Turgay Yıldız

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Turgay Yıldız (3 March 1965 - 22 July 2021) was a Turkish theatre actor, director, comedian, playwright and politician.

Yıldız was born in Ankara. He graduated from Ankara University Faculty of Language and History-Geography Department of Theatre in 1987. He worked as playwright, actor and director at theatres. He hosted television programs at TRT, Flash TV, Avrasya TV with his friend Bahadır Tokmak.[1]

Yıldız was nominated by Democratic Left Party as candidate for Mayor of Çankaya, Ankara in 2009 local elections.[2]

He was attending EC English language school in Los Angeles, pursuing his career as a scriptwriter for Turkish drama and political satire.

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  1. "Ayın Kişisi: Bahadır Tokmak - Turgay Yıldız" (in Turkish). Hukukun Egemenliği Derneği. Archived from the original on 2005-02-17. Retrieved 2013-07-23.
  2. "DSP'nin Çankaya adayı Turgay Yıldız" (in Turkish). Cumhuriyet. 2009-01-29. Retrieved 2013-07-23.