American actress and model revealed in an interview on the First Dates star’s talk show that she had devotion every morning and wanted to be a nun.
Pamela Anderson on the show with Drew Barrymore shared her childhood experiences and how she wanted to be devoted to the faith. “I wanted to be a nun,” she said, “or a librarian.” Pamela’s desires were borne out of hours spent at local library story time groups, where she developed an interest in the Bible. Instead of joining a convent, the Baywatch actor described getting a “university” experience at the Playboy Mansion after moving from Canada as a teenager. “I was at the library every day. I was at story time every day, and I really wanted to be a librarian. But then I thought, ‘No, I really want to be a nun,’ She said.
According to her, she built a devotional habit by waking up at “4am or 5am” daily and saying her morning prayers. In her words, She said: “I have my prayers I say in the morning. I have to do my routine – my Hail Marys, my little thing with my little Mary sculpture.”
Pamela authored the book, “Love, Pamela”, which features her life story as a mother, activist, and actress.