Jale Arıkan

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Jale Arıkan
Born (1965-08-22) 22 August 1965 (age 51)
Istanbul, Turkey
Nationality German, Turkish
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present

Jale Arıkan (born 22 August 1965) is a Turkish-German film and television actress. At the 35th Moscow International Film Festival in 2013, she won the Silver George for Best Actress for her role in the film Particle (2012) which won the Golden George.[1]

Career[edit]

Arıkan was born in Turkey but later moved to Germany where she successfully pursued a career in acting. She showed a preference for thrillers and dramas. She has starred in several popular German-language television series, including Ein Fall für zwei (1987–1992), Rivalen der Rennbahn (1989), Hotel Paradies (1990), Tatort (1990–2012), Praxis Bülowbogen (1992), Wolffs Revier (1992), Der Fahnder (1994), Schwarz greift ein (1995), Abschnitt 40 (2003), Leipzig Homicide (2009), Stolberg (2009), Dahoam is Dahoam (2009–2010), Küstenwache (2011), and Der Lehrer (2015).

She starred as Polish Nadenka in the 2005 Luxembourgish film Your Name is Justine which was nominated at the 79th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.[2]

She was cast as Naomi in the English-language television film Samson and Delilah (1996).

Awards and nominations[edit]

At the 35th Moscow International Film Festival in 2013, she received the Silver George for Best Actress for her role in Particle.[1] In 2014, she also won the award Best Actress in the Turkish Film Festival Frankfurt.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989 Vatanyolu – Die Heimreise Selvi
1989 The Storyteller Ivy
1990 Sleepy Betrayers Miriam
1990 Eine Liebe in Istanbul Nursim
1991 The Nude
1992 Der Schattenboxer Leyla
1992 Misunderstanding of the Moon
1993 Tersine Dünya'
1995 Pack mich Leonie Short film
1995 Nachtbus Short film
1995 Grenzgänger Short film
1998 Avcı Zala
2002 Nothing Less Than the Best Lili
2004 Sie wird ... Short film
2004 Soundless Friend of the Russians
2004 Hinter der Türr Sabiya Çetin Short film
2005 Your Name is Justine Nadenka
2006 Zucker im Blut' Dancer Short film
2007 Porno!Melo!Drama!
2008 1. Mai Yavuz's mother
2008 Evet, ich will!
2012 Zenne Dancer Şükran
2012 Particle Zeynep
2016 Mrs Nebile's Wormhole Mrs Nebile Short film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987–1992 Ein Fall für zwei Ilse
1989 Rivalen der Rennbahn
1990 Hotel Paradies Isabel
1990–2012 Tatort Uschi Petzold/Sabine
1992 Praxis Bülowbogen
1992 Business with Friends Turkish woman TV film
1992 Wolffs Revier Katja
1993 Glückliche Reise Rosa Saebra
1993 Maus und Katz Ana TV film
1994 Nacht der Frauen Hülya TV mini-series
1994 Der Fahnder
1994–1995 Ärzte
1995 Schwarz greift ein
1995 Die Partner
1995 Tot auf Halde Christina TV film
1996 Landgang für Ring TV film
1996 Max Wolkenstein Farah
1996 Samson and Delilah Naomi TV film
1998 Ein Engel schlägt zurück TV film
2000 Schimanski muss leiden Nadiye TV film
2002 Einmal Star in Hollywood Herself TV documentary
2003 Abschnitt 40 Doctor Winzer
2005 3 Wild Angels Doctor Ariane Foster
2006 Der beste Lehrer der Welt TV film
2007 Ein starkes Team Turkish barmaid
2008 Augenzeugin Ira Tv film
2009 Leipzig Homicide Yasemin Scröter
2009 Stolberg Monika Strecker
2009–2010 Dahoam is Dahoam Yıldız Kesoğlu
2010 Der Kriminalist Ayşe Şahin
2011 Küstenwache Doctor Marlies Tenhagen
2012 Veda Behice
2013 The Dad Test Simay TV film
2014 Her Sevda Bir Veda Selma
2014–2015 Kiraz Mevsimi Monika Tessa
2015 Der Lehrer
2015 Kommissar Marthaler – Ein allzu schönes Mädchen Gazetti, service station owner TV film
2015 Die letzte Spur Ulya Buchner

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "35 MIFF Prizes". Moscow International Film Festival. Retrieved 30 June 2013. 
  2. ^ "61 Countries Seeking Foreign Language Film Oscar". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 19 October 2006. Archived from the original on 13 January 2008. Retrieved 22 June 2008. 

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