📩 28/10/2022 11:45
In the statement made about the health status of actor Necati Şaşmaz, who was allegedly taken to intensive care, it was stated that he had an operation to open a vein and was discharged.
It was claimed that actor Necati Şaşmaz, who is known for his 'Polat Alemdar' character in 'Kurtlar Vadisi', was hospitalized after he fell ill and then had angio.
A statement was made from the close circle of Şaşmaz, who was claimed to have had an angioplasty operation that lasted for three hours and was treated in the intensive care unit.
According to the news of Habertürk; During the routine controls, it was announced that Şaşmaz had a small-scale vascular opening operation and that he returned to his office after the operation and continued to work.
Who is Necati Şaşmaz?
Muhammed Necati Şaşmaz (born 15 December 1971, Elazığ) is a Turkish actor, screenwriter, producer and businessman. He was known for his character Polat Alemdar, which he portrayed in the Kurtlar Vadisi series.
Şaşmaz, who is of Zaza descent, is the son of Abdulkadir - Sahil Şaşmaz couple. He has two siblings named Raci Şaşmaz and Zübeyr Şaşmaz.
Şaşmaz, whose main profession is tourism, completed his primary and secondary education. After failing to pass the university entrance exam, he first went to Canada and then to the USA. Şaşmaz, who stayed in the USA for 6 years, received the green card that provides work and residence permits. He did his military service in Kütahya for 1999 days after the 28 Gölcük Earthquake. While he was visiting his family for a while in 2001 and for a vacation, he bought his flight ticket to September 11, 2001 to return. Şaşmaz, who returned before his plane could reach the United States due to the attacks in the United States, later gave up returning to the United States upon the reservations and insistence of his family. Necati Şaşmaz, who went to Ukraine for a while, later returned to Turkey.
Deciding to continue his life in Turkey, Necati Şaşmaz opened an insurance agency in Ankara. Before long, he had a job interview with Osman Sinav through his brother Raci Şaşmaz. He went to meet with the expectation that he would be offered to take part in the script team of a production. Osman Sinav's "We are thinking of a TV series, I think you are in the lead role." Şaşmaz, who said that he wanted to think about his words, accepted the offer a month later.
This is how Necati Şaşmaz started the Kurtlar Vadisi project, which he said changed his life completely; He said that his private life is gone, “They only call me by my name in Ankara, everyone calls me Polat in Istanbul.” expressed in his words.
In 2009, he founded a news site called Yazete.
The government, seeking a solution for the Gezi Park incidents, accepted a delegation including artists; Şaşmaz also took part in this delegation together with names such as Hasan Kaçan and Hülya Avşar. The press statement he made after the meeting was found to be meaningless and drew the reaction of some segments on Twitter.
Şaşmaz had a traffic accident on November 2, 2014, as a result of the vehicle he drove out of control during the shooting of the TV series. He was found to have a fracture in his jaw and was operated on.
He married Claire B. in 2001 in the USA, where he went for business, and divorced the same year. He was with Yasemin Öztürk between 2004-2008. Later, Necati Şaşmaz, who started dating Nur Fettahoğlu in 2010, broke up with Nur Fettahoğlu in 2012 and married Nagehan Kaşıkçı, the niece of Ömer Lütfi Mete, on 12 December 2012, shortly after the separation. He had two sons, Ali Nadir and Yusuf Emir, from this marriage. In 2019, the parties filed for a contested divorce.
In October 2020, his wife, Nagehan Kaşıkçı, filed a lawsuit against Necati Şaşmaz for 12 years in prison on the grounds that he obtained evidence illegally. On the same grounds, his father-in-law, Ahmet Kaşıkçı, filed a lawsuit against Şaşmaz. However, Şaşmaz was acquitted. In 2021, the divorce case was concluded.