Pamela Anderson’s sons take over Hollywood
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, 56, and “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson, 52, were one of the hottest couples in the celebrity world in the nineties.
During their stormy marriage, which lasted between 1995 and 1998, the couple had sons Brandon Thomas Lee, 23, and Dylan Jagger Lee, 21.
The brothers grew up with their parents in Malibu, California. But when it was time for them to start high school, they were both sent to a private school in Canada – far from Hollywood’s red carpets.
Now the brothers are both adults and live together in Los Angeles – but despite Tommy Lee’s and Pamela Anderson’s attempts to protect them from the limelight, both have chosen to follow in their parents’ famous footsteps.
In an interview with Interview magazine, the celebrity children talk about how growing up with world-famous parents shaped them – and what their future ambitions are.
At least Dylan Jagger Lee now has father Tommy Lee’s industry in sight – after making a revolt.
– My dad loves all music, but I used to hate music before. I did not want to make music at all. I did not want to be an actor. I did not want to do anything. But then I fell in love with it, says Dylan Jagger Lee to the newspaper.
In addition to releasing music, he also works as a model. The 21-year-old has, among other things, been the face of the fashion brand Saint Laurent.