Turkish actors died at age 47

Here are 2 famous actors from Turkey died at 47:

Yılmaz Güney

Yılmaz Güney (April 1, 1937 Yenice, Karataş-September 9, 1984 Paris) otherwise known as Yılmaz Pütün, Çirkin Kral, Ugly King, Yilmaz Güney, Yilmaz Pütün, Yilmaz Guney or Guney Yilmaz was a Turkish film director, actor, screenwriter, film producer and novelist. His children are Elif Güney and Yılmaz Güney.

He is considered one of Turkey's most influential filmmakers, having directed and acted in over 100 films throughout his career. Güney's films often depicted the struggles of poor and working-class people, shining a light on the social and economic issues facing Turkey at the time. He received numerous awards for his work, both in Turkey and internationally, including the Palme d'Or at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival for his film "Yol". However, Güney's outspoken political beliefs and activism led to his imprisonment and later exile from Turkey. He continued to make films from his base in France until his death in 1984. Today, Güney is remembered not only for his contributions to Turkish cinema but also for his political convictions and dedication to social justice.

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Darío Moreno

Darío Moreno (April 3, 1921 Aydın-December 1, 1968 Istanbul) otherwise known as Dario Moreno or David Arugete was a Turkish guitarist, composer, singer, lyricist and actor.

He died in myocardial infarction.

Moreno was of Sephardic Jewish descent and grew up in Aydın, Turkey. He started playing guitar and singing at a young age and later moved to Istanbul to pursue a career in music. Moreno's music was influenced by a range of styles, including Turkish and Latin music.

In the 1950s, Moreno gained popularity in France and became a prominent figure in the French music scene, performing in prestigious venues like the Olympia Theater. He recorded many successful albums in French, Turkish, and Spanish.

In addition to his music career, Moreno also acted in films and television shows in Turkey and France. He starred in the Turkish film "Sensiz Yapamam" (I Can't Do It Without You) in 1955 and the French film "Le Feu aux poudres" (Gunfight at High Noon) in 1957.

Moreno's music continues to be celebrated in Turkey and France today. He is remembered as an important figure in the history of Turkish and French music.

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