Fikret Hakan

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Fikret Hakan
Born Bumin Gaffar Çitanak
(1934-04-23) 23 April 1934 (age 83)
Balıkesir, Turkey

Fikret Hakan (born Bumin Gaffar Çitanak on 23 April 1934 in Balıkesir, Turkey) is a prolific Turkish film actor and a recipient of the honorary State Artist, a prestigious title awarded by the Turkish government.

Hakan began his artistic career in 1950 as an actor for the Ses Theatre and a contributor to literary magazines.

Making his debut in Evli mi bekar mi, a short comedy directed by Muhsin Ertugrul in 1951, and his feature film debut in 1953 in Köprüalti Çocuklari (Kids Under the Bridge), he has made over 170 appearances in film to date, although his career was at its most productive throughout the 1950s and 1960s through to 1976.

He starred in films such as Revenge of the Snakes (Yılanların öcü) in 1962.


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