Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson's house
In fact, Tommy Lee’s (Sebastian Stan) villa as it appears in Pam and Tommy is not located near the shore at all, but at the gateway to Rocky Peak Park, inland, miles from the Pacific. A residence of standing, chosen by the producers of the mini-series because of its resemblance to the real house that Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson occupied in the mid-1990s.
The real residence of the Lee, by the way, no longer exists today. Completely destroyed by the fires in California in late 2019, it had been given up for several years by Tommy Lee to the leader of the group Boy’s Don’t Cry. He himself had sold it, shortly before the flames ravaged it. Nostalgic, Tommy Lee had returned to the scene to see the damage, in a video posted on his Instagram account.
While directors often only use the exteriors of houses, Craig Gillespie and the other directors of Pam and Tommy also shot extensively inside 22634 La Quilla Drive. The hall, almost entirely built in marble, is, for example, the scene of multiple sequences, while the courtyard is at the center of the first episodes, when Seth Rogen’s character manages to steal the safe in which is the sex tape at the center of the story.
Many places frequented by the real couple were also used throughout the production. A way to give the mini-series a realistic and resolutely rock and roll patina.
Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s sex tape generated $77 million in profits in less than twelve months.
22634 La Quilla Dr
Built in 1992, this magnificent house has six bedrooms and ten bathrooms. Its entrance hall is almost entirely made of marble.
The villa with pool sits on almost an acre of land and is also equipped with a guest house. Sold for $2.5 million in 2003, it is now valued at almost $4 million. It is part of the Indian Springs Estates residentia... Learn more about 22634 La Quilla Dr
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Passionné de cinéma, de rock and roll, de séries TV et de littérature. Rédacteur de presse et auteur des livres Le Heavy Metal au cinéma, Paroles de fans Guns N' Roses, Paroles de fans Rammstein et Welcome to my Jungle : 100 albums rock et autres anecdotes dépareillées. Adore également voyager à la recherche des lieux les plus emblématiques de la pop culture.