Hollywood actor Joe Lara, prominently known for the adventure movie ‘Tarzan: The Epic Adventures’ passed away in a plane crash in Tennessee.
The 58-year-old along with his wife and few others were onboard a private jet when it crashed into a lake this weekend.
As per the report, the Tennessee plane crash took place when the private jet, said to be a Cessna 501, took off on Saturday from Smyrna Airport, just outside of Nashville. It was, reportedly, headed toward Palm Beach, however, plunged into Percy Priest Lake not too long after takeoff.
Soon after the accident, fire and other rescue teams dispatched to the scene, however, after an all-night operation, the authorities said that the passengers were killed in the accident.
Meanwhile, the authorities notified their families soon after the accident took place. Even an investigation has been ordered to determine the cause behind the crash.
A total of seven people were killed in the accident. Tarzan actor Joe Lara was with his spouse Gwen Lara who was a Christian diet guru was also killed in a Tennessee plane crash.
Lara featured in the film Tarzan as the king of the jungle between 1996 and 2000. Also, he starred in a TV movie that came out years prior called Tarzan in Manhattan.
He had also worked in action-fantasy roles in movies such as ‘Steel Frontier’, ‘Sunset Heat’, ‘Gunsmoke: The Last Apache’, ‘American Cyborg: Steel Warrior’, ‘The Magnificent Seven’, ‘Baywatch’ and ‘Tropical Heat’, and more.
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