Hollywood actor Joe Lara, who rose to fame after playing Tarzan in the TV show Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, is presumed dead in a plane crash on Saturday. He was 58. The actor was with his wife and five others when the private jet crashed. As per reports, the plane, which was headed to Palm Beach International Airport in Florida, crashed into Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, Tennessee. As soon as the news of Joe and Gwen’s death broke, fans took to social media to pay tributes to the actor.
Joe’s American Cyborg co-star Nicole Hansen also extended her condolences to Joe’s family and tweeted, “My deepest condolences to the family of #JoeLara, my co-star in #AmericanCyborg. Though we had our difference of opinion in many areas, I did have great respect for his work ethic during our time filming the movie in Tel Aviv #RIPJoeLara.” Talking about Joe’s professional journey, the actor had done several action-fantasy roles in movies such as Steel Frontier, Sunset Heat, Gunsmoke: The Last Apache, American Cyborg, The Magnificent Seven, Baywatch and Tropical Heat, among others.
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