 - present)
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* Nicknamed "Pammy" by sister Stephanie.
Current: Secretary at Forrester Creations
Pamela willingly took on the role as the dutiful daughter and took care of her (and Stephanie's) mother after their father died. Stephanie went on to marry Eric and have the glamorous life of a fashion designer in Los Angeles, while Pamela and their mother remained in Chicago.
Pam, who'd done little more than exchange Christmas cards with sister Stephanie for years, was stunned when Stephanie suddenly turned up in her life again. Stephanie confided to Pam that she would need to confront their mother, Ann, about the abuse that she had suffered at the hands of their father in order for her life to be complete. Ann, ever the supporter of Stephanie, was aware of the abuse and had tried to protect Stephanie, which only made their bond stronger.
Pam supported Stephanie's decision to confront Ann and stood by her side while Stephanie relived the nightmare. When Ann refused to believe what Stephanie was saying as true, Eric was furious and stood by Pam and Stephanie's side.
Later, at Eric's request, Pam and Ann came to LA to celebrate Christmas with the Forresters. Pam right away bonded with Felicia (and had already bonded with Eric). At first Stephanie didn't want them there, but due to a loving gesture by Thorne's daughter, Ally, eventually came to forgive Ann and allow Ann and Pam to stay.
Stephanie spent some time in Chicago, getting some long-overdue mother-daughter bonding in, leaving Pam in LA with instructions to keep an eye on Eric, with whom Stephanie was estranged and with whom Jackie Marone was getting too close for comfort. Pam stayed and made the Forrester Mansion a warm and inviting home.
Pam had her work cut out for her, as Jackie was a demanding presence in the home and once, when Jackie too brazenly hit on Eric, Pam sent her packing in no uncertain terms. But, shamefully, Pam was falling for Eric herself. Eric asked her to stay in a guest house on the grounds and she accepted.
After an argument with Stephanie, Pam moved back to Chicago with Ann, but returned when Stephanie was shot. Pam didn’t come back alone, as this time she brought with her a Doberman Pinscher named Tiny. She also had a new mission, which was to win Eric over for herself, but he was having an affair with Donna. She didn’t let that stop her though, as she did everything in her power to get Donna out of Eric’s life. With the help of Tiny, Pam began to terrorize Eric’s new love. She had Tiny tear up one of Donna’s thongs and instructed Tiny to literally chase Donna out of the house. Pam left town again when Ann called because Pam hadn’t been taking her medication, which was needed for her recently revealed bipolar disorder.
Eric and Stephanie had an anniversary party, which brought Pam and Tiny back to town. Eric admitted to Pam that he was in love with Donna and intended to be with her. Pam stayed in town and began working at Forrester Creations as a receptionist and Eric and Stephanie began divorce proceedings.
With Eric and Donna now together, Pam began playing pranks on Donna in order to embarrass her out of Eric’s life, so he would return to Stephanie. She did such things as turning her hair green, turning her teeth brown and locking her in a tanning booth. Pam bragged about her tricks to Stephanie, but the elder Douglas told her sister that she should leave Eric and Donna alone, because her relationship with Eric was definitely over. Things escalated however when Donna fed Tiny Pam’s famous lemon bars and Tiny died of a preexisting heart condition.
Donna and Eric eventually married, but Pam was determined to get Eric and Stephanie back together. She went off her meds and began poisoning Eric in hopes of weakening him to make him realize he was too old for Donna. However, it backfired on her and Eric had a heart attack and landed in a coma. Donna went up to the Big Bear cabin for some alone time, but Pam followed her and tied her up to a chair, poured honey on her and left her to be attacked by a bear. Luckily, Owen found Donna in time, but Pam took off on the run.
While in hiding, Pam continued to terrorize Donna by hitting her mother with a car and orchestrating Marcus’s cobra attack. She revealed herself to Donna and warned her she would do worse if Donna didn’t stay away from Eric. Fearing for Eric (who had come out of his coma) and her family’s safety, Donna did what Pam instructed and signed divorce papers.
Owen tipped Stephanie off to her sister’s crazy antics and Stephanie and Eric put a plan in motion to lure Pam out of hiding. It worked, but Pam got so upset she passed out. Once at the hospital, it was revealed that Pam had a large mass on her brain that was probably the cause of her bizarre behavior. After surgery to have it removed, Pam didn’t remember recent events, but apologized upon learning what she had done and begged for forgiveness. Stephanie and Eric convinced Donna not to testify against Pam so Ann could take her back to Chicago where she would receive treatment. Donna reluctantly agreed, but wasn’t buying Pam’s sudden innocent act.
When Stephen Logan decided to get back at Stephanie Forrester for his wife's death, he used Pam to do it. He convinced her he was in love with her and urged her to shoot her sister. The plan backfired, but Pam forgave Stephen and they eventually became engaged.
After Stephen ended their engagement, Pam blamed Stephanie for never accepting him and struck back by stealing Forrester designs for Nick and Jackie.
Stephen Logan Sr.
John Douglas (father - deceased)
Ann Douglas (mother)
Stephanie Douglas Forrester (sister)
Ridge Forrester (nephew)
Angela Forrester (niece - deceased)
Kristen Forrester Dominguez (niece)
Thorne Forrester (nephew)
Felicia Forrester (niece)
Alexandria Forrester (great-niece)
R.J. Forrester (Infant) (great-nephew)
Dante Damiano (Past) (great-nephew)
Steffy Forrester (great-niece)
Thomas Forrester (great-nephew)
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At Forrester, Ridge tells Hope he should be there with Katie to talk to Brooke. Hope understands why Katie wanted to do it alone. She decides it really is best this way. He thanks her for giving them time to figure things out. Hope says it was the right thing for all three of them, not that Brooke will agree. Ridge decides to go over there. In another office, Quinn and Wyatt discuss his trip to Paris. She's thrilled to hear that Thorne loved his idea about Stephanie's jewelry collection. Wyatt tells Quinn how great things are between him and Hope. He says there's some stuff going on with Hope's mom right now and she leans on him. Quinn crows that the trip sounds flawless. Wyatt says almost, and tells her about Ally. As he exits, Pam appears. Quinn tells her she'd like to send flowers to Hope and put it on Eric's account. Pam grimaces. She asks what's up with Wyatt's stunt regarding her sister's jewelry. Quinn asks Pam if she misses Chicago - it might be a better place for her. Pam says she's a California girl now. Quinn muses that she'd miss her boyfriend, Up-Chuck. Pam threatens to hand the tape of Wyatt over to the police. The minute he's not Hope's boyfriend anymore, he's going straight to jail! Meanwhile, Wyatt and Hope meet in the steam room and start kissing. He wants to help her get to a better place. She says he already has. Later, Ally tells Pam she saw her talking to Quinn and Wyatt. She says she thinks they're no good. Pam tells her to trust her instincts. Ally asks, "What do you know about them?"
At Forrester, Pam tells Eric that Wyatt's taken Stephanie's jewels to Paris for appraisal and has his full support. He muses about Ally's negative reaction to Wyatt - there was an alarming tone in Ally's voice when she mentioned him. Pam says it's a good thing she's with Thorne. He can keep a protective eye on her. They discuss Ally's issues - she's fine and then it's like a switch is flipped and she becomes violent and full of rage.