“The Adventures of Tarzan” star Joe Lara dies in plane crash



According to The Hollywood Reporter, Joe Lara, best known for the stellar “The Adventures of Tarzan in New York” and “Tarzan: The Epic Adventures”, has died at the age of 58.

The actor died with his wife, Gwen Shamblin Lara, and five other passengers in a plane crash in Nashville.

Joshua Sanders, captain of the Rutherford Fire Department, said this morning: “Our efforts have gone from rescue to recovery. We are no longer looking for living victims these days. “

The plane took off from Rutherford Airport at 11 a.m., before landing near Percy Priest Lake in Tennessee. Authorities have yet to release information about the flight, according to the report, but it should have landed in Florida at Palm Beach International Airport.

Born October 2, 1962, Lara began her career as a model. His first appearance as the iconic Tarzan was in the movie ‘The Adventures of Tarzan in New York’ in 1989. He appeared in several movies and TV series, including an episode of ‘SOS Malibu’, before returning to play the character. in ‘Tarzan: The Epic Adventures’.

The last movie the actor was in was’ Summer of ’67’, in 2018.

During his long career he starred in many action films such as “In the Warm of Midnight” (1992), “American Cyborg: Steel Warrior” (1993), “Steel Frontier” (1995) and ” Doomsdayer “. (2000).

He was also a martial artist and musician, having even released an album titled Joe Lara: The Cry of Freedom in 2009. He was married to Gwen Shamblin Lara, a controversial figure known to have created a “faith-based weight loss technique. “.

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