8 Things You Didn’t Know About Açelya Özcan

Açelya Özcan Biography

Açelya Özcan is a Turkish actress who was born on the 28th of June 1986 in Istanbul, Turkey and presently resides there. She established a broader career and received widespread acclaim for her performances. She is well-known for her incredible work and contributions to the film industry. Açelya Özcan appears to have appeared in short films, Netflix series, and Netflix Original Movies, as well as winning numerous awards. Kurulus: Osman is the sequel of the popular Dirilis: Ertugrul drama series, which has taken the world by storm. Açelya Özcan played Ertugrul’s eldest son Gunduz Alp’s wife in the series. And she was adored by audiences for her fascinating appearance and acting prowess. Following are some of the facts, that you are not aware of about Acelya Ozcan.
Açelya Özcan
Açelya Özcan

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Açelya Özcan

1. Daughter of a writer

She is the daughter of a very famous writer of Turkey, Nurhayat Özcan.

2. Musician

Apart from being an actress, she is also a musician. One of her hobbies is playing different musical instruments. And has a good degree of harmony on piano, electric guitar, and drums. She frequently publishes her renditions of her favorite songs on social media. [1]

3. Acting Training

She is not self-taught, but she did have her basic acting training at Ahika Tekand’s theatrical school, “Studio Actors.”

4. Singing

Açelya Özcan, popularly known as Ayesha Hatun, a popular character from the critically acclaimed Turkish historical series Kurulus: Osman, performed an Urdu song on stage with her buddy Imran Abbas.

5. Favorite Country

Her favorite country is Switzerland, France, and Paris.

6. Hobbies

She loves to hang out with friends and try new places and food. She loves Italian food and Chinese. And also loves internet surfing.

7. Favorite color

Her favorite color is golden and black. She often shops for black color dresses for her.

8. Net worth

Her net worth is USD 1 Million approx. which increased by the rate of 25% as compared to 2021.      


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