Beren Saat Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More
Beren Saat (Turkish: [been saat]; born February 26, 1984) is a Turkish actress. She has received critical acclaim and numerous awards for her acting since the beginning of her career. She participated in the acting competition Türkiye'nin Yldzlar while studying at Başkent University and was discovered by Turkish director Tomris Giritliolu, launching her professional acting career.
Beren Saat made her acting debut in the television series Aşkmzda lüm Var, playing a minor role (2004). Tomris Giritliolu then prepared her for her first major role in Aşka Sürgün (2005–2006). She starred as a feisty tomboy named Yasemin Ünsal in the ATV political series Hatrla Sevgili (2006-2008), and she rose to international prominence for her role as Bihter Yöreolu Ziyagil, an unfaithful wife, in the Kanal D romantic series Aşk- Memnu (2008-2010), for which she received critical acclaim and two Golden Butterfly Awards. Her other major television roles include Fatmagül Ketenci Ilgaz, a rape victim in the social drama Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? (2010-2012), and Derin elik/Yamur zden, an avenger in the drama series ntikam (2013-2014), a remake of the American television series Revenge. Her film career began with the drama Güz Sancs (2009), and she went on to star in Gecenin Kanatlar (2009), Rhino Season (2012), and Benim Dünyam (2013). (2013). She starred as the titular character in the historical drama series Muhteşem Yüzyl: Kösem from 2015 to 2016, for which she was said to be paid $90,000 per episode. Saat starred as the lead in the Netflix original series The Gift from 2019 to 2021.
From 2008 to 2014, Saat was Turkey's highest-paid actress. She has worked as a voice actor in several films. She was named Actress of the Year in Radikal newspaper's "2010 Damgasn Vuranlar" list. Saat is well-known for her charitable work in addition to her acting career. Since 2014, she has been married to singer Kenan Doulu.
Beren Saat was born in Ankara on February 26, 1984, to Ayla Saat (née Dikmen) and Hüseyin Avni Saat, both sports academy graduates. Cem Saat is her brother. She was raised in Ankara and attended TED Ankara College Foundation Private High School before enrolling in Başkent University's Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences and pursuing a career in acting. She entered an acting competition called Türkiye'nin Yldzlar with the help of her college friends, and she came in first place. She then appeared in Tofita TV commercials directed by Sinan etin. She was discovered by renowned director Tomris Giritliolu and made her debut in the series Aşkmzda lüm Var.
Hatrla Sevgili and Aşk- Memnu had a successful career from 2004 to 2008.
In 2004, she was cast as Nermin in Nazif Tunç and Ümit Efekan's TV series Aşkmzda lüm Var. In the series, her character was the sister of Ece Uslu's character. In 2005, she played the female lead Zilan ahvar Azizolu in Aşka Sürgün, directed by Cemal a and produced by Tomris Giritliolu. Mahsun Krmzgül was her co-star in this series. In 2006, she was cast as Yasemin Ünsal in Faruk Teber and Ümmü Burha's popular series Hatrla Sevgili. Cansel Elçin and Okan Yalabk co-starred in the lead role. The series focused on political events that occurred between 1950 and 1970, and Saat achieved great success and national fame during its run. Cansel Elçin, Saat's friend and co-star, described Beren Saat as a "super artist of high quality" in an interview. Saat appeared as a guest actress on episode 121 of Avrupa Yakas in 2007.
Later that year, she was cast as Bihter Yöreolu Ziyagil in Aşk- Memnu (Forbidden Love), a romantic drama series based on author Halid Ziya Uşaklgil's novel of the same name. Hilal Saral directed the series. Saat co-starred with Kvanç Tatltu, Selçuk Yöntem, and Nebahat ehre in the lead role. The plot revolves around a young girl, Bihter Yöreolu Ziyagil, who falls in love with her husband's young nephew, Behlül (played by Kvanç Tatltu). Aşk- Memnu received a positive response from the audience and became the most watched TV series in Turkish television history. The final episode, titled "Veda," was watched by three out of every four people in Turkey. Beren Saat received critical acclaim for her performance in the final episode, and Bihter's suicide scene broke viewing records. Selda Alkor, a Turkish film actress, commented on Saat's final performance, saying: "Beren Saat deserves my congratulations. She performed admirably. She portrayed the character's psychology so well that I believe she will become one of the industry's most important actresses, just like one of us ". During its broadcast, the series became one of the most frequently complained about, and some of these complaints were issued by RTÜK on occasion and were rejected by some ministers. Saat rose to international prominence after the show was broadcast around the world, particularly in the Middle East and Europe. The final episode, which featured Bihter's death, aired on June 24, 2010, and on the character's death anniversary the following year, people shared messages mourning her demise. The series was also very popular in Egypt, and a TV channel produced a documentary about Beren Saat's life. Hamdi Alkan, a member of the jury for Türkiye'nin Yldzlar, was interviewed and provided detailed information about Beren Saat. After conducting research, the Media Monitoring Center announced at the end of 2010 that Saat was one of the most popular TV series actors and the most talked-about actress of the year. She was named Actress of the Year in Radikal newspaper's "2010 Damgasn Vuranlar" list.
"I've learned a lot from what the writers wrote about Bihter's mentality," she said in an interview. She was the first nominee to win the Golden Butterfly Award for two years in a row for her role in the series. Following the conclusion of the series, the scenario was sold to Italy in 2010 and to the United States in 2012 for adaptation in these two countries.
2009-12: Cinema movies and Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? Güz Sancs (Pains of Autumn), directed by Tomris Giritliolu, were her first feature film experiences. Saat played Elena, a Greek prostitute, alongside Murat Yldrm, Okan Yalabk, and Belçim Bilgin. She also appeared in Serdar Akar's film Gecenin Kanatlar (Wings of the Night), written by Mahsun Krmzgül, in 2009. Murat Ünalmş, Erkan Petekkaya, and Yavuz Bingöl co-starred in the lead role. Gece was the character she played. There was a lengthy debate over whether or not to show a sex scene involving Saat and her co-star Murat Ünalmş, and images of this scene were later shown in the film's trailer, resulting in Saat's outrage. She did not attend the premiere of the film and later sued the producer. She dropped the case against the producer in 2013. In 2010, she dubbed Barbie's voice in the Turkish version of the blockbuster animation Toy Story 3. She became the face of the chips brand Patos in the summer of 2010, appearing in numerous commercials and advertisements. Following that, Patos chip sales increased by 45%. Saat became the face of Rexona advertisements the same year.
Saat appeared in the 2010 series Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?, a screenplay adaptation of the 1986 film written by Vedat Türkali. Hilal Saral directed the series, which was written by Ece Yörenç and Melek Gençolu. Fatmagül Ketenci Ilgaz played a rape victim in her role. Engin Akyürek, a friend from the Türkiye'nin Yldzlar competition, was Saat's main partner in this series. Sumru Yavrucuk, Musa Uzunlar, Serdar Gökhan, and Deniz Türkali were the other main characters. The dramatic rape scene in the first episode, which broke ratings records, was one of the most discussed scenes in this series. The series was well received by the audience and was one of the highest-rated shows in recent years. Before performing the rape scene, Saat received psychological support from a group of friends. Because of its sexual content, the series was later added to the agenda of the parliament, and a campaign was launched to stop its broadcast. Several Bundesrat deputies in Germany issued a written statement in support of the series due to its emphasis on women's rights. Saat's face began to appear on the covers of magazines in various countries after the series was broadcast in numerous countries around the world. Following her portrayal of Fatmagül, a website published a video game on the internet and made her one of its characters. Saat could get dresses from a wardrobe that contained items such as clothes, shoes, wigs, and so on. At the time of its release, it was one of the most popular games. She was nominated for an Antalya Television Award in the Best Drama Series Actress category for her role in this series.
Saat appeared in her third film, Rhino Season, directed by Iranian Bahman Ghobadi, in 2012. She was cast as Buse Bellucci, Monica Bellucci's daughter. The Turkish actors included Ylmaz Erdoan, Caner Cindoruk, and Belçim Bilgin, while the Iranian actors included Behrouz Vossoughi and Arash. The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Brave, an animated film, was released in Turkey in September of the same year. In the Turkish version of the film, Saat dubbed Merida's voice.
ntikam, Benim Dünyam, and Muhteşem Yüzyl: Kösem, 2013-2016
Saat began filming the series ntikam, which is based on the original American series Revenge, at the end of 2012. She returned to television after a six-month hiatus with ntikam. She took private fighting lessons to prepare for the role. Mert Frat, Yiit Zşener, Zafer Algöz, Arzu Gamze Klnç, and Engin Hepileri starred in the film. Saat played the character Derin elik/Yamur zden in the show, which debuted in January 2013. Aside from her acting performance, her fashion sense was one of the most discussed topics. In the summer of 2013, Saat played the lead in the film Benim Dünyam, an adaptation of the 2005 Indian film Black. Saat co-starred with Uur Yücel and played the character Ela Bayndr. Other cast members included Ayça Bingöl, Turgay Kantürk, Hazar Ergüçlü, and Melis Mutluç, a child actress. She played a character who was blind, deaf, and dumb. Following her performance in this film, an American website named Beren Saat one of the world's "stars," claiming that the characters depicted in the adapted film were better portrayed than the original. In 2013, she also became the face of the "Duru Perfume Duş Jeli" brand and was featured in a two-day advertising film.
Muhteşem Yüzyl: Kösem was set to premiere in September 2015, and Saat was one of the candidates to play the lead role of Kösem Sultan. Bergüzar Korel, Tuba Büyüküstün, and Hazal Kaya were among the other actresses who were supposed to play the lead. Timur Savc, the show's producer, denied the allegations and stated that the person chosen to play Kösem Sultan would go unnoticed. However, it was announced in June 2015 that Saat would play Kösem Sultan in this new TV series. She joined the show in episode 7 and left at the end of season 1. Hülya Avşar, Mete Horozolu, and Erkan Kolçak Köstendil were among her co-stars. She appeared in an Arçelik advertisement film with her husband in July 2015. The advertisement begins with an action scene performed by Saat while Doulu sings a song. The commercial also shows her on a film set accepting an award at an event and at home with Kenan Doulu. She dubbed the voice of Scarlet Overkill in the Turkish version of Minions in July 2015. The film was released in Turkey in September 2015, and Kenan Doulu dubbed the voice of Scarlet Overkill's inventor husband, Herb Overkill.
From 2019 to the present: The Gift
Between 2019 and 2021, Saat starred in the Netflix original series The Gift, playing the lead character Atiye, an artist who discovers universal secrets in Anatolia. It debuted on December 27, 2019. The series was named one of the BBC's top ten most recommended series for December 2019. Onur Baştürk wrote for Hürriyet that there was "no trace of the childishness or disharmony" that he had seen in The Protector, and he praised the performances of all the actors, including Saat and her co-star Mehmet Günsür. The TV show's love scenes sparked debate on social media, eliciting mixed reactions. The second season was released in September 2020, with the third and final season following in June 2021.
In February 2012, Beren Saat began dating Kenan Doulu. Saat and Doulu got engaged on February 23, 2014 in Istanbul and married on July 29, 2014 in a private ceremony in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Saat has been involved in numerous social projects. In 2011, she became the face of the deodorant brand Rexona and donated all of her earnings to the "Mor at" foundation, which supports women's shelters. In 2012, she designed some T-shirts with her face on the covers for Elle magazine, and the majority of the proceeds from selling the T-shirts in NetWork stores were donated to Nar Taneleri Projesi ("Pomegranate Seeds Project"), a charity that educates young orphan girls aged 18 to 24. In December of the same year, she appeared on the cover of a Trendus.com calendar featuring a girl with leukemia dressed in a Snow White costume. The proceeds from the sale of these calendars were donated to the "Health and Education Foundation for Children with Leukemia". Saat later appeared in a video supporting a project for women's healthy childbirth in Afghanistan organized by the European Union and the Afghan Ministry of Health.
Saat appeared in Ozan Açktan's advertising film "Baba Beni Okula Gönder" (Daddy Send Me to School) in September 2014. During EuroLeague basketball competition during "Breast Cancer Awareness Month" in October 2014, she appeared in Abdi Pekçi Arena and performed a symbolic jump ball with a pink ball. In the same month, Saat, along with many other celebrities, took part in the "Gençlie Hitabe" program, which uses sign language to address young people with hearing disabilities. She was also one of the first people to respond to zgecan Aslan's murder by posting messages on her social media accounts. The messages contained details about her own experiences with the challenges and difficulties that women face in Turkey.
|2009||Pains of Autumn||Elena||Tomris Giritlioğlu||Main role|
|Wings of the Night||Gece||Serdar Akar||Main role|
|2010||Toy Story 3||Barbie||Lee Unkrich||Dubbing voice|
|Rhino Season||Buse||Bahman Ghobadi||Main role|
|2013||My World||Ela||Uğur Yücel||Main role|
|2015||Minions||Scarlet Overkill||Kyle Balda|
|TBA||Last Call For İstanbul||Serin||Gönenç Uyanık||Main role|
|2004||There is Death in Our Love||Nermin||Show TV||Supporting role|
|2005–2006||Love in Exile||Zilan Şahvar Azizoğlu||ATV||Main role|
|2006–2008||Remember Darling||Yasemin Ünsal||ATV||Main role|
|2007||European Side||Herself||ATV||Special guest appearance|
|2008–2010||Forbidden Love||Bihter Yöreoğlu Ziyagil||Kanal D||Main role|
|2010–2012||What is Fatmagül's Fault?||Fatmagül Ketenci Ilgaz||Kanal D||Main role|
|2013–2014||Revenge||Derin Çelik/Yağmur Özden||Kanal D||Main role|
|2015–2016||Magnificent Century: Kösem||Kösem Sultan||Star TV||Main role|
|2019–2021||The Gift||Atiye Özgürsoy||Netflix||Main role|
|2020||Night on Earth||Narrator||Netflix||Turkish version|
Awards and nominations
|2008||Golden Tulip Fine Arts Award||Best Actress||Hatırla Sevgili||Won|
|2009||Kabataş Graduates Association||Güz Sancısı||Won|
|Yıldız Technical University||Aşk-ı Memnu||Won|
|Golden Butterfly Awards||Won|
|2010||Cinema is Here Festival||Young Actress||Gecenin Kanatları||Won|
|Turkey Elle Style Awards||Stylish Actress||Won|
|AyaklıGazete.com Awards||Best Actress in a Drama Series||Aşk-ı Memnu||Won|
|Golden Butterfly Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|Turkey Talk Magazine||Won|
|Kadir Has University||Won|
|İsmail Cem Television Awards||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|
|Antalya Television Awards||Nominated|
|2011||Yıldız Technical University||Best Actress||Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?||Won|
|Association of Advertising Agencies||Won|
|2nd Quality Magazine Awards||Won|
|Antalya Television Awards||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|
|2012||7th Seoul International Drama Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Kadir Has University||Won|
|AyaklıGazete.com Awards||Best Actress in a Drama Series||Won|
|11. ROTABEST Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|25th International Consumer Summit||Won|
|Şişli Vocational School||Won|
|Haydarpaşa High School||Top Actress||Won|
|2013||Bilkent University||Best Actress||Won|
|TUROB||Thanking Award||Aşk-ı Memnu||Won|
|Turkey GQ Awards||Woman of the Year||Won|
|2014||Milliyet Art Magazine||Best Actress||Benim Dünyam||Won|
|Yıldız Technical University||Best Cinema Actress||Won|
|Istanbul Technical University||The Most Successful Actress||Won|
|Premio APES||Best International Actress||Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? & Aşk-ı Memnu||Won|
|AyaklıGazete.com Award||Best Actress in a Drama Series||İntikam||Nominated|
|2015||Haliç University||Best Commercial||Arçelik||Won|
|Elele Avon Women Awards||Social Responsibility||Nominated|
|2016||AyaklıGazete.com Awards||Best Actress in a Historical Series||Muhteşem Yüzyıl: Kösem||Nominated|
|Ege University Social Media Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Moon Life Awards||Nominated|
|16th Murex d'Or Awards||Best Foreign Actress||Won|
|2017||National Solidarity Platform||National Posture Honorary Award||Won|
|Latina Turkish Awards||Best Actress||Aşk-ı Memnu||Won|
|2020||18th Yıldız Technical University Awards||Honorary award||Atiye||Won|
Beren Saat Biography
|Date of Birth||26-Feb-1984|
|Age in 2023||39|
|Birth Place||Ankara, Turkey|
|Height||In Centimeters: 167 cm.|
In Meters: 1.67 m.
In Feet Inches: 5'6"
|Weight||In KG: Not known|
In Pound: Not known
|Marriage Date||(m. 2014)|
Some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about Beren Saat.
- What is the Net Worth of Beren Saat?
The Net Worth of Beren Saat is $3 Million.
- What is the Height of Beren Saat?
The height of Beren Saat is 1.67.
- Where is the birthplace of Beren Saat?
The birthplace of Beren Saat is Ankara, Turkey
- What is the Date of Birth of Beren Saat?
The birthday of Beren Saat is on 26-Feb-1984.
- Is Beren Saat Married?
The marital status of Beren Saat is: Married.