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Ayhan Işık, a film and series actor, is launching a golden era in the 20th years art journey…By Tony Bar / New York / Jannifer Bar / New Orleans / Janbolat Khanat / Almaty

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Ayhan Işık, a film and series actor, is launching a golden era in the 20th years art journey…By Tony Bar / New York / Jannifer Bar / New Orleans / Janbolat Khanat / Almaty

Gorgeous player says, I am Ayhan Işık…

Before Ayhan Işık, I did odd jobs within the industry. I was a production assistant on a film, I did some theater. It was one of the most exhilarating—and hard—periods in my career. But I learned what I could, and I got better.

EŞKİYA DÜNYAYA HÜKÜMDAR OLMAZ / SERIES 

Learning to do all of that has actually been a huge asset for me with my own acting process.

FILINTA TV SERIES / NIKOLAI ALEXANDER

If you want to make a long-running hit show, here’s a bit of advice: AYHAN IŞIK in it. March 10, 2007, the actor made his TV debut on the pilot episode of BIÇAK SIRTI —kicking off what would become a nonstop sweep of successful projects…

   VALLEY OF THE WOLFS / KURTLAR VADİSİ / SERIES

His 20-year stint as Ayhan’s brooding wampire beau secured his place in art-culture history and led to the spinoff Angel, which lasted three seasons.

Learning to do all of that has actually been a huge asset for me with my own acting process.

KANIT SERIES 

He didn’t even know for himself that the next three seasons would be the phenomenon…

he was no longer sat in the Siberian and Turkey’s agenda at a time…

                                                 Because the name was now siberian…

EŞKİYA DÜNYAYA HÜKÜMDAR OLMAZ / SERIES 

The initial description for İYİKİ DOĞDUN ABLA, “He’s like a prizefighter: You can knock him down, but he’ll always get back up.” So I really focused on that for character development.

With television, you can take nothing for granted. You have to find those precious moments for a character that you earn at the end of an episode, arc or journey. That’s what I really tap into, and what keeps me engaged.

When the opportunity came along to do a spinoff about ” İYİKİ DOĞDUN ABLA ” I thought, “You have to take chances, right?” The film was very different than series—it was a little more adult-oriented—and we were able to make an imprint.

I’m still so proud of what we were able to accomplish with some of our episodes, especially given the amount of green-screen work, makeup, special effects and stunts…

Coming off of my first two shows, I felt like I was better equipped to be part of the collaborative process moving forward. I grew a lot working on for AYHAN IŞIK

The fact that I direct and produce now makes things challenging, in a good way. It’s tough to be able to compartmentalize everything that’s going on at times, but I enjoy it. I almost equate it to being in a hockey game—it’s that fast.

MORDKOMMISSION MOVIE / AYHAN ISIK & COSMA SHIVA HAGEN

You have to make the right decisions, then be responsible for them. During the moments when you’re shooting a scene, you have to figure out the blocking or how you’re going to relate to the actors…

Learning to do all of that has actually been a huge asset for me with my own acting process.

My acting coach was superior Üstün Asutay and Ferdi Merter.I worked with him for long years…

I’ve incorporated bits of myself into everyone I’ve played over the years. Sibirian character was a bit cold, so what I brought to him was more prop-oriented—I was always twirling something in my hand. Actually, I think I’ve brought that to every character!

RECEP IVEDIK MOVIE SERIES

I haven’t ever taken a real hiatus because, for me, the break comes from getting new material. If you’re having a great time, the hours go by fast. I’ve been able to achieve a lot in my first two decades in this industry, but I take this milestone as a sign to work harder rather than a chance to reflect back.

      And this is just the start. There’s a lot more to come. —As told to Marisa Roffman

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