Diana Dors is an English actress and TV and film singer. She was first noticed by the public with the image of a blonde, Marilyn Monroe American style, when she was promoted by her first husband, Dennis Hamilton, mainly through comedies and people. adventure pattern. After it emerged that Hamilton had cheated on her, she continued to stick to her existing image, and she made tabloids headlines with parties allegedly hosted at home. Miss. After that, she showed her real talent as a performer on television, in recordings and in pubs, and gained a new publicity as a regular guest of one. the cat. She has also had high-profile performances in valuable films at various points in her career. According to David Thomson, "Dors represents that period between the end of the war and the arrival of Lady Chatterley in the paperback, a time of sexual indulgence, repression and break-up."
|Born||Diana Mary Fluck, 23 October 1931, Swindon, Wiltshire, England|
|Died||May 4, 1984, Windsor, Berkshire, England|
|Resting place||Sunningdale Catholic Cemetery|
|Other names||Diana d'Ors|
|Education||Colville House, Swindon|
|Alma mater||London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art|
|Occupation||Actress, TV personality, singer|
|Children||3, including Mark Dawson|
|IMDb||Diana Dors's IMDb|
This blonde singer became England's main sex symbol from the 1950s to the 1960s. She is best known for her lead roles in the 1956 film Blonde Sinner and the 1955 film A Kid for Two Farthings! She was able to attend the London Academy of Theater Arts and Music at the age of 14 after lying about her age.
She played Mrs. Bolt in the Just William television series from 1977 to 1978.
Many 1950s television fans considered her British Marilyn Monroe.
- Buried in Berkshire
- The actresses are from Wiltshire
- English television character
- Alumni of the London Academy of Music and Theater Arts
- English autobiographers
- Women autobiographers
- Converted to Roman Catholicism
- 20th century British singer
Latest information about Diana Dors updated on May 10 2021.