ENGLEWOOD, N.J.--Pamela Duncan, who had a moderately successful acting career, mostly in low-budget B movies
and on TV, died here Nov. 11 following a stroke. She was 73. MSTies will remember her as lady of the evening Diana
Love in the movie in episode 806- THE UNDEAD.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Duncan won several local beauty pageants as a teenager before heading to Hollywood in the
early 1950s. Her first movie role came in 1951's "Whistling Hills." In addition to her starring role
in THE UNDEAD, she is perhaps best known for her role in "Attack of the Crab Monsters" (1957) which,
like THE UNDEAD, was directed by Roger Corman. On television, she appeared in many series, including "The
Roy Rogers Show." "Maverick," "Perry Mason" and "Dr. Kildare."
She stopped performing in the early 1960s, but also appeared in an Oscar®-nominated 2000 documentary, "Curtain
Call," which takes a look at the lives of some of the residents of an Actor's Fund home.