Joe Lara and The seven, of which Joe Lara and his wife, flew into a Cessna C501 when it hit a nearby lake in the US of Nashville. A fatal plane crash passed away Joe Lara who played Tarzan on the TV show Tarzan: The Epic Adventures.
According to reports, the 58-year-old actor, Gwen Shamblin Lara and five other passengers participated in the crash of a small jet near Nashville, USA. When it came to a close lake, the group of seven were flying in a Cessna C501.
THR quoted that after taking off from Smyrna Ruther Ford Country, it was dipped into Lake Percy Priest near Smyrna, Tennessee. The flight to Palm Beach in Florida was under way. Rescue operations have taken place at the lake in full swing.
According to the report, Captain Joshua Sanders from Rutherford County Fire Rescue pointed out that no survivors attended a media conference. Joe Lara was born in 1962, and took over the screen in Manhattan in 1989 when he first took over lead in CBS Tarzan.
He became the star of the Tarzan TV show 1996-97: The Epic Adventures, which he also made. He played several action flicks, including Sunset Heat, American Cyborg: Steel Warrior; Final Equinox and Doomsdayer. Laras played Tarzan in Manhattan in the 1989 TV film Tarzan and in the Tarzan Epic Adventures follow-up series 1996-1997.
He appeared also in numerous action films including Steel Frontier and American Cyborg: Steel Warrior. He gave up his acting career in country music after 20 years in 2002.
Joe Lara appeared in two action films at the height of his fame, Armstrong and Warhead. Lara began her musical career in 2009. On 18 August 2018, he got married to Gwen Shamblin, a Christian writer and pastor.
He was the dad of one kid with Natasha Pavlovich from his previous relationship. He lived in Tennessee, Brentwood.
Lara was died when an ISP church-owned Cessna Citation 501 jet crashed into Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, Tennessee. In the crash also died his wife, his son-in-law, the pilot, and three Laras’ church members.