Stage 4 Cervical Cancer Didn’t Stop Iconic Pam Grier, 71, From Living Her Dream; After 50 Years Acting She Gets Lifetime Achievement Award

Published Nov 3, 2020

Stage 4 Cervical Cancer Didn’t Stop Iconic Pam Grier, 71, From Living Her Dream; After 50 Years Acting She Gets Lifetime Achievement Award

Legendary Black actress Pam Grier was told she had 18 months to live in 1988, following a stage four cervical cancer diagnosis; last week, she was honored with a lifetime achievement award.

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