Tyrone Power – Biography of Tyrone Power

Actor Tyrone Power was born on May 5, 1914 in Cincinnati, in the United States.

The actor was born into a family of actors, since his parents practiced this profession in Europe, specifically in Ireland, He was educated by his mother, since his father, due to the large number of tours he made, spent the most of the time away from home. Due to this fact, the Power marriage would separate in 1920.

Tyrone also decided to pursue the profession of actor, for which he enrolled in the School of Dramatic Art in New York, performing various plays.

His beginnings in the cinema were with several supporting roles in some films of the 30s, until at the age of 21 he would get an opportunity to play a small role.

In 1939, Tyrone married the actress of French origin, Suzanne Georgette Charpentier, to whom he was united until 1948.

During the decade of the 40s, the actor participated in numerous films, where he played the role of heartthrob.

In the 1950s, Tyrone met Linda Christian, whom he married in 1951 and with whom he had three children, Romina Power, in 1951 and Taryn Power, in 1953. 1956, the couple divorced.

The actor worked alongside great actors of the time, among which we can highlight Errol Flynn, Marlon Brando or Gina Lollobrigida, among others.

In 1958, Tyrone married for the third time, this time with Deborah Jean Montgomery Minardos, with whom he had his only son, Tyrone Power.

In November 1958, Tyrone moved to Madrid to shoot the film “Solomon and the Queen of Sheba”.

On the 15th, the actor dies suddenly, being replaced on the set by Yul Brynner.