Lex Barker Actor singer

Lex Barker is a 54 years old Actor singer from Rye, New York. Lex Barker was born on May 08, 1919 (died on May 11, 1973, he was 54 years old) in Rye, New York as Alexander Crichlow Barker Jr.. His nickname was Alexander Crichlow Barker Jr..

Lex Barker



Lex Barker was an American actor best known for playing Tarzan of the Apes and leading characters from Karl May's novels.
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His real name:
Birth name of Lex Barker is Alexander Crichlow Barker Jr.
Is Lex Barker still alive?

No, he died on 05/11/1973, 50 years ago. He was 54 years old when he died. Cause of death: myocardial infarction. He died in New York City



Lex Barker had three marriages.

Carmen Cervera

Carmen Cervera, Spanish philanthropist and art collector

He married with Carmen Cervera (76), in 1965. Lex Barker was 45 and Carmen Cervera was 21 years old. After 7 years, they break up in 1972.

Arlene Dahl

Arlene Dahl, American stage television soap opera and film actress; businesswoman

Barker married with Arlene Dahl (94), in 1951. Lex was 31 and Arlene Dahl was 25 years old. They ended their 1 year marriage in 1952.

Lana Turner

Lana Turner, Actress

He married with Lana Turner (74), in 1953. Lex Barker was 33 and Lana Turner was 31 years old. They finished their 4 years marriage in 1957.


Lex Barker Movies (72)

There are 72 movies of Lex Barker.

His first feature film was La Dolce Vita (1961, as Robert). He was 41 when he starred in this movie. Since 1961, he has appeared in 72 feature films. The last one is Wenn du bei mir bist (1970). In this movie, we watched him in the Flugkapitän Schneider character .

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Lex Barker movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Lex Barker TV Shows (8)

His first TV Show was Bambi Awards (1948).

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He graduated from Princeton University and Phillips Exeter Academy

What was Lex's zodiac sign?

Lex Barker zodiac sign was taurus.

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