About Pat Anderson
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Pat Anderson was a lovely, shapely and buxom blonde actress who greatly enlivened a handful of enjoyably trashy 70's exploitation pictures with her winning blend of sweet sex appeal and infectiously exuberant energy. Pat was born in Superior, Wisconsin and first began acting in the early 70's. She made her film debut with an uncredited bit part in the excellent crime thriller "Bonnie's Kids." Anderson's most memorable roles are endearingly klutzy eager beaver rookie stewardess Toby in the delightfully dippy "Fly Me," enticing all girls basketball coach Lizzie in "Dirty O'Neil: The Love Life of a Cop," spunky undercover cop Elaine in the supremely tacky "T.N.T. Jackson," perky fashion model Barbara in "Cover Girl Models," and uptight young teacher Sally in the amusingly inane "Summer School Teachers." Moreover, Pat made guest appearances on the TV shows "The Bold Ones: The New Doctors," "Here We Go Again," "Dynasty," and "Jake and the Fatman." Alas, Pat Anderson's career slowed down in the 80's and she eventually stopped acting altogether by the end of that particular decade.