Pamela Mason (10 March 1916 – 29 June 1996) was a British actress, author, and screenwriter who appeared in a number of British films.
Early life and career
Born Pamela Ostrer in Westgate-on-Sea, Mason was the daughter of Isadore, a mill owner, and Helen Ostrer. She left school at age 9 and age 16, married Roy Kellino. She began acting in 1934, and in 1939 she and Kellino made their first film together I Met a Murderer (1939). After divorcing Kellino in 1940, she married actor James Mason with whom she had two children. She remained married to him until 1964.
On 29 June 1996, Mason died of heart failure at her home in Beverly Hills, California. Her ashes were scattered in the rose garden at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles.