1 August 1930
|Spouse(s)||William Dugger (m. 1961)|
|Parent(s)||Briton John Bolton (father)|
Olga Mironova (mother)
Lane was born in Vienna, Austria. She is the eldest daughter of Russian-born pianist mother Olga Mironova and English father Briton John Bolton, who worked for an American oil firm; he later died in a car crash in the U.S. Her youngest sister is the actress Jocelyn Lane.
|1962||The Old Testament|
|1958||Ooh... diese Ferien|
|Peter Voss, Thief of Millions|
|1957||Love from Paris|
|1956||The Tour Guide of Lisbon|
|1955||Le avventure di Giacomo Casanova|
|1954||Susan Slept Here|
|1953||Innocents in Paris||Gloria Delaney|
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