Who is Dilin Döğer? Biography, Age, and Works

 Television and cinema actress Dilin Döğer was born on February 22, 1995, in Diyarbakır. She grew up in a family of civil servants, spending half of her childhood in Diyarbakır and the other half in Mersin. As a child, she loved to sing and dance to entertain her family.

Dilin Döğer graduated from Hacettepe University with a degree in English Linguistics and received Turkish diction training from Özlem Ersönmez at Talent House Art Academy in Ankara.

The passion for acting was always at the back of her mind throughout her education, and in 2018, she decided to pursue her acting passion. Just a year later, she played the lead role in "Goodnight Soldier," directed by award-winning director Hiner Saleem. The film was selected to be shown "online" at the Cannes Festival in 2020. Saleem declined this opportunity, preferring to premiere the film at a live festival. "Goodnight Soldier" was released in 2022.

In 2021, Dilin played a significant supporting role as Afife in the series "Ex Aşkım" on Gain Media Digital Platform. In 2022, the young actress portrayed the character Zeynep in the series "O Kız," which aired on Kanal D. From 2023 to 2024, she played the character Süreyya in the series "Kudüs Fatihi Selahaddin Eyyubi" on TRT 1. Throughout her career, Dilin Döğer has also participated in various advertising projects and continues to take on new projects under Icon Talent management.

Dilin Döğer is an enthusiastic gouache painter, enjoys playing the ukulele, and loves attending classical concerts.

The actress, who speaks English and French, is 1.67 meters tall and a Pisces. The actress from Diyarbakır is known to be single. At the time of writing, her Instagram account has 54,100 followers.


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