Lorie Griffin Net Worth (2022): Height, Age, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 26th, 2022

Lorie Griffin is a very famous American Model and actress of film and television in the ’80s. She is well known as Pamela Wells for her role which she played in the movie Teen Wolf. She stopped working as an artist and took retirement from the industry in 1997. Her last movie was Sandman, and her last on-screen appearance was a serial The Burning Zone.

Lorie Griffin's Net Worth

As of 2022, Lorie Griffin's net worth is estimated to be $1.7 million.

Net Worth$1.7 million
Famous NameLorie Griffin
Source(s) of FameActress, Model
Age61
Date of BirthSeptember 22, 1960
Place of BirthDallas, Texas, USA
Height5'6"

Early Life

Lorie Griffin, also known as Pamela Walls, was born on September 22, 1960, in the beautiful and populous city of Dallas, Texas, United States.

She was always passionate to become an actor. After completing her education, in 1984, She started her career as a TV artist and made a guest appearance in the drama ‘Highway to Heaven’.

She also appeared in Maybelline Makeup Advertisement and introduced herself as a model in 1986. Later on, she became a supermodel and the public started loving her for her beauty and charismatic persona.

Career Highlights

Lorie Griffin made a debut as a guest artist in 1984 on the silver screen drama “Highway to Heaven” but couldn’t make it. Soon, her first film, Teen Wolf, was released in 1985, which was a super hit that gave her a breakthrough in the American movie industry. People loved her and appreciated her character as Pamela Walls due to her outstanding performance as a high school girl in the film.

Later then, in 1988’s movie “Cheerleader Camp,” Lorie performed the role of “Bonnie Reed,” which was equally appreciated by her fans, and she started to earn popularity in the industry. Her other renowned movies are Aloha Summer, Seduction: Three Tales from the Inner Sanctum, Drug Runner and Sandman. She also appeared on TV as Jeanie Anderson in the Drama Charles in Charge and The Burning Zone. Lorie represented many renowned brands like Maybelline New York and others as a model.

Personal Life

Lorie Griffen took retirement from the drama and movie industry in 1997, which is more than 23 years ago. She was last sighted on the big screen in the movie Sandman, directed by Eric Woster. After the final day of shooting, MR. Woster committed Suicide. Lorie mysteriously withdrew herself from the screen after that and walked away from her glam life. It seemed like it affected her mentally and she needed some time to get back to her normal life. She has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million.

After four years in 1997, she made an appearance on a TV drama, The Burning Zone, for just an episode and departed from the screen for good. She never mentioned any reason for quitting acting, so her fans still don’t know where is she today and why she left the industry.

It is speculating that she is now serving as a marketing and film coordinator of Perry’s Cafe and Beach Rental in Los Angeles.

Social Media


After her retirement in 1993, she didn’t appear on any social media platform. Although people have always been desperate to know about Lorie Griffin, we couldn’t find any of her recent photos or social media accounts.

However, her fans dedicated many pages with her name on Instagram and Facebook, and you can also watch her Vlogs on different YouTube channels.

Summary

Lorie Griffin started her successful career in 1985 when she was just 25 years old. Soon she won the hearts of millions of people by doing glamourous roles in films and television. In a minimal time of 12 years, Lorie got fame not only in America but so many other countries as well. Even after she stopped working and disappeared from the screen, her fans still recall her in good memories. The information regarding her net worth is missing from the records.

Lorie Griffin has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Oskar Keymer, Lee Kyu Hyung, Harit Cheewagaroon, Eugene, Lisa O’Hare, Dap Sugar Willie, Dominic Hoffman, Travis T. Flory, and Kevin Anderson.