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Nesrin Cavadzade was born in Baku. At the age of 11 she moved to Istanbul with her family. She graduated from Marmara University, Cinema and TV department. While in university she directed five short films. She later took a break from her behind-the-camera work to focus entirely on acting. With her first leading role in feature film called "Dilber's Eight Days" she was awarded as Best Actress for several times. With one of her latest films "The Lamb" she won her second Golden Orange award last year. Most recently, Cavadzade, played a part in a well known American TV thriller called "Legends".
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Nesrin Javadzadeh (Turkish: Nesrin Cavadzade; born 30 July 1982) is a Turkish actress of Azerbaijani Turks origin.
Nesrin Javadzadeh was born in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR (now Azerbaijan). She moved to Istanbul with her mother at the age of 11.
Nesrin attended Özel Bilgi Lisesi in Sisli for secondary school education and enrolled in the drama club, after secondary school, she attended Sisli Terakki Lisesi where she became a part of the drama club, while studying there she made five short films, which were screened at local and international festivals, including Berlinale Talent Campus, and received various prizes.
After graduating from Sisli Terakki Lisesi, she enrolled in Marmara University, Fine Arts Faculty, Cinema and TV department. She made her television debut in Yersiz yurtsuz (2007) and then appeared in the TV series Samanyolu (2009), Al Yazmalim (2011), Agir roman yeni dünya (2012), Görüs Günü Kadinlari, and in Küçük Aga (2014).
She was awarded the International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Güzel Günler Görecegiz (2012) in 2011 and Best Actress in Kuzu (2014) in 2014.
Nesrin Javadzadeh also took acting lessons at Sahika Tekand Studio Oyunculari for 2 years. Nesrin Javadzadeh knows Turkish, Russia, English and French.
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