Turkish actors born in 1927

Here are 5 famous actors from Turkey were born in 1927:

Turgut Özatay

Turgut Özatay (December 30, 1927 İzmir-June 26, 2002 Istanbul) also known as Turgut Ozatay was a Turkish actor.

He grew up in the southeastern province of Mardin and his interest in acting began during his high school years. After studying at the Istanbul State Conservatory, he began his career in acting in the 1950s. He starred in over 200 movies and television shows throughout his career and is best known for his roles in "Dikenli Yol" and "Maden". In addition to his acting career, he was also a director and screenwriter. He passed away in 2002 at the age of 74.

Süheyl Eğriboz

Süheyl Eğriboz (April 17, 1927 Gönen-) also known as Süjheyl Egriboz, Süheyl Egriboz, Suheyl Egriboz or John McIntire is a Turkish actor.

He was born in Gönen, Balıkesir in Turkey and began his career in theater before transitioning to film and TV. Eğriboz has appeared in over 100 Turkish films spanning several decades and has become a household name in the country. Some of his most notable roles include "Köroğlu" (1966), "Keşanlı Ali Destanı" (1973) and "Kıvanç Bey" (1975). In addition to his work in film, Eğriboz is also known for his roles on Turkish TV shows such as "Yıldızlar Sofrası" and "Çiçek Taksi". Despite his success, Eğriboz is known for his modest and down-to-earth personality, and has been praised by his colleagues for his dedication and professionalism in his craft.

Eşref Kolçak

Eşref Kolçak (January 28, 1927 İspir-) also known as Esref Kolcak is a Turkish actor. His child is called Harun Kolçak.

Born in the Erzurum province of Turkey, Esref Kolcak began his career as an actor in the 1950s. He appeared in numerous Turkish films and television shows during his long career, including "Canavar", "Namuslu", and "Köroğlu". He was also a respected theater actor, appearing in plays such as "Köprü", "Bir Şehnaz Oyun", and "Bana Bir Şeyhler Oluyor".

In addition to his acting work, Kolcak was also a trained pharmacist and worked in the field for many years. He was known for his dedication to his craft and his humble demeanor both on and off-screen.

Kolcak passed away on August 15, 1992, in Istanbul, leaving behind a legacy as one of Turkey's most talented and beloved actors. His son, Harun Kolçak, also went on to have a successful career as a musician and songwriter.

Orhan Elmas

Orhan Elmas (January 20, 1927 Istanbul-April 26, 2002 Istanbul) was a Turkish film director, actor and screenwriter.

Elmas was born in Istanbul in 1927. He began his career in the theater and later transitioned into film, becoming a prominent director, actor and screenwriter in the Turkish film industry. Elmas directed more than 20 films throughout his career, including the critically acclaimed "Yilanların Öcü" and "Üç Tekerlekli Bisiklet". He was also known for his acting roles in films like "Yılanların Öcü" and "İstanbul'un Kızları". Aside from his work in film, Elmas was also a writer and published several novels and short stories. He passed away in Istanbul in 2002, leaving behind a lasting legacy in Turkish film and literature.

Nejat Uygur

Nejat Uygur (August 10, 1927 Kilis-November 18, 2013 Istanbul) was a Turkish actor and comedian. His children are called , Süheyl Uygur, Ahmet Uygur, Süha Uygur and Kemal Uygur.

Nejat Uygur was known for his unique style of humor and his ability to make audiences laugh with his witty jokes and comedic timing. He began his career in the 1950s and became one of the most iconic figures in Turkish comedy. He appeared in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions throughout his career, and his work has been celebrated and admired by generations of fans. Uygur was also a writer and playwright, and he is remembered for his contributions to Turkish literature and theater. His legacy continues to inspire new generations of comedians and actors in Turkey and beyond.

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