Demet Evgar

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Demet Evgar
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Born (1980-05-18) 18 May 1980 (age 40)
NationalityFlag of Turkey.svg  Turkey
Education Istanbul University
OccupationActress
Years active2000–present

Demet Evgar (born 18 May 1980) is a Turkish actress known for her roles in feature films and TV series. She also pursues an active career as an actress in theatre where she had made her debut. She has founded theatre institutions such as "Pangar", "Hata Yapım Atölyesi", "Müşterek", "Multi Arts Production". [1]

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Evgar was born in Manisa in 1980. Her paternal family is of Albanian origin. While Ottoman Empire was collapsing, other part of her family is of Turkish descent who immigrated from Thessaloniki, today part of Greece. [2] [3] Her brother is director Yiğit Evgar. [4] [5]

She starred in the rom-com 1 Kadın 1 Erkek for 8 seasons. She also starred in the hit army comedy series "Emret Komutanım", "Avlu(The Yard)" and played the role of "Kara Fatma" (guest star) in Vatanım Sensin . Currently she is playing in the TV series Alev Alev. [4] [6]

Filmography

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Demet Evgar
Cinema
YearTitleRoleNotes
2005BanyoHülya
2006 Beyza'nın Kadınları Beyza Türker, Rabia Çınar, Dilara, Ayla
  • Nominated – Best Actress / 39th Turkish Film Critics Association Awards
2009 I Saw the Sun Havar
2010 Yahşi Batı Suzan Van Dyke
2010 Vay Arkadaş Nil
2013 Sen Aydınlatırsın Geceyi Yasemin
  • Nominated - Best Actress / 46th Turkish Film Critics Association Awards
  • Won - Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama / 19th Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2015Yok Artık!Ceyda
2016 Kötü Kedi Şerafettin Misket ve Tacettin (voice)
2017Aşkın Gören Gözlere İhtiyacı YokHandan
  • Nominated - Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy / 24th Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2017Sofra SırlarıNeslihan
  • Won - Best Actress / 37th Istanbul International Film Festival
  • Nominated - Best Actress / 51st Turkish Film Critics Association Awards
2017 Aile Arasında Solmaz
  • Nominated - Best Actress / 50th Turkish Film Critics Association Awards
  • Won - Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy / 23rd Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2019Topal Şükran'ın MaceralarıŞükran
Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
2000Bir Demet Tiyatro
2000Yedi NumaraYeliz
2002Aslı ile KeremYeliz
2002Tatlı HayatDefne - İhsan Yıldırım's secretory
2003Yuvam YıkılmasınHülya
2003ÇınaraltıNilüfer
2004Bütün ÇocuklarımEyşan
2005Emret KomutanımÜsteğmen Çiğdem
2006Erkekler AğlamazZeynep
2008–20151 Erkek 1 Kadın 2 ÇocukZeynep Yıldırım
  • Won - Best Actress in a Comedy Series / 1st Antalya Television Awards (2010)
  • Won - Best Actress in a Comedy Series / 37th Golden Butterfly Awards (2010)
  • Won - Best Actress in a Comedy Series / 3rd Antalya Television Awards (2012)
  • Nominated - Best Actress in a Comedy Series / 4th Antalya Television Awards (2013)
2017Vatanım SensinKara Fatma
2018–2019AvluDeniz Demir
2020– Alev Alev Cemre

Theatre

Theatre
YearTitle / VenueWriterNotes
2000Takanlar ve Takılanlar / Tiyatro Kılçık
Kadınlar da Savaşı Yitirdi
(Women Lost the War Too)
Curzio Malaparte
2003 The Blue Room
(staged under the title, Aşk ÇemberiThe Circle of Love) / Kent Oyuncuları
David Hare
2005 The Night Season / Kent Oyuncuları Rebecca Lenkiewicz
  • Won - Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Drama / 10th Afife Theatre Awards
2006 Anna Karenina / Kent Oyuncuları Leo Tolstoy
  • Won - Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Drama / 12th Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2006Ayşegül Hindistan'da / Tiyatro Kılçık
2007 39 Steps / Kent Oyuncuları John Buchan
  • Nominated - Best Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy / 13th Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2009 The Miser / Kent Oyuncuları [7] Molière
  • Nominated - Best Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy / 15th Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2012 Macbeth / Pangar William Shakespeare
2014 King Lear / Altıdan Sonra Theatre & PangarWilliam Shakespeare
2016 39 Steps / Müşterek John Buchan
  • Nominated - Best Actress in a Leading Role - Comedy, Dark Comedy or Musical / 22nd Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards
2016Kozalar / Pangar Adalet Ağaoğlu
2019Hedda Gabler / Pangar Henrik Ibsen

Discography

Singles

Footnotes

  1. "Tiyatroda yeni bir oluşum: "Pangar"". doi:10.2012/1618105/default (inactive 10 January 2021).Cite journal requires |journal= (help)CS1 maint: DOI inactive as of January 2021 (link)
  2. "Kahkahanın öznesi Demet Evgar Röportajlar Ünlüler haberleri".
  3. "Arnavut damarım var canım benim, birden sinirim zıplayabiliyor!".
  4. 1 2 "Demet Evgar hakkında bilinmesi gereken 33 şey".
  5. "Sokaktan tepki yok, zaten beni tanımazlar". Milliyet (in Turkish). Archived from the original on 14 March 2016. Retrieved 4 March 2012.
  6. Demet Evgar Biyografi
  7. "Moliere'in 'Cimri'si Kenter Tiyatrosu'nda". Radikal . Retrieved 12 November 2009.

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