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Ezgi Mola (2016)
Mercan Ezgi Mola
29 March 1983
Mercan Ezgi Mola (born 29 March 1983) is a Turkish actress.
Ezgi is known for her successful run in the cinema as well as the theater in her career. She has performed in an improvisation theater "Arkadaşım Hoşgeldin". While studying at Akademi İstanbul, she made her debut in Kartal Tibet's Karate Can. She studied at Müjdat Gezen Arts Center for 4 years under Aydoğan Temel and also appeared first in his play Çürük Elma. In 2005, she joined BKM and appeared alongside Ugur Yücel in the series Hırsız Polis and "Canım Ailem". She has a good box office success in her cinema career.In 2006, she acted in the movie Hayatımın Kadınısın for which she won the Sadri Alışık award.
|2000||Karate Can||TV series|
|2002||Unutma Beni||TV series|
|2003||Sultan Makamı||TV series|
|2004||Görünmez Adam||Gülizar||TV series|
|2004||Hızlı Adımlar||Selen||TV Film|
|2005–2006||Hırsız Polis||Gülay||TV series|
|2007||Senden Başka||Hayriye||TV series|
|2008||Kolay Gelsin||Kezo||TV series|
|2008–2010||Canım Ailem||Feride||TV series|
|2010||Güneydoğudan Öyküler Önce Vatan||Ayşe||TV series|
|2011||Bir Ömür Yetmez||Hazal||TV series|
|2011||Ay büyürken uyuyamam||Film|
|2011||Celal Tan ve Ailesinin Aşırı Acıklı Hikayesi||Jülide||Film|
|2012||Kötü Yol||Leman Aksular||TV series|
|2012||Pazarları Hiç Sevmem||Ayşe||Film|
|2013||Celal ile Ceren||Ceren||Film|
|2013||Thou Gild'st the Even||Çiğdem||Film|
|2013||Patron Mutlu Son İstiyor||Eylül||Film|
|2014–2015||Arkadaşım Hoşgeldin||TV Theater|
|2015||Kocan Kadar Konuş||Efsun||Film|
|2016||Kocan Kadar Konuş: Diriliş||Efsun||Film|
|2017||Maide'nin Altın Günü||Maide||Film|
|2019||Organize İşler 2: Sazan Sarmalı||Lerzan Berrak||Film|
|2020||Jet Sosyete||İpek||TV series|
|2020||Masumlar Apartmanı||Safiye||TV series|
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