Alan Lake
British actor
Alan Lake
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Birthday
24 November 1940
Deceased
10 October 1984
home town
England
Death Place
England
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Comrades in arms - Searchlight Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
Fjordman is a strong supporter of the EDL and knows Alan Lake, the Christian fundamentalist who helped set up and funded the EDL. Breivik is also influenced by other anti-Muslim bloggers and websites several of which openly back the EDL
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'Thousands will stand up to the racist EDL' - Socialistworker.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
And it has emerged that Alan Lake, founder and funder of the EDL, has hosted articles by bloggers quoted by Breivik in his Nazi manifesto. Lake posted a racist rant against multiculturalism on his 4Freedoms website. In it he discussed the killing of
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Council and activists call for EDL march ban - The Wharf
Google News - over 5 years
Alan Lake of the EDL wants a Final Solution for Muslims, Socialists, and Democrats, and the rumours are not proven. Many people still believe he is there, still lurking in the background of the EDL. For the truth about the EDL, read Searchlight
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Evidence grows of Norwegian mass murderer Breivik's ties to British far-right - World Socialist Web Site
Google News - over 5 years
Alan Lake, a senior EDL member and reportedly a millionaire IT consultant, founded the “4 Freedoms” web site. In one article Lake wrote that it would be “great to see liberals executed or tortured”. The site has published articles by fascistic bloggers
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Did Pam Geller Post Breivik E-mail? - The Right Perspective
Google News - over 5 years
Another link between the two comes through the English Defence League (EDL), an “anti-jihadist” activist group whose head financer, Alan Lake, allegedly met Breivik at a 2002 London initiation ceremony of the Knights Templar. Geller dropped all support
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EDL leader demanded debate on killing David Cameron and archbishop - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
A rare photograph of Alan Lake, who said it would be 'great to see liberals executed or tortured'. A senior member of the English Defence League, who founded a far-right website carrying articles by bloggers closely monitored by the Norwegian gunman
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Inside Europe's network of race hate - New Zealand Herald
Google News - over 5 years
While Lennon - who was convicted this week of leading a street brawl involving 100 soccer fans in the English city of Luton in August last year - is the public face of the EDL, a millionaire Briton called Alan Lake is one of the strategists behind it
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Art Around Town - Gapers Block
Google News - over 5 years
Please respect each other. We reserve the right to delete any comments borne out of douchebaggery or that deal in asshattery. By Alan Lake The Green Star Movement uses mosaic art to inspire youths to think creatively, look forward to their futures and
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Calendrier été 2011 - Dfdanse
Google News - over 5 years
Interprètes : Molly Johnson, Alan Lake, Bernard Martin, Pierre-Marc Ouellette, Esther Rousseau-Morin et Melina Stinson. Nous remercions le Conseil des Arts du Canada de l'aide accordé à notre programme de publication. AVERTISSEMENT : Il est préférable
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BRIDPORT: Walkers raise over £2000 to help keep coastal waters safe - View Online
Google News - over 5 years
Alan Lake, who is a volunteer at the NCI station in Burton Bradstock, organised the walk with his wife Helen. Alan and his family were joined by a host of NCI supporters on the day, and their dogs, who helped them to raise a total of £1092.30
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BRIDPORT: Coast walkers needed to support Coastwatch - View Online
Google News - over 5 years
Alan Lake, who is a volunteer at the NCI station in Burton Bradstock, has organised the walk with his wife Helen. Helen Lake, who works for Lloyds TSB Network Training Team, will have any money she raises doubled by the bank as part of a staff scheme
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Une foisonnante saison de danse à La Rotonde - Québec Hebdo
Google News - over 5 years
Intégrant la danse et les arts visuels, Là-bas, le lointain a été concocté par Alan Lake, qui met en scène cinq artistes évoluant autour de paysages brumeux. Pour célébrer conjointement les 15 ans de La Rotonde et les 40 ans du Grand Théâtre de Québec
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Une faste saison de danse pour la Rotonde - Cyberpresse
Google News - over 5 years
Alan Lake signera quant à lui Là-bas, le lointain (du 2 au 5 mai), dans lequel il réalisera un film en direct, une création chorégraphique, puis une installation dansée. Finalement, Ganas de Vivir (du 19 au 21 avril) d'Élodie Lombardo (Montréal)
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DIANA DORS, ACTRESS IN BRITAIN
NYTimes - over 32 years
Diana Dors, the actress who was once described as Britain's answer to Marilyn Monroe, died of cancer today at Princess Margaret Hospital. She was 52 years old. Miss Dors, who had meningitis and twice underwent surgery to remove cancerous tumors, collapsed at her home near Windsor last Saturday with acute stomach pains. She was taken to the hospital
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Alan Lake
1940
Alan Lake was born in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire on 24 November 1940.
He studied acting at RADA, and began to work in television roles in 1964.
1968
He is best known as the third husband of the actress Diana Dors, whom he met on the set of the 1968 television series The Inquisitors.
He was initially not keen on Dors, his reaction on finding that he would be working with her "Oh no, not Madame Tits and Lips!", but within days they had fallen in love and were married on 23 November 1968. Their stormy marriage produced a son, Jason David, born in 1969.
The pair worked together in the early 1970s, on stage in plays such as Three Months Gone, in which Dors received her best critical reviews since Yield to the Night, and they also received an offer to appear together in a TV sitcom, Queenie's Castle.
1970
In July 1970 Lake was involved in a pub brawl for which he was sentenced to eighteen months in prison later that year (his friend, the musician Leapy Lee, was sentenced to three years for stabbing the pub's relief manager), although he was released after serving a year.
Lake was a keen horseman and on his release from prison Dors presented him with a mare named Sapphire.
1972
While riding the horse in 1972 he was unseated when the horse ran into the bough of a tree, and broke his back, and for a time it was thought he might spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair; In fact, he recovered and was walking again within three weeks.
After leaving hospital, unable to work while he recovered, and in severe pain, he began drinking heavily. Dors said of him at this time: "alcohol had unleashed a monster, uncontrollable and frightening".
1974
Lake began hallucinating and lapsing into psychotic episodes, but was diverted from drinking after becoming a Roman Catholic, also convincing Dors to follow him in adopting the religion. In 1974 Dors was rushed to hospital suffering from meningitis, and Lake was told that she might not survive the night, causing him to faint.
In 1975, within months of her illness, Dors became pregnant at the age of 43 with their second child and was advised by doctors to have an abortion, but because of her new-found religion, and regret at two previous abortions, decided to go ahead with the pregnancy; She miscarried, which led Lake to return to heavy drinking.
Lake's once promising acting career was now reduced for the remainder of the 1970s to small parts in low-budget comedy films and television dramas, although he had a significant role as a singer Jack Daniels in the Slade vehicle Slade In Flame in 1974 and also as John Merrick in the first episode of the hugely popular TV series The Sweeney.
1975
Both he and Diana Dors attended the film premiere at the Metropole Theatre, Victoria, London on 13 February 1975.
1980
In 1980, the pair separated for a time, although they were reconciled when Lake promised to undergo treatment for his alcoholism.
1982
Acting work became less frequent for Lake in the 1980s, and Dors' health began to deteriorate – she was first diagnosed with cancer in 1982. In May 1984, Dors died after a long illness.
Lake immediately burnt all of Dors's clothes, and then fell into a depression.
1984
On 10 October 1984, after taking their son to the railway station, he returned to their Sunningdale home and committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in their son's bedroom, five months after Dors's death from cancer and sixteen years to the day since they had first met; He was 43.
His roles included Herrick in the Doctor Who story Underworld; and parts in Cluff, Redcap, Sergeant Cork, The Saint, Public Eye, The Avengers, Department S, Dixon of Dock Green, The Protectors, Z-Cars, Softly, Softly: Taskforce, Crown Court, The Sweeney, Angels, Target, Hazell, Strangers, Blake's 7, Juliet Bravo, The Gentle Touch, Hart to Hart and Bergerac. A lesser known fact is that he recorded a pop single, "Good Times"/"Got To Have Tenderness" issued in 1969 by Ember Records (EMBS 278).
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