Series News Deniz Işın’s role in the series Dokuz Oğuz is very special, even her gait changed while she was on the set!

Deniz Işın’s role in the series Dokuz Oğuz is very special, even her gait changed while she was on the set!


Deniz Işın is one of the actors who will take the lead role in the new soldier TV series, Dokuz Oğuz (Nine Oghuz), which will meet with the audience on the Fox TV screen on Saturdays. Deniz Işın, who was widely talked about with her strong performance in the Sefirin Kızı (The Ambrassador’s Daughters) series, also attracted the attention of a large audience with her drama series named Masumiyet (Innocence).

We can say that Deniz Işın, who has been on the sets since 2019, has experienced a rapid popularity process, and the years 2021 and 2022 have been very good for the actress. The effect of Deniz Işın was also seen in the new version of the popular TV series Leyla ile Mecnun.

Continuing to take part in both movies and TV series with different projects, Deniz Işın returns with a role that will surprise her fans this time. You will watch Deniz Işın in the character named Bilge in Fox TV’s new soldier series called Dokuz Oğuz.

The actress you will watch in the character of the agent, who has a very different style, seems to attract the attention of the audience as a strong female figure.

The actress, who preferred this series because she is a different character, also said that she gained confidence after receiving weapon and combat training.

Deniz Işın, who received various trainings for her role as Bilge and was very excited about her new role, said:

“Bilge is a very different agent in style. I like the strong attitude of women. The biggest reason why her wise character stands strong against so many people is her siblings.

We received weapon and combat training before filming the TV series. On set, that adrenaline even changes the way you walk. So far, I have taken great care to have a different character in every project I have chosen. Because as I experience different characters, I am nourished in my profession. I don’t want it to be understood that way.

I knew it was a project where I would feel comfortable and free, and that’s what happens. I chose Dokuz Oğuz because playing a different and strong character would make me feel happier.”