Turkish actor, writer, and presenter who is known for his voice acting roles including for the Turkish editions of the films Madagascar. He is also known for hosting the program Gece Gunduz Kultur on NTV television.
He first performed on television at the age of 5. He graduated from Hacettepe University within their department of Business Administration. He made his voice acting debut in 1978 when he starred as Morris Thorpe in White Shadow.
He is known for having won the Haldun Taner Short Story Award as well as the Yunus Nadi Short Story Award in 2010.
He was born and raised in Ankara, Turkey and shared a photo with his family through Instagram in June of 2018.
He is known for having dubbed the Turkish voice of Back to the Future franchise.