Count Theodore Béla Rudolf Zichy de Zich et Vásonkeő (1908 –1987) was a British actor, photographer, film director, producer and playboy of Hungarian descent.
In 1928, he started racing Bugattis, which he continued on and off until 1932.
As a photographer he mainly took pictures of women’s legs, feet and shoes. His 1948 photograph portfolio Chiaroscuros (from the Italian “chiaroscuro”) contained images of foot and shoe fetishism. In the mid-1950s he worked as a photographer for Baron Studios in London. His autobiography That Was No Gentleman, That Was Zichy was published in 1974.