|Name Zerrin Tekindor|
|Ex-spouse Cetin Tekindor|
Children Hira Tekindor
|Education Bilkent University (1994), Hacettepe University (1985)|
TV shows Forbidden Love, Kuzey Guney, Bir Istanbul Masali, Ask yeniden, Mars Kapidan Baktirir
Similar People Cetin Tekindor, Hira Tekindor, Haluk Bilginer, Kivanc Tatlitug, Oyku Karayel
Bosch 2008 reklam ege aydan zerrin tekindor
Zerrin Tekindor (born 5 August 1964 in Burhaniye) is a Turkish actress and painter. In 1985 she graduated from the Hacettepe University State Conservatory, School of Theater. In that year, she began to work at the Adana State Theatre as an intern. After two years she was charged with a duty in Ankara at the State Theatre and performed in numerous plays such as: Laundry, Ferhad and Sirin, A Noisy and Clamorous Story, Death, Istanbul Efendisi, The Last Great Lovers, The Window That Opens to the Sky, Deers Curst, From War to Peace, From Love to Quarrel, Love Kills, The Government Inspector, A Place in the Middle of the Earth. In 2003 she moved to Istanbul to work at the Istanbul State Theatre. In 2004 she performed in The Government Inspector (N. V. Gogol) as Anna Andreyevna. She won an Afife Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress in Comedy.
- Bosch 2008 reklam ege aydan zerrin tekindor
- Zerrin tekindor y l n en ba ar l m zikal komedi kad n oyuncusu afife tiyatro d lleri 2010
Besides her theatre career, Zerrin Tekindor also studied painting as a special student at the Bilkent University School of Fine Arts between 1990-1994 in the Halil Akdeniz Workshop. Being an actress also shapes Zerrin Tekindor’s paintings. The heroes of many plays are settled on her canvas as Tekindor’s figures by using mixed technique. With their costumes, actions, lines, and even with their appearances under the stage light, they become paintings, being filtered through Tekindor’s interpretation who is also part of that particular action on the stage.
Zerrin Tekindor has a son with actor Çetin Tekindor. At present, Zerrin Tekindor continues her career as an actress and a painter in Istanbul. Since 1994, she has held nine personal exhibitions.