Mehmet Ferda

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Mehmet Ferda
Photo of film actor Mem Ferda.jpg
Born Mem Ferda
(1963-10-30) 30 October 1963 (age 53)
London, England, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995–present

Mem Ferda (born 30 October 1963 in London) is a British actor of Turkish Cypriot descent.[1][2]


Ferda was born in Chelsea, London in 1963 to Turkish Cypriot parents.[3] At the age of six, his mother took him to Cyprus, where his father was the Minister of Agriculture.[4] The family emigrated back to London when he was 12 years old, following an assassination attempt on his father.[1][4] Whilst studying, Ferda achieved two university degrees, a BSc Honors degree in Psychology and a master's degree in Business Administration (M.B.A.). He then began acting in television commercials and was eventually accepted and graduated from the renowned London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art with a Postgraduate Diploma in acting.[1][3] At a height of 6 ft 2' (1,88 Meter) and a brawler's physique he has become notorious for playing the roles of villains.[5]


Year Film Role Notes
1996 Evita Arresting Officer
1997 Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis Mr. S. Bon
1999 The Lost Son Pimp
2004 Hide & Seek George/Byron Short film
2004 Elshera Mustapha
2004 Iffy Ben
2004 Kritzi: The Little Goat Rob Hunter
2005 Experiment Vladimir Miszich
2005 Revolver Macha's Goon
2008 The Crew Dusan
2010 Legacy: Black Ops Andriy
2011 The Devil's Double Kamel Hana
2011 The Veteran Hakeem
2011 Emulsion Egor
2012 Ill Manors Vladimir
2012 Pusher Hakan
2012 Gridiron UK Side Kick
2012 Dirty Money Ilir Duka
2013 Plastic Tariq
2015 My Hero Flowers
Year Show Role Notes
1995 The Bill Hechman TV series (1 episode)
1995 London Bridge The Waiter TV series (1 episode)
1996 Kavanagh QC Sgt. Wright TV series (1 episode)
1996 Drop the Dead Donkey Newsroom Employee TV series (1 episode)
1996 Pirates Gym Instructor TV series (1 episode)
1996 Family Money Aeroplane Passenger TV series (1 episode)
1997 Supply & Demand PCI Johnson TV film
1997 Chalk Teacher TV series (1 episode)
1997 Jonathan Creek Drunk TV series (1 episode)
1997 Gayle's World Gallery Owner TV series (1 episode)
1997 This Life Mike TV series (1 episode)
1997 Birds of a Feather Hunky Man TV series (1 episode)
1997 Holding On The Witness TV mini-series
1997 Trial & Retribution Sgt. Crocker TV series
1997 The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling The Prison Guard TV mini-series
1997 The Fast Show
1998 Noel's House Party The Passenger TV series (1 episode)
1998 A Wing and a Prayer Violent Passenger TV film
1998 Family Affairs Danny TV series (1 episode)
1999 Red Handed Restaurant Diner TV series (1 episode)
1999 See How They Run Scott TV Short
1999 Roger Roger Marco TV series (1 episode)
2000 London's Burning Joe TV series (1 episode)
2003 Dream Team Manager TV series (1 episode)
2004 She's Gone Turkish Cop TV film
2004 EastEnders Gaz TV series (1 episode)
2005 Planespotting Turkish Prisoner TV film
2005 Spooks Doorkeeper TV series (1 episode)
2006 A Good Murder Andrei TV film
2006 Heartbeat Andrei Beschastnych TV series (1 episode)
2007 Saddam's Tribe Taras Rabinovich TV film
2007 The Whistleblowers Mustafa Doglu TV series (1 episode)
2013 By Any Means TV series (1 episode)
Year Film Notes
2010 Don't Call Back Associate producer
2010 Bad Company Executive producer
2011 Emulsion Executive producer
2011 Gridiron UK Associate producer (pre-production)

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Personal life[edit]

Ferda is the cousin of İrsen Küçük, the current Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.[3]


  1. ^ a b c Antoniou, Eleni (10 December 2006). "24 hours – Mehmet Ferda The friendly giant". Cyprus Mail. Retrieved 3 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Star Kibris. "Başbakanın aktör kuzeni". Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c Kibris Gazetesi. "Saddam'ın oğlu Uday, İrsen Küçük'ün yeğenini rol icabı öldürüyor". Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  4. ^ a b Londra Gazete. "Mehmet killed by Saddam's son". Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  5. ^ ESP Magazine. "Legacy Black Ops- ESP talks to one of its stars". Retrieved 7 July 2011. 

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