Yes, Lazenby was of the Connery school of spouse care.
I’ll ignore that James Bond link as I fear it could be entrapment at this point.
Anyway yes, so I think I read somewhere online that Lazenby’s daughter (or one of his ex wives - think it was his daughter though? Oh who cares. It was some woman who knew him well, anyway...) said that he was very artistic and a very creative man and this often made him drink (and/or do drugs) a lot, and he could become volatile when he did. He wasn’t a nasty piece of work or anything, just highly strung and if he didn’t have an outlet for his creativity he would just turn to self destruction - which I understand completely, as I suffer from this myself to a (probably lesser) degree.. Not that I think that excuses his behaviour mind, coz I don’t start getting unnecessarily aggressive.
Whereas Connery (ignoring all links to James Bond) is/was just a nob.
I was browsing Tubi tonight and found a strange film called Saint Jack from 1979. It stars Ben Gazzara as an American trying to run a brothel in Singapore. It also stars Denholm Elliot. George Lazenby has a minor role as a gay senator. There's a crazy scene where a Singapore prostitute wearing a white afro wig has an erotic dance/sex scene with a transsexual, all while the theme to Goldfinger is playing on their turntable. Roger Corman was the producer and Peter Bogdanovich the director. Hugh Heffner is listed as executive director.
It must have been released on BluRay as Tubi streams it in HD.