Plaque

Diana Dors

Erection date: 11/2/2018

Inscription

Diana Dors 1931 - 1984, actress and film star, lived here.
Diana Dors - The Legacy
The Heritage Foundation

The plaque was unveiled by actor and president of the Heritage Foundation, Vicki Michelle.

Site: Diana Dors (1 memorial)

SW3, Burnsall Street, 10

Dors lived here 1953 - 68, her professional heyday, and held "racy" parties, for which Archbishop Fisher denounced her as a "wayward hussy".

In April 2020 this renovated house was for sale at £6m, reduced to £4.5m a year later.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Diana Dors

Actor and singer. Born Diana Mary Fluck in Swindon. She was promoted as the E...

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