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During the signing of contracts, in agreement with her father, she changed her contractual surname to Dors, the maiden name of her maternal grandmother; this was at the suggestion of her mother Mary.Returning to LAMDA, two weeks later she was asked by her agent to audition for Holiday Camp (1947) by dancing a jitterbug with actor John Blythe.That year she was also in the comedies Miss Tulip Stays the Night (1955), Value for Money (1955) and An Alligator Named Daisy (1955), the last directed by Thompson.British exhibitors voted her the ninth-most popular British star at the box office in 1955. Signing a three-film contract with RKO Pictures on 20 June 1956, she left Southampton on board the Queen Elizabeth for New York City and then to Hollywood to start shooting The Unholy Wife (1957) and I Married a Woman.Diana Dors (born Diana Mary Fluck; 23 October 1931 – ) was an English film actress and singer.She first came to public notice as a blonde bombshell in the style of American Marilyn Monroe, as promoted by her first husband, Dennis Hamilton, mostly via sex film-comedies and risqué modelling.Dors impressed in small roles in two further comedies It's Not Cricket (1949) and A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (1949).Rank promoted Dors to leading roles in 1949's Diamond City, a commercially unsuccessful story of a boom town in South Africa in 1870. Better received was Dance Hall (1950), as one of the four female leads.
Later, she showed a genuine talent for TV, recordings, and cabaret, and gained new popularity as a regular chat-show guest.After an appearance with Barbara Murray in The Cat and the Canary at the Connaught Theatre, Worthing, she was contracted out to Elstree Studios.They cast her in the play Man of the World with Lionel Jeffries, which opened at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, and capped her works that year to win her Theatre World magazine's Actress of the Year Award.Following her return to LAMDA, she graduated in spring 1947 by winning the London Films Cup, awarded to LAMDA by Sir Alexander Korda.She timed her return to Swindon to visit her parents, with the local release of The Shop at Sly Corner.