Pamela Wallin, OC SOM, is a Canadian senator, former television journalist, and diplomat who was born on April 10, 1953. She was first elected to the Senate on January 2, 2009, and served as a Conservative.
Wallin briefly returned to CTV after being fired from CBC News to cover the 1995 provincial election in Ontario, but she did not stay with the organization long. Instead, she founded Pamela Wallin Productions and began a daily interview show called Pamela Wallin Live in 1995.
Pamela Wallin Live was a highly successful series that aired on CBC Newsworld and, in some years, on the CBC’s main network as well. It featured Wallin interviewing newsmakers, celebrities, and other interesting personalities in a manner similar to CNN’s Larry King Live.
Wallin moved to the cable network TalkTV after four years on the show.In the year 2000, Wallin hosted Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in Canada.
Pamela Wallin Husband
Pamela Wallin and Malcolm Fox married. The marriage began to erode over time for unknown reasons, and eventually ended in divorce.
Pamela Wallin Net Worth
Pamela Wallin has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million to $5 million. Pamela acquired her wealth primarily through her successful journalism career.