Jason Dors Lake Bio – Jason Dors Lake Wiki
Jason Dors Lake was the youngest son of actress Diana Dors’ three sons. He was known for starring in films like South Kensington Mad Dogs, The Blonde Bombshell, Englishmen, Just William, Dot Kill and Into the Labyrinth, according to Jason Dors Lake’s bio on IMDB.
Jason Dors Lake Age
He was born on 11 September 1969. He was 50 years old at the time of his death.
Jason Dors Lake Wife
Jason Dors Lake married his second wife Esther Rosemarie Wrysch from 13 November 1998 until their divorce on 8 May 1999. He was previously married to Maya Firth Sendall from 20 September 1989 – 15 October 1992.
Jason Dors Lake Children – Jason Dors Lake Daughter
He had one child, daughter Morgana Ruby Lake with his first wife Maya Firth Sendall. Ruby was born on 16 October 1990.
Jason Dors Lake Parents
Jason Dors Lake’s parents were actress Diana Dors and actor Alan Lake.
Jason Dors Lake Family
He was the son of Diana Dors and Alan Lake. He had two brothers, half-brother of Mark Dawson and Gary Dawson on his mother’s side. He was the grandson of Winifred Maud Mary Fluck and Albert Edward Sidney Fluck.
Jason Dors Lake Death
Jason Dors Lake died just days after celebrating his 50th birthday on 11 September 2019. His death was announced in a statement on Sunday 15 Sep 2019 on Facebook group Diana Dors: The Legacy.
The statement read: “Good morning, it saddens me to inform you of the passing of Diana’s youngest son, Jason Dors Lake at the age of 50.
“Please join me in offering condolences, thoughts and prayers to Jason’s loved ones and close friends at this time. Shine bright Jason, shine bright. R. I. P.”
Jason Dors Lake Cause of Death – How Did Jason Dors Lake Die
Jason Dors Lake’s cause of death was not revealed. However, a statement said: ‘It is not known how he died but family and friends are said to be shocked at his sudden death.’
Who was Diana Dors?
She was born Diana Fluck on 23 October 1931 in Swindon, Wiltshire, and went on to make countless appearances both on the big and small screen during her career, appearing in the likes of Just William, A Taste Of Honey, The Two Ronnies and Queenie’s Castle on TV.
Her film credits included Adventures Of A Private Eye, Keep It Up Downstairs, Theatre Of Blood, The Amazing Mr Blunden, The Amorous Milkman and Steaming – while she also appeared in the video for Adam and The Ants’ 1981 chart-topper Prince Charming.
Diana Dors Death
Diana died on 4 May 1984 aged 52. Jason later acquired the rights to his mother’s estate and created a small business selling Diana Dors merchandise to her many loyal fans.
Diana Dors Cause of Death
Diana Dors’ cause of death was ovarian cancer.
Diana Dors Husband
Diana was married to Alan Lake until her death in 1984. Alan committed suicide in October 1984 aged 43 just five months after the death of his wife Diana Dors. Speaking about his father’s death, Jason said during an appearance on The One Show in 2012: “If he hadn’t had done that, I think he would’ve died of a broken heart anyway. I was in shock, it went beyond tears, it was a numb experience.”