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Çolpan Ilhan (1936–2014)

Çolpan Ilhan was born on August 8, 1936 in Izmir, Turkey. She was an actress, known for Sweet Life (2001), Dansöz (2001) and The Lonely Ones' Quay (1959). She was married to Sadri Alisik. She died on July 25, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey. See full bio »

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(age 77) in Istanbul, Turkey

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 2005 Yanik koza (TV Mini-Series)
Esmanur Çelebi
 2002 Green Light
 2001 Sweet Life (TV Series)
Feraye
 2001 Dansöz
Kobra
 2000 Agaçlar ayakta ölür (TV Movie)
 1997 Ilk ask (TV Series)
 1995 Sahte dünyalar (TV Mini-Series)
 1974 The Forbidden Love (TV Mini-Series)
Mlle. de Courton
 1969 Iki yetime
 1969 Sonbahar rüzgarlari
Kemal's insane wife
 1968 Cemile
 1968 Hicran gecesi
Sevda
 1967 Agir suç
 1967 Aksamci
 1967 Marko Pasa
 1967 Sinekli bakkal
Emine
 1967 Yikilan gurur
 1967 Zehirli hayat
 1967 Kaderin cilvesi
Ayse
 1966 El kizi
 1966 Sokak Kizi
 1966 Boyaci
 1966 Goodbye!
 1966 Idam mahkumu
 1966 Kenar mahalle
 1966 Namus kanla yazilir
Nevin
 1965 A Strange Man
 1965 Zennube
Necla
 1963 Barut fiçisi
 1963 Kâmil Abi
Gülizar
 1963 Temem bilakis
 1962 Stranger in the City (voice, uncredited)
 1961 Mustafa the Vagabond
Hülya
 1961 Sepetçioglu
 1959 Kalpaklilar
 1959 Seytan mayasi
 1959 The Emerald
Feride
 1959 The Lonely Ones' Quay
Kontes Güner
 1958 Asi evlat
 1957 The White Gold
Halime
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Sister of Attila Ilhan and mother of Kerem Alisik.

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Leo

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