Pam Ward’s career was altogether too short, and pretty much existed in the realm of the made-for-TV movie, with her most impressive roles coming in Perry Mason productions. She made her first notable Mason appearance as “Judge Daniels” in 1987’s The Case of the Scandalous Scoundrel, and reprised the role a year later in The Case of the Avenging Ace, but somehow, by 1992, she had been demoted to “Parcel Clerk” in The Case of the Reckless Romeo. How funny life can be… By 1994, after yet another role as a judge in A Child’s Cry for Help, her career came to a screeching halt, and she vanished into obscurity. (As if she had ever been anything but obscure.) In any case, Pam didn’t leave the entertainment world behind without showing a little Skin on screen, most notably in her debut production, 1985’s School Spirit. In it, she plays a co-ed who is spied upon by a dead student’s ghost whilst preparing for, then taking a shower. All in all, it’s a great show of gratuitous nudity, so be sure to check it out.