Turkish actors died in 1972

Here are 2 famous actors from Turkey died in 1972:

Asım Nipton

Asım Nipton (November 17, 2014 Istanbul-November 17, 1972 Istanbul) also known as Asim Nipton was a Turkish actor.

He was born on November 17, 1914 in Istanbul, Ottoman Empire. He started his acting career in 1932 and appeared in more than 200 films, television series and theater productions. Nipton was known for his roles in historical films such as "Kanuni Sultan Süleyman" and "Yavuz Sultan Selim", as well as for his performances in comedy films such as "Hababam Sınıfı" series. He was awarded the Best Actor award at the 1954 Ankara Film Festival for his role in "Ses". Nipton also served as the director of Istanbul City Theaters for several years. He passed away on November 17, 1972 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Sadri Karan

Sadri Karan (August 16, 1910 Nicosia-November 17, 1972 Istanbul) was a Turkish actor and film producer. He had one child, Sertaç Karan.

Sadri Karan was born in Nicosia, which was then part of the Ottoman Empire and is now the capital city of the northern part of Cyprus. He grew up in Turkey and started his acting career in the 1930s. Karan appeared in many films throughout his career, becoming a popular and recognizable figure in Turkish cinema.

In addition to his work as an actor, Karan was also a successful film producer. He produced several notable films, including "Mavi Boncuk" (Blue Bead) in 1958 and "Hudutların Kanunu" (Law of the Border) in 1966. These films were both critical and commercial successes, further cementing Karan's reputation as an influential figure in Turkish cinema.

Despite his success, Karan faced challenges later in his career due to financial difficulties in the Turkish film industry. He passed away in Istanbul in 1972 at the age of 62, leaving behind a legacy as a talented actor and producer who helped shape the landscape of Turkish cinema.

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