|Full name||Diana Mary Fluck|
|Know as||Diana Dors, Dors, Diana|
|Birth place||Swindon, Wiltshire, England, UK|
|Lived||52 years, 6 month, 12 days|
|Education||London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art|
|Height||5' 5½" (1.66 m)|
|Spouse||Dennis Hamilton, Richard Dawson|
|Children||* Mark Dawson, * Gary Dawson, * Jason Lake|
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Diana Mary Fluck Biography:
Celebrity Diana Dors, produced Diana Fluck in 1931, was Britain’s forerunner to Marilyn Monroe. Though stereotyped as a postwar great time girl, she was more, bringing ability and sensuality to British film and driving men crazy with her mink bikini. The railway town of Swindon was an unprepossessing beginning to get a starlet, but Diana Dors, produced Diana Mary Fluck on October 23, 1931, in Swindon, Wiltshire, England, adored picture in the age of 3. Her mom lavished Diana with presents and her dad begrudgingly sent her to the finest private schools. She lied to the photographers and later directors, asserting that she was 17. She played the lovely blond in the background, a part that she was to recur with frequency, as well as that of a gold digger.
Dors trained in the Royal Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, cornering the market as a sexpot with character. In 1948, she appeared in six movies, some unaccredited walkons, others with real character, her best known part from this time famous as Charlotte in Oliver Twist. A master at marketing, whether through her love life or her dress, Dors was a glamor ace, unrivaled throughout the 1950s and into the ’60s. Dors was a dear of the tabloid press as well as a good buddy of the infamous East End gangsters, the Kray twins.
As age progressed and she was no longer in a position to rely only on her enchantress status, Dors grown right into a credible character performer in the 1970s, landing parts in such movies as The Amazing Mr. Blunden and Steaming. She also attempted, but failed, to be a success in Hollywood.
Diana Dors expired on May 4, 1984, in the age of 52, from ovarian cancer, which was diagnosed a couple of years previously, in Windsor, Berkshire, England. She was entombed at Sunningdale Catholic Cemetery, having converted to the faith in 1973. Her widower, Alan Lake, burned all of the celebrity’s clothing following her departure, and committed suicide five months after. But because Lake had the key, the cash stays unfound to today.
On July 3, 1948, Dors wed Dennis Hamilton after meeting him five weeks before. The two started divorce proceedings in 1958. Hamilton died in 1959. Dors wed Richard Dawson on April 12, 1959, as well as the couple had two sons: Mark Dawson, who’s now an actor, and Gary, before divorcing in 1966. On November 23, 1968, Dors wed for the final time to Alan Lake, with whom she had a son named Jason.