Pamela Anderson’s secret fifth wedding! Baywatch star, 52, marries movie producer Jon Peters, 74, in Malibu ceremony 30 years after they first dated
Pamela Anderson has quietly gotten married for the fifth time.
The 52-year-old Baywatch vet said ‘I do’ to 74-year-old movie producer Jon Peters – best known for the films Flashdance, The Witches Of Eastwick and Batman – during a private ceremony in Malibu on Monday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The two have a history: they dated more than 30 years ago when he met her at the Playboy mansion. The site added the pair only reunited recently.
New husband: Pamela Anderson has quietly gotten married for the fifth time. The Baywatch vet said ‘I do’ to movie producer Jon Peters – best known for the films Flashdance, The Witches of Eastwick, Batman – during a private ceremony in Malibu on Monday, according to The Hollywood Reporter
The good ole days: The two have a history: they dated more than 30 years ago and reunited only recently. Seen in 1989
‘There are beautiful girls everywhere. I could have my pick, but – for 35 years – I’ve only wanted Pamela,’ the A Star Is Born producer told the site. ‘She makes me wild –in a good way.’
‘Pamela has never seen her full potential as an artist. She has yet to shine in a real way. There is much more to her than meets the eye, or I wouldn’t love her so much,’ Peters tells THR.
Anderson’s ex husbands include Anderson’s exes include rock star Tommy Lee, with whom she has two adult sons; Kid Rock; and Rick Salomon (whom she wed twice).
Her most recent ex was French soccer star Adil Rami.
Peters was wed to actress Lesley Ann Warren in the early ’70s.
Then he moved on to Barbra Streisand.
He also was married to producer Christine Forsyth-Peters, who attended the Malibu nuptials with their daughters Caleigh and Skye (Peters’ daughter Kendyl also was on hand as were Anderson’s sons, Brandon and Dylan).
Peters and Anderson first met in the mid-’80s at the Playboy Mansion.
‘I walked in and saw this little angel sitting at the bar. It was Pammy. She was like 19. I knew she would be a big star,’ he told THR at the time.
‘We ended up living together. Of course, Hefner loved her and saw her beauty. Pamela was a girl who with no makeup was gorgeous. She was very smart and very talented. I tried to talk her out of doing Playboy. I said, ‘Don’t do Playboy. Focus on a serious career.’ She said, ‘You’re nuts.’ She wanted to do Playboy, and she went on to do 13 covers.’
Peters ‘paid for her acting classes and dance and voice lessons, helping launch her onscreen career, first in TV on Home Improvement and as lifeguard C.J. Parker on the international hit Baywatch and later in film in Barb Wire,’ claimed the site.
He then proposed, but she said no.
‘In 30 years, our age difference won’t mean so much,’ he told her at the time.