Zuhal Olcay

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Zuhal Olcay
Born Zuhal İşanç
(1957-08-10) 10 August 1957 (age 61)
Istanbul, Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1977-present

Zuhal Olcay (Turkish pronunciation: [zuˈhal olˈdʒaj]) (née İşanç) (born 10 August 1957 in Üsküdar, Istanbul, Turkey) is a famous Turkish actress and singer.

Biography

Graduated from Ankara State Conservatory in 1976, she first started as a stage actress. Since 1983 she also started being a film actress and became famous with films like "Amansız Yol", "Kurşun Ata Ata Biter", "Bir Avuç Gökyüzü", "Halkalı Köle", and "Dünden Sonra Yarından Önce". In 1989 she started a successful singing career.

In 2018, she was sentenced to 10 months in prison for insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. She had reportedly revised the lyrics to the song “Boş Vermişim Dünyayı” (I Let Go of the World), to say “Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, it’s all empty, it’s all a lie, life will end one day and you’ll say ‘I had a dream.’” A lawsuit was filed against her by the Istanbul Prosecutor's office for insulting the president during a concert in 2016, seeking a four year prison sentence.[1]

Olcay was previously fined 10,620 lira ($2,708) for "insulting a public servant" in 2010.[2]

Filmography

Discography

  • Küçük Bir Öykü Bu (1989)
  • İki Çift Laf (1990)
  • Oyuncu (1993)
  • İhanet (1998)
  • Başucu Şarkıları (2001)
  • Başucu Şarkıları 2 (2005)
  • Aşk'ın Halleri (2009)
  • Başucu Şarkıları 3 (2015)

References

  1. ^ "Turkish singer, actress Zuhal Olcay sentenced to 10 months in prison for 'insulting Erdoğan'". Hürriyet Daily News. Retrieved 2018-03-22.
  2. ^ "Turkish singer Zuhal Olcay jailed for insulting Erdogan | IOL News". Retrieved 2018-03-22.
  • IMDb - Filmography of Zuhal Olcay
  • Biyografi.info - Biography of Zuhal Olcay

External links

  • Zuhal Olcay on IMDb
  • Zuhal Olcay's official website
Awards
Preceded by
Asuman Arsan
Golden Orange Award
for Best Supporting Actress

1984
for İhtiras Fırtınası
Succeeded by
Keriman Ulusoy
Preceded by
Hale Soygazi
Golden Orange Award
for Best Actress

1985
for Amansız Yol
Succeeded by
Müjde Ar
Preceded by
Adriana Altaras
Marianne Sägebrecht
German Film Prize
for Best Actress

1989
for Abschied vom falschen Paradies
with Heidemarie Hatheyer, Ayse Romey and Dana Vávrová
Succeeded by
Lena Stolze
Preceded by
Sumru Yavrucuk
Golden Boll Award
for Best Actress

1993
for İki Kadın

1994
for Bir Sonbahar Hikayesi

Succeeded by
Ayşegül Aldinç

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