Serdar Ortaç

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Serdar Ortaç
Born (1970-02-16) 16 February 1970 (age 48)
Istanbul, Sehnaz
Genres Turkish pop music
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, TV show host, writer, composer
Years active 1994–present

Serdar Ortaç (born 16 February 1970, Istanbul)[citation needed] is a Turkish pop singer.

Discography[edit]

Serdar Ortaç discography
Studio albums 12
Video albums 3
Music videos 51
Singles 54
Remix albums 3

Studio albums[edit]

  • Aşk İçin ("For love") - 1994
  • Yaz Yağmuru ("Summer Rain") - 1996
  • Loco Para Amar ("Addicted to Love") in Spanish - 1997
  • Gecelerin Adamı ("Man Of Nights") - 1998
  • Bilsemki ("If I knew") - 1999
  • Sahibinin Sesi Remix ("His Masters' Voice") - 2001
  • Okyanus ("Ocean") - 2002
  • Çakra/Beni Unut ("Chakra"/"Forget me") - 2004
  • Mesafe ("Distance") - 2006
  • Gold Remix - 2007
  • Nefes ("Breath") - 2008
  • Gold Remix - 2009
  • Kara Kedi ("Black Cat") - 2010

Personal life[edit]

Serdar Ortaç married Irish model Chloe Loughnan in 2014.[1] Loughnan appeared in one of Serdar Ortaç videos and was a judge on the popular Turkish fashion show Bu Tarz Benim.[2]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Serbia Željko Joksimović
Best Male Performer in the Balkans
2010
Succeeded by
[to be determined]