The Teşkilat era is over for him, but the action era isn't over! Surprise series attack from Nihat Altınkaya!
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9 December 2022 12:16

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The Teşkilat era is over for him, but the action era isn’t over! Surprise series attack from Nihat Altınkaya!

Nihat Altınkaya also contributed greatly to the successful two-season performance of the Teşkilat (The Organization) series broadcast on TRT1 screens. The master actor was able to impress millions of viewers with the character of Hulki, taking the lead role in two seasons from the very beginning of the series.

Born in 1979 in Karabük, the player also participated in the Survivor competition for a while. The actor, who has been on the sets since 2008, first stepped into the sets with the Yaprak Dökümü series and was also appreciated with the character of Levent.

Afterwards, Nihat Altınkaya, who took part in different projects, attracted attention as the character of Sinan in the series Karadayı, as well as Kaan, which he portrayed in Medcezir, made his biggest debut in the soldier series Söz.

The actor, whom we watched in short roles in many TV series, managed to impress millions of viewers with the character of Hulki in the latest production called Teşkilat. Nihat Altınkaya, who is one of the most special names in the Teşkilat series due to the character’s very different personality, will meet with the audience again with a brand new role in the new season.

The role of Nihat Altınkaya, who joined the renewed cast of the ATV series named Kuruluş Osman (Establishment Osman), which had a successful process for three seasons, has already been a matter of curiosity.

Preliminary preparations for the series have been done intensively, reading rehearsals have been carried out, and the team will soon be on the set to begin filming. While the Kuruluş Osman series is expected to be on the ATV screen as of October, let us remind you that there are 11 names in the renewed cast and Nihat Altınkaya is one of them.

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