|Relatives||Cem Yılmaz (brother-in-law)|
Tolga Çevik (born 12 May 1974) is a Turkish actor, most known from the hit films "Organize İşler", Vizontele and the hit series Avrupa Yakası , improvisation theatre "Tolgshow".
His grandparents were among the Turkish population who immigrated from Thessaloniki, Greece, to Turkey after the Ottoman Empire collapsed.He graduated from the theatre department of Central Missouri State University. He was a student of Robin Williams and Tommy Lee Jones.
He is married to Özge Yılmaz, sister of comedian Cem Yılmaz. Actor Sarp Bozkurt is his cousin, with whom he performed together in some seasons of improvisation theatre Tolgshow.
He has a daughter and a son.
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Cem Yılmaz is a Turkish actor, stand-up comedian, musician, filmmaker, screenwriter, and cartoonist. He is best known for his films G.O.R.A. (2004), A.R.O.G (2008) and Yahşi Batı (2010), and has won two Sadri Alışık awards for his roles in Organize İşler (2005) and The Magician (2006). His international films are Russell Crowe's film "Water Diviner" and Ferzan Özpetek's film "Magnifica presenza".
Avrupa Yakası is a Turkish sitcom, produced by Sinan Çetin and written by Gülse Birsel. The series was shot at Plato Film studios and its first episode was broadcast on ATV on 11 February 2004.
Vizontele is a 2001 Turkish comedy-drama film, written and directed by Yılmaz Erdoğan and co-directed by Ömer Faruk Sorak, based on the writer-director's childhood memories of the arrival of the first television to his village in the early 1970s. The film, which went on nationwide release on February 2, 2001, won three Golden Orange awards and was one of the most successful Turkish films to that date. A sequel, entitled Vizontele Tuuba, involving the director and most of the original cast followed in 2004.
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