Gökçe Eyüboğlu, who was born in Istanbul in 1989, was known to the audience with the character of Ceyda in the TV series Kadın (Women). But his story began in 2009. Gökçe Eyüboğlu, who gained experience in different roles in the world of TV series and cinema in the first period of her appearance on the sets, gained popularity thanks to the TV series Kadın, which was broadcast between 2017 and 2020 and was followed with love in many countries of the world.
Then, the actress, who appeared in the TV series Zümrüdüanka, Evlilik Hakkında Her Şey (Everything About Marriage), Mahkum (Prisoner) and Behzat Ç, became one of the players who experienced rapid popularity in recent years.
Explaining that he made image changes for the characters he played, but returned to hiernormal self after the project was over, Gökçe Eyüboğlu said, “On the other hand, I think the character’s hair, make-up and costume are part of the role. And frankly, I value the character I play more than myself. That’s why I do whatever it takes for the character.”
Gökçe Eyüboğlu, who stands out as a person who can cut or even shave her hair for some projects, does not see this as courage. Explaining that acting is something like this and that one has to fulfill the requirements of the character, Eyüboğlu said that she also put forth her best effort for this purpose.
Mentioning that she can do this when she needs to gain weight for the character, the famous actress gave the following information about how she decided when the offers came:
“I’m trying to choose the characters like this; I’m falling in love with a fictional character. I fall in love with the characters I play. Their past, their place in the story, and generally the characters I play are transformed and transformed into something completely different from what we saw at the beginning. I love playing these types of women.
I love playing women trying to stand up for themselves. I believe that strong women should be given more space on the screen. That’s why I make my choices accordingly. Therefore, after I fall in love with that character, whatever they want me to do for that character, I say okay to all of them, and that’s how I set out. I gain weight, I lose weight, I get my hair cut. I think most actors think that way.”