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Tyrone Edmund Power, Jr., (May 5, 1914 – November 15, 1958) was an American film and stage actor. From 1930s to the 1950s Power appeared in dozens of films, often in swashbuckler roles or romantic leads. His better-known films include The Mark of Zorro, Blood and Sand, The...Wikipedia

Age: 44 (age at death)
Born: 5th May, 1914, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Died: 15th November, 1958, Madrid, Spain
Height: 5' 11½" (182 cm)
Nationality: American
Claim to Fame: Marie Antionette (1938).

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According to the genealogy book, "Debrett Goes to Hollywood" by Charles Kidd, Power on his father's side was distantly related to both Laurence Olivier and author Evelyn Waugh. One of his first cousins was the prominent director Sir Tyrone Guthrie, who founded the Stratford Theatre in Ontario and the Guthrie Theater in Minnesota. Power was also related to the Mori family of Italy who were a prominent family in music. Power's paternal grandmother was descended from the French Huguenots.


Cartoon artist C.C. Beck, on the Marvel Comics web, states that several characters in the Captain Marvel series were based on film stars. The mighty Egyptian magician Ibis the Invincible who was featured in every issue of Whiz Comics was based on the actor Tyrone Power as he appeared in "The Rains Came.".


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Solomon and Sheba (1959)

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aizamas - Maestro de maestros de actores, qué elegancia de films hacía. (1 year ago)
Violet_Electric - I love the post by Teach! But I find his face kinda creepy? Anyways, he was a terriiifffiiicc actor- I adore him as Zorro! (3 years ago)
Teach - Handsome yes - but with an overactive libido. He reminds me of Wilde`s Picture of Dorian Gray: Handsome one the outside - but you know the rest. Teach (4 years ago)
di7234241109 - one of the handsomest men ever (4 years ago)
di7234241109 - most beautiful man (4 years ago)
laura tilson - It was Kirtley Baskette, NOT Kitty Baskette, who wrote that article on Tyrone Power! Check your references please. (4 years ago)
silverscreenjim - My all time greatest movie idol..amazing acting talent that was never really allowed to prove itself due to death in his 40s..but check out nightmare alley or the razors edge..fantastic. (5 years ago)
iltepjr - Not sure how it`s possible for a person to grieve for someone who`s been dead for 50 years but I do. I grieve for his wife and their son. He could have been the greatest had he lived. He was yet an untapped source. (6 years ago)
demona1987 - Best actor that ever lived!! (6 years ago)
louise - He was a very gorgeous man, and i loved his acting and the way he always gets the girls in the end of films. What a romancer. (6 years ago)

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