Joe Lara, who played Tarzan in Tarzan: The Epic Adventures on television in the early 1990s, died in a plane crash near Nashville on Saturday. He was one of seven people who died in the private plane crash, and he was 58 years old.
Tarzan: The Epic Adventures was a syndication-only American adventure drama series that aired from 1996 to 1997.
The plot revolved around Tarzan’s initial contact with civilization and his marriage to Jane. The performance was shot in South Africa at the Sun City resort.
He was 58 years old.
Joe Lara Wife
Gwen Shamblin Lara is the wife of Joe Lara.
Right after a plane was reported down, I traced the info on the plane last seen in that area. N66BK is owned by JL&GL Productions LP, which is Joe Lara and Gwen Shamblin Lara (of Remnant Fellowship and Weigh Down Workshop fame). 3/x pic.twitter.com/kGmGRxSxUk
In a statement, Rutherford County Fire Rescue in Tennessee identified the collision victims as Jennifer J.
From Brentwood, Tennessee, are Martin, David L. Martin, Jessica Walters, Jonathan Walters, and Brandon Hannah.
According to the National Transportation Safety Board, the Cessna Citation 501 crashed into Percy Priest Lake east of Nashville on Saturday morning shortly after departing Smyrna Airport for Palm Beach, Florida. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) was looking into it. In 1999, Gwen Lara founded the Remnant Fellowship Church in Brentwood. She used Bible lessons to assist people in losing weight and abstaining from alcohol. In 2018, she married Joe.
Michael Shamblin and Elizabeth Hannah, two adult children from Gwen’s first marriage, are among the survivors.
How Many People Were Killed In The Crash?
The plane crash near Percy Priest Lake killed seven individuals, including Gwen Shamblin Lara.
Brandon Hannah, Gwen and Joe Lara, David L. Martin, Jennifer J. Martin, Jessica Walters, and Jonathan Walters were among the seven people killed. According to reports, the little plane was headed toward Palm Beach International Airport in Florida.
According to WTVF, the plane was registered to JL&GL Productions LP, which the Laras jointly owned.