| Osman Soykut|
| United States|
| January 1, 1957 (age 60) (1957-01-01) Ankara, Turkey|
Diriliş: Ertuğrul, Adanalı, P‑51 Dragon Fighter, The Hot Chick, Leaves of the Tree
Hülya Darcan, Cavit Çetin Güner, Esra Bilgiç, Kaan Taşaner, Didem Balçın
Osman Soykut (born January 1, 1957), better known by his stage name Ozman Sirgood, is an American actor of Turkish and East European heritage.
Ozman Sirgood Wikipedia
Ozman Sirgood is an established actor who works on Film and Television projects on both sides of the Atlantic. A celebrity in his native Turkey, Ozman makes his home in Los Angeles, California. Ozman's career spans 17 years and three continents.
Ozman was born as Osman Soykut in Ankara, Turkey. His heritage includes East European roots on his mother's side and Crimean from his father. He attended Frankfurt International School, TED Ankara College Foundation Schools and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Middle East Technical University.
He moved to California in 1984 and began his acting career in 1989. In 2001, he began receiving training from Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, continuing until Milton's death in 2008.
Ozman found quick success as an actor in Los Angeles and played in a number of productions including Charmed, Alias, The Bold And The Beautiful, The Hot Chick, Art School Confidential and others.
Discovered for the Turkish market in 2007, Ozman went to Istanbul with a lead role in the TV drama "Iki Yabanci". Quickly gaining a reputation as a skilled actor, he continued with bigger roles in "Pars Narkoteror" and "Adanalı".
1n 2009, he was cast as the suave and deadly Aron Feller in the long-running TV action drama "Kurtlar Vadisi Pusu" which he played for three seasons. In 2014, he was selected to play "Ibn Arabi" in the historical TV drama "Diriliş: Ertuğrul", another very successful role. in 2016, he played opposite Christian Bale as "Deputy Governor Mazhar" in the epic The Promise directed by Terry George.
Ozman is followed closely by a large fan base spread across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.