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Gumus

2005-2007

Gumus is Turkish drama tv series, was broadcasted the years between 2005-2007 on Kanal D.
The story is about the life of ‘Mehmet Sadoglu’ and his wife ‘Gumus’. Kivanc Tatlitug starred as “Mehmet Sadoglu” in the series.
Gumus is known as the first Turkish tv series which sold to Middle East. By following years, Gumus became international phenomenon in broadcasted countries.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Songul Oden, Ekrem Bora, Lacin Ceylan, Tarik Unluoglu, Cuneyt Caliskur, Serdar Orcin, Ayca Varlier.

Menekse and Halil

2007-2008

Menekse and Halil is Turkish romantic drama tv series aired on Kanal D between 2007 and 2008.
The series is about an impossible love of ‘Menekse’ and ‘Halil’. The love story begins at a patisserie in Berlin and move to Istanbul. Kivanc Tatlıtug played the lead ‘Halil Tuglu’ character in the series.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Sedef Avci, Hasan Kucukcetin, Murat Daltaban, Caner Candarli, Firat Tanis, Yildiz Kultur.

Forbidden Love

2008–2010

Ask-i Memnu is Turkish romantic drama television series was broadcasted on Kanal D between the years 2008 and 2010. The series is an adaptation of the ‘Aşk-ı Memnu’ novel written by Halid Ziya Usakligil in 1899.
Kivanc Tatlitug starred as ‘Behlul Haznedar’ in the series. ‘Ask-i Memnu’ tells the story of a forbidden love between Bithter and Behlul.
‘Ask-i Memnu’ was on the top of most watched television series in Turkey and broadcasted countries. In Turkey, final episode of the serie was watched by 70% of the viewers.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Beren Saat, Nebahat Cehre, Selcuk Yontem, Zerrin Tekindor, Hazal Kaya, Nur Fettahoglu, Eda Ozerkan.

Ezel

2009-2011

Ezel is crime-thriller Turkish drama series that was broadcasted in order of on Atv and Show Tv between 2009 and 2011.
Kıvanc Tatlitug was guest star in Ezel, performed as ‘Sekiz’ in the series for 4 episodes. The series tells a revenge story after a lifechanging grand larceny.
Ezel was translated multiple languages and broadcasted in foreign countries Bade İşçil, Rıza Kocağlu, Berrak Tüzünataç, Beyazıt Gülercan, İsmail Filiz, Salih Kalyon.
The cast: Kenan Imirzalioglu, Cansu Dere, Tuncel Kurtiz, Haluk Bilginer, Ipek Bilgin, Baris Falay, Sedef Avci, Burcin Terzioglu, Yigit Ozsener, Sarp Akkaya, Bade Iscil, Riza Kocaoglu, Berrak Tuzunatac, Beyazit Gulercan, Ismail Filiz, Salih Kalyon.

Kuzey Guney

2011-2013

Kuzey Guney is Turkish drama aired on Kanal D between 2011 and 2013.
Kıvanc Tatlitug plays the leading role as ‘Kuzey Tekinoglu’ in the series. ‘Kuzey Guney’ is story of two brothers who fall for the same girl. Kuzey is bold, fearless, and spontaneous. Guney is the exact opposite of Kuzey and the only thing this brothers have in common is their love for Cemre.
‘Kuzey Guney’ was one of the most popular tv series in Turkey.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Oyku Karayel, Bugra Gulsoy, Bade Iscil, Merve Bolugur, Hazar Erguclu.

The Butterfly’s Dream

2013

Kelebegin Ruyasi is a Turkish drama movie released on February 22, 2013, written and directed by Yilmaz Erdogan.
The Butterfly’s Dream centers on two young poets in the 1940s of Turkey who make a bet on a pretty girl. Whoever’s poem the girl likes will win, and the other will step aside. Kivanc Tatlitug is in the leading role, performed as ‘Muzaffer Tayyip Uslu’ in the motion picture.
“The Butterfly’s Dream” movie was selected as official submission of Turkey in “Best Foreign Language Film” category at 86th Academy Awards. The film won the ‘Best Movie’, ‘Best Actor’ and ‘Best Film Music’ awards at the 15th Moondance International Film Festival. Moreover the motion picture won numerous awards from international and local institutes and film festivals.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Mert Firat, Yilmaz Erdogan, Belcim Bilgin, Farah Zeynep Abdullah.

Kurt Seyit and Shura

2014

Kurt Seyit and Shura is Turkish drama series based on a series of novels having the same name. The series was broadcasted on Star Tv between the years of 2011 and 2013.
‘Kurt Seyit and Shura’ tells the adventure of soldier Kurt Seyit and his love Shura who broke away from their lives in Russia and were dragged to Istanbul. Kivanc Tatlitug played the leading role ‘Kurt Seyit Eminof’ in the series.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Farah Zeynep Abdullah, Fahriye Evcen, Ushan Cakir, Birkan Sokullu.

Brave and Beauty

2016

Cesur and Guzel is a Turkish drama series shown in 2016  on Star Tv.
Kivanc Tatlitug is in the leading role with “Cesur” character. The story begins with Cesur’s arrival to Korludağ, a small city outside of Istanbul, to take revenge from Tahsin Korludağ because of their family enmity. When Cesur meets Sühan (daughter of Tahsin Korludağ) in an unexpected way, the meeting will change destinies of everyone.
The cast: Kivanc Tatlitug, Tuba Buyukustun, Tamer Levent, Devrim Yakut, Erkan Avci, Serkan Altunorak.

Hadi Be Oğlum

Hadi Be Oğlum is a Turkish Long Feature Film (Drama) produced in 2018.
The story is about a father named Ali (a tour boat captain) played by Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ who devoted his life to his son Efe (who has a communication disorder).
Starring: : Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, Büşra Develi, Yücel Erten, Alihan Türkdemir, Feridun Düzağaç and Sezai Aydın.

Organize Isler 2

2019

“Organize İşler 2” is the Turkish comedy film made in 2019.

Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ is playing the role of “Saruhan Zincir” in the film that directed and written by Yılmaz Erdoğan.

The movie, which is the sequel of the movie “Organize İşler”, telling the story of carp helix when SARUHAN, who nicknamed YELLOW, has stuck to life in İstanbul, will face Asım Noyan.

Cast:     Yılmaz Erdoğan, Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, Ezgi Mola, Bensu Soral, Rıza Kocaoğlu, Okan Çabalar, Güven Kıraç, Ahmet Mümtaz Taylan, Ersin Korkut, Erdem Baş, Mahir İpek, Ekin Türkmen, Atakan Çelik ve Safa Sarı

CRASH

2018

“Crash” is the Turkish TV series made in 2018.

The series that Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ is playing the role of “Kadir Adalı”, telling a story of the lifes that intersects with the collision of four cars.

Cast: Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, Elçin Sangu, Alperen Duymaz, Melisa Aslı Pamuk, Erkan Can, Hakan Kurtaş, İsmail Demirci, Sevtap Özaltun, Merve Çağıran, Efecan Şenolsun, Buçe Kahraman, Furkan Kalabalık