Berker Güven, who gave a very successful performance in the Zalim İstanbul (Cruel İstanbul) series broadcast on Kanal D in the 2019 – 2020 season, had a great break with the character of Nedim. The actor, who had the most successful period of his career, was a name that had his name written in the leading roles in the next period.
Berker Güven, who first appeared in the movie Babam (My Father) in his acting career, experienced the excitement of sharing the same set with the master actor Çetin Tekindor. This project, in which names such as Melisa Şenolsun, Erkan Kolçak Köstendil and Ebru Şahin came to the fore, became an unforgettable work for Berker Güven.
Drawing attention with the character of Aleksi in the TV series Vatanım Sensin, the actor also made a career explosion with the character of Nedim Karaçay in the TV series Zalim İstanbul. After receiving offers for the lead role for many projects, the actor continues to appear on the television screen with Üç Kız Kardeş (Three Sisters) after the series Alev Alev.
Berker Güven will be in front of his fans again as of September with Üç Kız Kardeş, where he left his mark on the first season with the character of Somer. The actor presented important information about himself in the program published on youtube. One of these information was the person he admired…
Berker Güven said, “Cetin Tekindor is a person I admire. He was an actor I admired, he became a person I admire. He is a wonderful master with a great discipline.”
Berker Güven, who had the opportunity to work with Çetin Tekindor in the movie Babam and benefited from the experience of the master actor, also gave details on how he prepared for a character.
Berker Güven said, “I am a method actor, I am a method actor. You prepare for a character through a certain method, after preparing for that character, you continue your life without leaving the character, without spoiling the character. Spending time as that character for a while, not as Berker. There are many branches of method acting, but this is one of his methods.”