Remembering Diana Dors

Diana Dors

She is recognized as blonde bombshell of England. One of the significant figure in English film industry, a versatile actress and a sex symbol. She is the benchmark of the popular culture as the “50’s blonde bombshell look”

Diana Dors was born on the 23th of  October 1931  and died on the 4th of  May 1984 . She was born as Diana Mary Fluck in Swindon.

Diana Dors studied at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.  At age 16, she is appearing in numerous films under the contract of the Rank Organisation. After course of time, her appearance became remarkably associated with Marilyn Monroe‘s role.  She often played characters suffering from unrequited love, which quite verily analogous to her private life.

She has been in-line with sexy theme comedies that featured a near to soft-core pornography. She soared high in that field and at a young age of 20’s she was the youngest registered owner of one of the most expensive luxury car called Rolls Royce in the UK.

One of her outstanding work as an actress when she played the role as a murderess in the 1956 film Yield to The Night according to film buffs. Diana is also willing to take raunchy characters in the following films such as  The Amazing Mr. Blunden, The Unholy Wife, and Timon of Athens.

Her film “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” for Alfred Hitchcock presents co-starred with Brandon De Wilde was banned for airing and was kept hold for many decades for the very horrid and gruesome role she played.

Doris was married for three times with Dennis Hamilton, Richard Dawson and
The actor Alan Lake which she got one son Jason Lake that lived at Sunningdale, Berks

Dors was once commented on the common deaths of young blonde sex symbols such as Marilyn Monroe, Jean Harlow and Jean Mansfield on the 1977 episode of the British TV show Parkinson with the actor Kenneth Williams and the anthropologist Desmond Morris, she said that she would base herself on Mae West in living a long life. Unfortunately no one knows when will be our final day come so then seven years later after that intriguing citation, Diana Dors died of ovarian cancer at age of 52.