Wasn’t she Canada’s “Centennial Baby” at one point?

Pam Anderson Sworn in as American Citizen in L.A.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – America: Land of the free, home of the Baywatch Babe.
Film and TV star Pamela Anderson, a native of Canada who broke into show business as a spokeswoman for Labatt beer, became an American citizen on Wednesday during a brief ceremony in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom.
“I felt it was important to become a U.S. citizen in order to vote in the United States,” Anderson said in a written statement.
“U.S. Citizenship will allow me, in the future, to petition to bring my children’s grandparents down to the United States to care for them once they become older. I have no intention of giving up my citizenship in Canada and am very proud to be a Canadian.”
Anderson’s lawyer, Barbara Federman, said the actress passed a brief immigration interview in downtown Los Angeles before the ceremony in a courtroom across the street.
Anderson, who shot to international superstardom as beautiful lifeguard C.J. Parker on the hit series “Baywatch,” was approved for citizenship eight months after applying, Federman said.
“She was terrific and she was very excited to study the civics and passed with flying colors,” Federman said. “She enjoyed every minute of it.”
Anderson lends her voice to the Spike TV animated series “Stripperella” and had a small comic role in the 2003 film “Scary Movie 3.”
She was discovered when she attended a British Columbia Lions football game in a Labatt beer T-shirt and was shown on the stadium’s big screen, drawing a roar of approval from the crowd and the attention of Labatt, which signed her as a spokeswoman.