The Hulu show “Pam and Tommy” has been making waves because it shows how Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee got together. Even though Lily James has done a great job playing Pamela Anderson, people were surprised to see scars on her left arm, very close to her shoulder.
At first, people thought they were Lily’s marks, but when Pamela Anderson got marks in the same place, people began to wonder what they were. So, how about we find out?
Why Does Pamela Anderson Have an Arm Mark?
“Pam and Tommy” look at Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s relationship around the time that their leaked sex tape shocked the entertainment business.
The show has been praised for being real and true to what happened, and Sebastian Stan and Lily James have been praised for their amazing performances.
When it came to make-up and costumes, the production team didn’t leave anything out and paid attention to even the smallest details.
So, when fans saw scars on Lily James’ left arm, they were even more shocked and wondered if the production team had missed them. Still, because she is known for having perfect makeup, people began to wonder if the marks were on purpose, and the internet was full of questions about them. On her left arm, near her shoulder, Pamela Anderson is also known to have the same clear scar. People often notice the scars in photos, and for a long time, Anderson’s fans wondered if they would ever find out what caused them.
In 2008, when she was on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” Anderson did talk about her grades. Anderson showed the scars on her arm on national TV and said that they were from a traumatic event in her childhood. The actress said she got the marks when she was about nine years old. She said she had almost forgotten about them. When the leeches jumped on Anderson, she was “swimming under a float” in a lake in British Columbia.
Anderson was able to get away from them pretty quickly, but they left a mark on her arm that was used in “Pam and Tommy.” Anderson never tried to hide her scars or make them look like something else, even though the event was very scary and upsetting for a nine-year-old. Instead, she made it a part of who she was and proudly showed it off. David Williams, who was in charge of the makeup for “Pam and Tommy,” said to Vanity Fair, “She didn’t cover them up very often, and neither did we. We put them in because a fan of Pam will notice something like that.”