Turkish actor Rana Jabbar dies
Turkish actor Rana Jabbar, one of the heroes of the Forbidden Love series, passed away in a hospital in Istanbul.
According to Turkish newspapers, the famous actor died at the age of 78, who was recently transferred to a hospital in Taksim.
Jabbar portrayed the character of Suleiman Effendi and made a great mark during his broadcast.
He was born in 1945 in Istanbul. Educated at a private high school, Kabar played basketball at Fenerbahçe Sports Club for a short time in the stars and youth team.
After completing his education in Istanbul, he settled in Ankara in the following years and participated in the establishment of the Ankara Art Theater.
Rana Jabbar took his first steps in the artistic life in 1964 with the play “Ayak Bhagak Fabricasi” directed by Gunnar Sommer. After performing in Ankara Art Theater for many years, he has also acted in various theaters.
Kabbar, who also works in cinema and theatre, has appeared in several television serials.
In 1989, he appeared on screen in the role of “Mehmet Aga” in the TV series “Can Şenliği”. Later she enthralled the audience in the television series ‘Vellai Poppy, Karupu Veil, Kadhal Kadhal, Nake Sadak Doke’.
Also in 2016, she acted alongside many famous names in the movie “Vezir Finger” written and directed by Mahsun Karmasikul. With this film, he won the ‘Best Supporting Actor’ award at the 22nd Sadri Alisik Awards in 2017.
The leading actor was married once and stayed married for 13 years.
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