Hazal Türesan, who plays the character of Kızıl Goncalar Beste, is on the agenda… Here is our news about the life of Hazal Türesan, who plays in the series broadcast on FOX TV and aired every Monday…
Who is Kızıl Goncalar Beste?
A new name has joined the Red Goncalar series. She is Levent’s wife and Mira’s mother. When Meryem and her family come to Istanbul, all the secrets she brought from the past will be revealed and her whole life will change.
Who is Hazal Türesan?
Hazal Türesan was born on July 20, 1985 in Ankara. After completing his primary, secondary and high school education in Ankara, he studied Theater at Ankara University, Faculty of Language, History and Geography.
She made her television debut in 2008 with Unutma Beni, in which she played the character Azra. Then, in 2011, he starred in the TV series Restart with Devrim Yakut. Afterwards, he shared the leading roles with Engin Akyürek, Tuba Büyüküstün and Erkan Can in the TV series Kara Para Aşk and received great appreciation from the audience. Hazal Türesan, who worked with Furkan Andıç and Leyla Lidya Tuğutlu in the TV series Tatlı İntikam, which started broadcasting in 2016, reached a turning point in her career with the character of Yasemin, which she played in Fazilet Hanım and Kızları in 2017. In 2018, he starred in Turkey’s first vampire-themed TV series, Yaşamayanlar. Türesan, who last took part in Netflix Turkey’s second project Atiye, which will be broadcast in the new season, is currently playing the character of Beliz in the TV series Miracle Doctor.
Hazal Türesan, who appeared on the big screen in addition to her successful television career, first appeared in the productions of Killing a Don Juan in 2014, and immediately afterwards in the productions of Sol Lane in 2015. In 2019, he also received great acclaim with his movie “Sing Me a Love Song”, which was an Iran-Turkey co-production.
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