Zeyno Günenç

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Zeyno Günenç
Born (1967-06-22) June 22, 1967 (age 50)
İzmit, Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Occupation Turkish actor
Years active 1988-present

Zeyno Günenç (born June 22, 1967, İzmit) is a theater, cinema and serialist.[1]

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Zeyno Günenç graduated from Mimar Sinan University State Conservatory Theater Department. He worked in Bursa State Theater for three years. He resigned from this institution and went to Vancouver. Süheyl Uygur and Behzat Uygur brothers traveled to Turkey for a three-year tour of the game titled "Three Slakers". Famous with the character "Aunt Dominant Gonul" in the series named Çocuklar Duymasın ("Children's Hearing"). He married Okan Bayülgen and worked in the Tiyatrokare community. It was alleged that some of the morning program at TRT broke down due to pressures.

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