Who is Avni Dilligil?

Who is avni dilligil
Who is avni dilligil

Avni Dilligil (January 1, 1908, Haifa - May 21, 1971, Istanbul), Turkish actor and director. Avni Dilligil was born in the city of Haifa in the last years of the Ottoman Empire. He studied at Edirne High School and then Istanbul High School. After graduating from high school in Istanbul, he entered the art life by playing a role in the play "Hamlet" at the City Theaters in 1927. Avni Dilligil, who acted in the City Theater for a long time, left the City Theaters after an argument with Muhsin Ertuğrul. Later, he founded groups such as Ses Operetta, Şehir Theater (İzmir), Youth Theater, Çığır Sahne, Folk Theater, Avni Dilligil Theater, took part in Raşit Rıza Theater, Turkish Theater, Bizim Theater, and also took part in more than 350 films. In 1941, he appeared in the cinema with the movie "Kahveci Güzeli". He started directing in 1950 with the movie "For My Son". He has written four movie scripts. In addition to his theater studies, he taught many actors such as Nejat Uygur, Metin Serezli, Ayşen Gruda, Halit Akçatepe, Hulusi Kentmen and helped him to be known by the masses. The phrase "no democracy in theater" has become synonymous with itself.


Erhan Dilligil was born from his first wife Nezahat Tanyeri in 1933, his child Çiçek Dilligil, who was an actress from his marriage to Belkıs Dilligil, and Rahmi Dilligil, the former general manager of the State Theater. He is the brother of Turhan Dilligil and Aliye Rona. KadıköyAvni Dilligil, who died due to a heart attack in the theater backstage in Turkey, was buried in the Karacaahmet Cemetery.

"Avni Dilligil Theater Awards" has been distributed since 1978.

Films

  • A Women's Trap - 1971
  • Roses And Thorns - 1970
  • Mercy - 1970
  • Like a Peanut - 1970
  • Sun of Happiness - 1970
  • Cafer Bey - 1970
  • Sin of the Fathers - 1970
  • A Bite of Bread - 1970
  • Did you hurt me, Sweety - 1970
  • Bitch - 1970
  • Kiss Me Beybaba - 1970
  • Unfinished Happiness - 1970
  • Tomboy - 1969
  • The Tramp - 1969
  • Fire on Snowy Mountain - 1969
  • To Make Henna - 1969
  • Berduş - 1969
  • Wire Mesh - 1969
  • Omercik with Ayşecik - 1969
  • Orphan - 1967
  • Have Been Cranberries - 1967
  • Pasha's Daughter - 1967
  • Washer Beauty - 1966
  • For the Sake of Vengeance - 1966
  • Always That Song - 1965
  • Stay Away Darling - 1965
  • Torpedo Yılmaz - 1965
  • The Man on the White Horse - 1965
  • Love and Revenge - 1965
  • My Love And Pride - 1965
  • From Lip to Heart - 1965
  • Farewell to Youth - 1965
  • Forbidden Paradise - 1965
  • Criminal Children - 1965
  • Life of Prophet Yusuf - 1965
  • Yesterday's Child - 1965
  • On the Right Path - 1965
  • Heartache - 1965
  • Gurbet Türküsü - 1965
  • Driver's Daughter - 1965
  • The Flower Girl - 1965
  • Istanbul Pavements - 1964
  • Istikbal - 1964
  • Pickpocket Girl - 1964
  • Fatality - 1963
  • Wind Zehra - 1963
  • Port Moss - 1963
  • Did You Never Love Me - 1963
  • Women Are Always the Same - 1963
  • Life Is Sometimes Sweet - 1962
  • The Little Lady's Destiny - 1962
  • The Little Lady's Driver - 1962
  • Rent Husband - 1962
  • Little Lady in Europe - 1962
  • Double Doves - 1962
  • Heartseeker - 1962
  • Hodri Meydan - 1962
  • Bus Passengers - 1961
  • When the Hour of Love Comes - 1961
  • Return to Love - 1961
  • The Cute Bandit - 1961
  • Remember, Darling - 1961
  • Either Him Or Me - 1961
  • Little Lady - 1961
  • Wild Cat - 1961
  • My son - 1961
  • Woman from the Street - 1961
  • Green Pavilion Lamp - 1960
  • Benli Emine - 1960
  • Pursuit of Death - 1960
  • Whoever Heart Loves - 1959
  • Longing for the Main - 1956
  • Old Eyes - 1955
  • Karacaoğlan - 1955
  • Orphan Puppies - 1955
  • White Hell - 1954
  • Son Pain - 1954
  • Honor of the Neighborhood - 1953
  • For my son - 1950
  • Koroglu - 1945
  • Slut - 1942
  • Beauty of the Coffee Shop - 1941
  • Doğan Sergeant - 1938


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