Pamela Anderson Children
Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee first met on New Year’s Eve of 1994 and married four days later. Pam & Tommy, a new Hulu series, recounts the whirlwind romance between Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and drummer Tommy Lee. The show, which is set in the 1990s, will also explore the couple’s infamous sex tape scandal. Brandon Thomas Lee was born two years after they married. They welcomed their second kid, Dylan Jagger Lee, the following year, and the two boys are now all grown up. (Dylan is now 24 and Brandon is 25.) Given Pamela’s preference for privacy, these two were never really in the spotlight while they were younger. The lads, on the other hand, are now working on their own projects.
On February 28, 1995, Pamela filed for divorce from Tommy, just days after he was charged with spousal and child abuse. Pamela claimed full custody of her and Lee’s kids, Brandon, who was 20 months old at the time, and Dylan Jagger, who was 2 months old, in her divorce proceedings, citing irreconcilable differences. Tommy was arrested on February 24, 1995, after Pamela alleged to the police that her husband had kicked her in the back three times while she was cradling her 7-week-old son Dylan. The event happened on the same day that he was arrested.
Brandon Thomas Lee
Brandon Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s first child and eldest son is Thomas Lee. On June 5, 1996, he was born. Brandon is an actor, like his mother, and has appeared in films such as Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story, Cosmic Sin, and Zero Road. Brandon has been in TV shows such as Tales and Acting For a Cause, and has worked with actors such as Bruce Willis and David Arquette. From 2019 until 2021, he was also a cast member on MTV’s The Hills revival, The Hills: New Beginnings.
Dylan Jagger Lee
Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s youngest son, Dylan Jagger Lee, is their second child. On December 29, 1997, he was born. Dylan, like his parents, works as a model and actor. EWG Management represents him, and he has worked with Saint Laurent, Acne Studios, Armani Exchange, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss, and True Religion, as well as being published in magazines such as Interview, GQ Russia, NYLON, VMAN, Vogue, W, and Wonderland.
Dylan was also a part of the band Midnight Kids, whose debut EP, The Lost Youth, was published in 2020. In January 2021, he announced his departure from the band. “I’ve learned a lot over the last few years.” Every music has a storey, and every tale has a varied meaning depending on who is listening. “I’ve loved hearing each and every one of your tales, and what our music means to you,” Dylan said on Midnight Kids’ Twitter. “With a heavy heart, I express that I am parting ways and heading in a different artistic direction that feels more real to me as I reflect on my journey up to this point.”