Turhan Bey was a screen heart-throb of the s, whose slick black hair and exotically handsome features often with a pencil moustache, which gave an added touch of suavity , made him a popular romantic lead. Initially cast as mysterious or villainous supporting characters, his most prestigious role was that of Katharine Hepburn's husband in MGM's epic version of Pearl Buck's novel, Dragon Seed He will be most fondly remembered, though, for the dashing roles in played in the series of lavish, highly coloured Eastern adventures starring Maria Montez, which enchanted audiences during the austere days of the Second World War. Born in Vienna in , he was the son of a Turkish diplomat father and Czech Jewish mother. In , when Austria was absorbed by Nazi Germany, his mother and grandmother his parents had divorced took him to America, where they initially settled in New Hampshire.
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On acting: "I still love it, and I will continue to perform when I am wanted. As was true of Indian actor Sabu and Dominican leading lady Maria Montez, the ethnic otherness of Turhan Bey allowed moviegoers in the Golden Age of Hollywood to project upon his inscrutable features their most resplendent fantasies and darkest fears. With his true lineage a Turkish-Czechoslovakian split, Bey was often cast as Chinese, Japanese, Arabian, Mexican, Egyptian, Indian and Slavic characters, with their occupations never ranging far beyond the circle of career criminals, Nazi henchmen and bogus psychics. Never an A-list actor, Bey was paired occasionally with leading ladies of higher star wattage, such as Katherine Hepburn in "Dragon Seed" and Merle Oberon in "Night in Paradise" His highly-publicized affair with Lana Turner at the peak of their respective sex symbol powers also kept him a Photoplay regular. A regime change at Universal after World War II sent Bey packing to the independent studio Eagle-Lion, for whom he appeared in a handful of films before fleeing for his Austrian homeland.
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These profitable films, often set in a North African or Arabian desert recreated on the studio backlot, featured the Dominican actor Maria Montez; Sabu, the Indian teenage boy; Jon Hall son of a Swiss actor and a Tahitian princess ; and Turhan Bey, who has died aged Bey was often cast as wily, "foreign" villains, or romantic leads in thrillers and Arabian Nights fantasies, for which he was dubbed by fan magazines "the Turkish Delight". Son of a Turkish diplomat father and a Czech industrialist mother, he was born Turhan Gilbert Selahattin Sahultavy in Vienna, but emigrated to the US with his mother and grandmother shortly before Austria was annexed by Germany in In California, through his uncle, a mathematician, he was introduced to Albert Einstein, with whom he kept up a close friendship over the years.