Cansel Elçin

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Cansel Elçin
Cansel Elçin.jpg
Cansel Elçin, 2006
Born Cansel Elçin
(1973-09-20) September 20, 1973 (age 44)
Izmir, Turkey.
Years active 1999 — present
Website http://www.canselelcin.com.tr/

Cansel Elçin (born September 20, 1973), is a Turkish actor.

Biography[edit]

Cansel Elçin was born on 20 September 1973 in Izmir, Turkey, but his family moved to France when he was 9 years old. He has grown up trilingually and can speak French, English and Turkish. He studied in the Ecole Florent in Paris where he was classmates with Audrey Tautou.[1] He has French citizenship.

In 2009, he directed his first feature film, Kampuste Ciplak Ayaklar.

Elçin got married to Pinar Apaydin on 4 July 2012.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Harem suaré Journaliste
2000 Route de nuit Le medecin de garde
Le coeur à l'ouvrage Actor (Hamlet)
2001 L'art (délicat) de la séduction Designer 4
2002 La crim' Vincent Hartmann
A+ Pollux A Friend
2005 Tu vas rire, mais je te quitte
Navarro Le chirurgien
2006 Kirik kanatlar Cemal
L'équilibre de la terreur Tarek
Küçük kiyamet Zeki aka The Little Apocalypse (International: English title: festival title)
Hatirla sevgili Ahmet aka Remember Dear Beloved (International: English title)
2008 120 Süleyman
Cennetin Çocukları Ömer
2010 Gönülçelen Murat
2011 Yalancı Bahar Selim & Aziz
2012 Kötü Yol Kenan
2015 Where Atilla Passes (Là où Atilla passe…) Ahmet

Awards[edit]

Elçin won the Best Male TV Actor Award for his role in "Hatirla Sevgili", at Beykent University Faculty of Communations, 2008 Communation Awards; which honors the year's bests as voted by the students.

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