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Alan Lake’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Alan Lake (24 November 1940 – 10 October 1984) was an English actor, best known as the third husband of Diana Dors.

Alan Lake

First Name: Alan
Last Name: Lake
Birth Full Name: Alan Lake
Born: 24 November, 1940
Birthplace: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
Died: 10 October, 1984
Death Location: Sunningdale, England, UK
Cause of Death: Suicide
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Actor
Other Family Members: Jason Lake (son),Catherine Emma Lake (daughter)
Filmography: Lytton’s Diary (1985, TV Show), Don’t Open Till Christmas (1984), Fox Mystery Theater (1984, TV Show), Bergerac (1981, TV Show), The Olympian Way (1981, TV Show), Wood and Walters (1981, TV Show), The Black Stuff (1980, TV Movie), Juliet Bravo (1980, TV Show), The Gentle Touch (1980, TV Show), Rumpole’s Return (1980, TV Movie), Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair (1979), Yesterday’s Hero (1979), Dick Turpin (1979, TV Show), Hart to Hart (1979, TV Show), The Playbirds (1978), Blakes 7 (1978, TV Show), Hazell (1978, TV Show), Target (1977, TV Show), The Office Party (1976), Slade in Flame (1975), The Amorous Milkman (1975), Angels (1975, TV Show), The Sweeney (1975, TV Show), It’s Not the Size That Counts (1974), BBC2 Playhouse (1974, TV Show), The Swordsman (1974), Churchill’s People (1974, TV Show), Marked Personal (1973, TV Show), Crown Court (1972, TV Show), Madigan (1972, TV Show), The Adventurer (1972, TV Show), The Protectors (1972, TV Show), Hide and Seek (1972), Villains (1972, TV Show), Layout for 5 Models (1972), Freelance (1971), Play for Today (1970, TV Show), Department S (1969, TV Show), The Contenders (1969, TV Show), Plays of Today (1969, TV Show), Softly Softly: Task Force (1969, TV Show), Bit of Crucifixion, Father, A (1968, TV Movie), The Growing Summer (1968, TV Show), Charlie Bubbles (1967), Half Hour Story (1967, TV Show), Thirteen Against Fate (1966, TV Show), Soldier ’67 (1966), Gypsy Girl (1965), Having a Wild Weekend (1965), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1965, TV Show), Orlando (1965, TV Show), Public Eye (1965, TV Show), Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965, TV Show), Hereward the Wake (1965, TV Show), Mary Barton (1964, TV Show), Redcap (1964, TV Show), The Wednesday Play (1964, TV Show), Cluff (1964, TV Show), Catch Hand (1964, TV Show), Midnight Men, The (1964, TV Show), Doctor Who (1963, TV Show), Love Story (1963, TV Show), Sergeant Cork (1963, TV Show), The Saint (1962, TV Show), Z Cars (1962, TV Show), The Avengers (1961, TV Show), No Hiding Place (1959, TV Show), Dixon of Dock Green (1955, TV Show), The Company of Five (-, TV Show), This Is Your Life (1999, TV Show)

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