|Born:||October 6, 1978|
Santiago del Estero, Argentina
|Bra/cup size:||36D (80D)|
|Boobs:||Enhanced (silicone implants)|
|Height:||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
David currently works as a hostess in a Canal 2 TV program called Fuera de Foco.
Pamela David moved from hometown Santiago del Estero to Buenos Aires in 1998 to study Management for Enterprises, but left the university in order to concentrate in her career as model (for the Ricardo Piñeiro Modelling Agency).
Pamela David became famous after appearing in the second season of the reality TV show El Bar (The Tavern) aired in 2001. This exposure brought her to the attention of the Argentinean edition of Playboy magazine, for whom she became a cover model. David also appeared on the cover of the famous Spanish magazine Interviú, in which she posed topless and nude. In 2005, David appeared in two episodes of the 'Noche de Juegos' and an episode of 'De Pe a Pa' as herself. David has also done work as a TV presenter on the TV series 'Fuera de Foco.'
David has also some acting roles to her credits, providing the Latin voice for Pamela Anderson's animated character Stripperella in the series of the same name. David also played the role of Rosario in the Argentinean TV series 'Doble Vida' in 2005. David is also famed for playing Wonder Woman in a popular commercial for Mexican superstore 'El Palacio De Hierro'.
Clothing and wardrobe malfunctions
Pamela David often wears daring and low-cut outfits at public occasions.
- On January 23, 2005, she visited the Chilean TV show Noche de Juegos (Night of Games), wearing a completely transparent black dress.
- One week later, on January 30, 2005, she appeared again in the show, this time wearing a loose low-cut dress fixed to her breasts with lingerie tape.
- On April 29, 2006, a boob slip happened during a football game when she was cheering for the Argentine team, wearing a low-cut body in Argentina's national colours.
Pamela David is the daughter of DyD owner/producer Alberto David. The family later moved to Santiago del Estero where Pamela entered many beauty contests and won the regional contest for the 'Tourism Queen' contest, later winning the national title be crowned 'National Queen of Tourism in Argentina'. David moved from to Buenos Aires in 1998 to study enterprise management. Uninterested by her university studies, David dropped out of university, so that she could focus on a modeling career.
Pamela David gave birth to her first child on 27 January 2008, a boy named Felipe. Felipe's father is Argentinean professional basketball player Bruno Lábaque, whom she married in 2008.