Korhan Abay

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Korhan Abay (born January 1, 1954 in Istanbul, Turkey) is a Turkish actor, author, film director and producer.

Career[edit]

Korhan Abay is a show-business icon in Turkey, well known for his work as an actor, writer, host and producer of numerous national and international TV shows and events. He co-hosted the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with Meltem Cumbul.

Filmography[edit]

  • Se Upp För Dårarna / Kapılara Dikkat, (2007)
  • Ev Hali (as Tolga), (2002) (TV serial)
  • Alamancının Karısı (as Cemil), (1987)
  • Büyük Koşu, (1987) (TV serial)
  • Kıskıvrak (as Selçuk), (1986)
  • Şıpsevdi (as Raci), (1977) (TV serial)
  • Mahallede Şenlik Var, (1976)
  • Kötüler de Ağlar, (1976)
  • Canavar Cafer, (1975)
  • Kazım'a Ne Lazım, (1975)
  • Soysuzlar, (1975)

Trivia[edit]

  • He was offered the role of the Turkish Foreign Minister in the Swedish movie Se Upp för dårarna but as he wanted a bigger role he learned Swedish in four months.

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Preceded by
Latvia Marie N & Renārs Kaupers
Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Meltem Cumbul)
2004
Succeeded by
Ukraine Maria Efrosinina & Pavlo Shylko