PANDORA SPOCKS (Serena)
Pandora Spocks was born in Los Angeles on April 15, 1933. A very distant (and sometimes disputed) relative of famous baby doctor, Benjamin Spock, Pandora legally added the "s" to her surname when she joined the Screen Actors Guild after appearing in her first television drama, "Top Ramen" for the TV program, "The Bobby Monty Show."
A graduate of the East River School for Girls in New York City, Pandora appeared on Broadway in "Late Love" where she had the serendiptious fortune of being cast as Elizabeth Montgomery's understudy due to her uncanny resemblance to the up and coming starlet. Hollywood soon beckoned when once again Pandora was asked to "shadow" Miss Montgomery in several TV & Movie appearances. The remark