Dehl Berti was a Native American actor, perhaps best known for his appearance on the American TV show Paradise (which also starred Lee Horsley) in the late 1980s. He was born in Pueblo, Colorado, USA on January 17, 1921, and was married to Turkish actress Zerrin Arbaş, and was the father of late actress Derya Arbaş.
Berti made regular appearances on television shows from the 1950s through the 1980s, primarily in westerns such as Bonanza and Gunsmoke, but in other roles as well. His final appearance was on Saved By The Bell in 1990. He died of a heart attack at the age of 70 on November 26, 1991.
His films include: Laguna Heat (1987); Bullies (1986); Invasion U.S.A (1985); Second Thoughts (1983); Wolfen (1981); The Last of the Mohicans (1977); Scott Free (1976); The Shaman's Last Raid, Sweet Hostage, and Seven Alone (1975); Ritual of Evil (1969); Under Fire, Undersea Girl, Apache Warrior, and Hell Bound (1957); and The Toughest Man Alive (1955). He also appeared in an episode of Universal's 1980's CBS-TV series Simon and Simon entitled Ancient Echoes (1987), which was written by cast member Tim Reid (Downtown Brown).
^ Dehl Berti at the Internet Movie Database
Dehl Berti at Allmovie
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