Pamela Franklin (born February 4, 1950 in Yokohama, Japan) is a British child actress who first appeared in films in the early 1960s.
She grew up in the Far East, where her father was a trader, and was sent to the Elmhurst School of Ballet in England. She made her film debut when she was eleven, starring in The Innocents (1961), and her television debut in 1963, in the Wonderful World of Disney's The Horse Without a Head. Her first adult role was as a kidnap victim in Night of the Following Day (1968). Probably her best known role was as Sandy in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. She became somewhat typecast in horror films as an adult, and her last role in film was in Food of the Gods (1976), although she made numerous television appearances until 1981.
She married actor Harvey Jason in 1971, and they moved to the United States with their two children.