DORS Diana 1960

The United Kingdom's answer to Marilyn Monroe, Diana Dors (born Diana May Fluck) was loved by England's rock musicians. She appeared on the cover of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The daughter of a railroad employee, Dors began her career in film as a teenager. After doing well in local beauty contests, she was invited to join a theatrical group at the age of 13. The following year, she enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, where she was the youngest student in her class. She was initially cast in small sexy roles, including an uncredited appearance in the film The Shops at Sly Corner in early 1947 and in a brief walk-on role in Dancing With Crime a few months later. Although she went on to more fulfilling roles in comedies and dramas of the 1950s, including co-starring with George Gobel in the 1956 flick I Married a Woman, she continued to be primarily cast in supporting roles. She had her greatest success in the 1970s, appearing in The Amorous Milkman, Craze, and Three for All, and as Peter Sellers' ex-wife in There's a Girl in My Soup. Dors also made numerous appearances on British television, including a regular spot on Slim-In, which she shared with the Dors Dozen. Diana Dors died in 1984.

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1 comment:

charlie said...

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