Pamela Anderson and Lionel Richie were named on a list of some of California's biggest income-tax delinquents on April 13, according to the Associated Press.
California law requires tax authorities to update and publish the names and amounts owed by the state's 500 biggest tax delinquents twice a year and according to authorities the former "Baywatch" beauty owes $524,241 in personal income taxes.
According to E! News, Richie owes $1.1 million to the federal government in unpaid taxes. Other high profile names in entertainment on the list include "The Notebook" director and actor Nick Cassavetes, "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis and boxer James Toney.
Spokespeople for Anderson and Richie have not commented publicly on the matter. Cassavetes, the son of filmmaker John Cassavetes and actress Gena Rowlands, owes $273,000, Francis owes $794,000 and Toney owes $354,000.
Anderson, 44, is best known for her role as sexy lifeguard C.J. Parker in the hit show 1990s "Baywatch," her multiple Playboy magazine photos and a sex tape she made with ex-husband Tommy Lee.
In the past decade, Anderson has voiced the main part of sexy superhero "Stripperella" in an animated series, appeared on a show called "Stacked" and guest starred on the sitcom "8 Simple Rules." She had a short-lived E! reality show in 2008 and competed on ABC ballroom dancing series "Dancing With The Stars" in 2010.