Here are 6 famous actresses from Turkey were born in 1965:
Şiir Eloğlu (December 6, 1965 Istanbul-) also known as Siir Eloglu is a Turkish actor.
He studied acting at the Istanbul Municipality Conservatory and later began his career in theatre. His breakthrough role came in 1992 when he starred in the TV series "Kara Melek". Şiir Eloğlu has since appeared in numerous popular Turkish TV series and films, including "39 Basamak", "Cennet Mahallesi", and "Gurbet Kadını". He has won widespread acclaim for his performances and is considered one of the most talented actors in Turkey today. In addition to acting, Şiir Eloğlu is also a voice actor and has worked on several animated films and TV series. He is married to fellow actress Şebnem Schaefer and they have two children together.
Vahide Perçin (June 13, 1965 İzmir-) also known as Vahide Gordum or Vahide Gördüm is a Turkish actor. Her child is called Alize Gördüm.
Vahide Perçin started her acting career in the late 1980s, appearing in various Turkish TV series, such as "Sahin Tepesi" and "Alev Alev". However, her breakthrough performance came in 2007 when she played the role of "Bihter" in the hit TV series "Aşk-ı Memnu". Her portrayal of the complex and troubled character was highly praised by critics, and she became a household name in Turkey.
In addition to her TV work, Vahide Perçin has also appeared in a number of Turkish films, including "O... Çocukları", "Bir Dilim Aşk" and "Aşk Tutulması". She has won several awards for her performances, including the "Best Actress" award at the 2013 Boğaziçi Film Festival for her role in the film "Küçük Kıyamet".
Aside from her acting career, Vahide Perçin has also been actively involved in various charity and social projects. She is an advocate for women's rights and frequently speaks out on the issue.
Jale Arıkan (August 22, 1965 Istanbul-) also known as Jale Arikan is a Turkish actor.
She studied acting at the Istanbul Municipal Conservatory and made her professional acting debut in 1986. Arıkan has appeared in numerous Turkish TV series and films, including "Analar ve Anneler", "Kiralık Aşk" and "Kadın". She has won several awards for her performances, including the Best Actress Award at the 29th International Istanbul Film Festival for her role in the film "Eve Dönüş". In addition to her acting career, Arıkan is also a theater director and has directed several productions. She was married to the late Turkish actor Erdal Özyağcılar until his death in 2015.
Sedef Ecer (May 30, 1965 Istanbul-) is a Turkish actor.
She graduated from the Istanbul Municipal Conservatory in 1986 and made her professional acting debut on stage the same year. In 1991, she received widespread critical acclaim for her performance in the play "A Story in the Womb". Throughout her career, she has acted in various plays, films, and television series, including "Aliye", "Günesi Beklerken", and "Kuzey Yıldızı". In addition to her acting career, Sedef Ecer is also active in social and environmental issues, and has served as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador.
Müfide İnselel (November 18, 1965 Eskişehir-) a.k.a. İnselel, Müfide or Müfide Inselel is a Turkish actor and musician. She has one child, Sera İnselel.
Müfide İnselel is a multi-talented individual who has contributed greatly to the Turkish entertainment industry. In addition to her successful acting career, she is also a musician and has released several albums throughout the years. She started her acting career in the mid-1980s and quickly gained recognition for her performances in various TV series and movies. İnselel's talent and versatility have allowed her to play a wide range of roles in her career.
Aside from acting, Müfide İnselel is also an accomplished musician. She has released several pop albums with many of her songs becoming popular hits in Turkey. Her musical abilities have been recognized with several awards throughout her career.
Müfide İnselel has a daughter named Sera İnselel, and she has been vocal about her struggles as a single mother. Despite the challenges she has faced, she has remained dedicated to her career and is recognized as one of the most talented actresses and musicians in Turkey today.
Laçin Ceylan (November 25, 1965 Turkey-) a.k.a. Lacin Ceylan or Lachin Ceylan is a Turkish actor.
Laçin Ceylan was born on November 25, 1965 in Istanbul, Turkey. He graduated from Istanbul University State Conservatory's Department of Theatre in 1988. Since his graduation, he has appeared in various theater plays, TV series, and films.
Ceylan's notable works on TV include the popular drama series "Kara Melek" (Black Angel), "Kurtlar Vadisi" (Valley of the Wolves), and "Kocamın Ailesi" (My Husband's Family). He has also acted in many Turkish films such as "Aşk Üzerine Söylenmemiş Her Şey" (Everything That Was Not Said About Love), "Mavi Gözlü Dev" (The Blue-Eyed Giant), and "Aşk Tesadüfleri Sever" (Love Does Not Listen to Reason).
Besides acting, Ceylan is also a voice actor who has dubbed many foreign movies and TV series into Turkish. He is known for his dubbing work in the Turkish versions of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", "The Lord of the Rings", and "The Matrix" among others.
Ceylan has received many awards for his acting throughout his career, including the Best Supporting Actor Award at the 12th Ankara International Film Festival for his role in "Bir Avuç Deniz" (A Handful of Sea) in 1993.