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Turner attracted attention in her first film, Le Roy's They Won't Forget (1937), and she later starred in featured roles, often as an ingenue.
In 1939, her auburn hair was bleached blonde for a film at MGM, and she remained blonde for the rest of her life, except for a few film roles. Hyde, and her reputation as a glamorous femme fatale was enhanced by her performance in the film noir The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946).
During the early 1940s, she established herself as a leading actress in such films as Johnny Eager (1941), Honky Tonk (1941), Ziegfeld Girl (1941), and Somewhere I'll Find You (1942). Her popularity continued through the 1950s, in such films as The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) and Peyton Place (1957), for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress.
Media controversy surrounded Turner in 1958 when her daughter, Cheryl Crane, stabbed Turner's lover Johnny Stompanato to death in their Beverly Hills home; a coroner's inquest concluded that Crane had acted in self-defense.
February 8, 1921 – June 29, 1995) was an American film and television actress. Wilkerson, founder of The Hollywood Reporter, as she sipped a Coke at the counter of the Top Hat Cafe, on a corner of Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.
At the age of 16 she was signed to a personal contract by Warner Bros director Mervyn Le Roy, who took her with him when he moved to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1938.
Soon after, her mother developed health problems and was advised by her doctor to move to a drier climate.
Turner's next film, Imitation of Life (1959), proved to be one of the greatest financial successes of her career, but onward from the early 1960s, her roles were fewer.
Until her film career took off, young Julia Turner was known to family and friends as "Judy".Hard times eventually forced the family to relocate to San Francisco, where her parents soon separated.