Tamer Karadağlı

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Tamer Karadağlı
Born (1967-05-24) 24 May 1967 (age 47)
Ankara, Turkey
Occupation Actor

Tamer Karadağlı (born 24 May 1967 in Ankara) is a Turkish actor.


Tamer Karadağlı's family moved to America a short time after he was born. They returned to Turkey just as he began primary school there. He studied at Çankaya High School.and TED Ankara College after which graduated in theatre from Bilkent University Conservatory.[1] In 1993 he made his television debut in Ferhunde Hanımlar . He became well known for starring in the sitcom Çocuklar Duymasın. Karadağlı also appeared as Timur in the series Şaşıfelek Çıkmazı and in the films Beyza'nın Kadınları and Living & Dying

In 2012, he starred with Seda Egridere in the Turkish action film Alina, the Turkish Assassin.[2][3][4] Consulting director/producer for the film was the acclaimed American director Bobby Roth[5][6][7] whose directing credits include Lost, Prison Break, Revenge and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.[8] Sex scenes in the film generated a lot of buzz around the film.[9][10]

He married the actress Arzu Balkan in 2002 but they divorced in 2007. They have a daughter.


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