|Occupation Film actor|
Years active 1955–2010
|Name Ekrem Bora|
Role Film actor
|Full Name Ekrem Serif Ucak|
Born 7 March 1934 (1934-03-07) Ankara, Turkey
Died April 1, 2012, Istanbul, Turkey
Awards Golden Orange Award for Best Actor (National)
Movies and TV shows Gumus, The Soft Flesh, Soguktu ve Yagmur Ciseliyordu, Emine, Aglayan Melek
Similar People Ayhan Isik, Fikret Hakan, Izzet Gunay, Filiz Akin, Tarik Akan
Salih Güney - Firari Aşıklar - Ekrem Bora - Fragman Film
Ekrem Bora, né Ekrem Şerif Uçak (7 March 1934 Ankara – 1 April 2012 Istanbul) was a Turkish film actor.
After finishing school, he went to Sultanahmet State Printinghouse where he got a diploma in typsesetting and binding. In 1953, he participated in and won the "Sinema Artist" competition held by Sezai Solelli's Yıldız (Star) magazine. Bora made his film debut in Alın Yazısı in 1955. After leaving acting for two years, he returned as the leading actor in Mavi Boncuk and went on to appear in nearly 150 films. He won the Golden Orange award for Best Actor twice; first in 1966 for his role in Sürtük, and second in 1991 for Soğuktu Ve Yağmur Çiseliyordu.
On 1 April 2012 he died in hospital in Istanbul, aged 78, from a pulmonary edema. and was laid to rest at the Zincirlikuyu Cemetery on 3 April 2012.