Tyrone started out in broadcasting but quickly made the switch from aerial to stock shot image in the early days of film. “He looked so human,” said his agent.
Tyrone’s career peaked with a colour remake of the silent classic ‘Metropolis’ (pictured) but made the mistake of acting above his station when he landed the singing lead of Jean Viljean in Les Miserables, where critics demolished Tower’s performance as “bloody Eiffel”.
Friday Fictioneers (FF) is a challenge open to writers all over the world: write a 100 word story using the week’s unique photo as inspiration. This week’s picture is supplied by Douglas M MacIlroy.
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