Turhan Bey, 90, an actor whose exotic good looks earned him the nickname of "Turkish Delight" in films with
Born in Austria as Gilbert Selahettin Schultavey, the son of a Turkish diplomat, Bey assumed his stage name shortly after moving to the United States from Vienna with his Jewish Czech mother to escape the
Bey was celebrated for supporting roles alongside Flynn, Hepburn,
He starred or had major roles in films such as "A Night in Paradise," "Out of the Blue" and "The Amazing Mr. X" until the popularity of the genre faded in the 1950s.
Moving back to Vienna, he made living as a photographer and occasional stage director, again returning after a brief film and television comeback in the 1990s that earned him an Emmy nomination for his performance as the venerable Turval in the "Babylon 5" space fantasy TV series.