HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 19 (UPI) -- Actress Pamela Anderson has agreed to a rare, in-person autograph signing session with fans in Hollywood, signing her 2004 pinup calendar.
She will be one of the guests at the First Annual Autograph Collector Exposition and Symposium, Sept. 13 and 14, hosted by Autograph Collector magazine.
The event, to be held at the Beverly Garland Hotel in North Hollywood, also includes appearances by Don Adams and Barbara Feldon of the 1960's comedy TV program "Get Smart."
The first 200 fans in line also will have an opportunity to purchase professional portraits of themselves with Anderson," Bill Miller, publisher of Autograph Collector magazine, said in a statement.
Educational seminars, including how to detect forgeries, will be offered for collectors during the two-day show. Admission is $10 per day; celebrities' autographs and individual photo opportunities will be available for an additional fee.