Haldun Dormen

Haldun Dormen

Haldun Dormen at The Bourgeois Gentleman as Monsieur Jourdain
Born (1928-04-05) 5 April 1928
Mersin, Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Education Theater
Alma mater Robert College, Yale University
Occupation Theater, movie and TV series actor, film director
Spouse(s) Betül Mardin
Children Ömer (son)
Relatives Ayşe Arman (daughter-in-law)
Awards Golden Orange Award for Best Screenplay (1966)

Haldun Dormen (born 5 April 1928 in Mersin, Turkey) is a famous Turkish theatre, movie and TV series actor and film director. Dormen is of Turkish Cypriot descent.[1][2]


He was born on 5 April 1928 in Mersin, Turkey. He moved to Istanbul with his family in his early childhood. He finished his secondary education at Galatasaray High School and high school education at Robert College in Istanbul. Then he went to the United States for a university degree and graduated from the theatre department at Yale University. Having finished his education he returned to Turkey and started his theatrical career at "Küçük Sahne" which was directed by Muhsin Ertuğrul.






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Preceded by
Vedat Türkali
Golden Orange Award
for Best Screenplay

for Bozuk Düzen
shared with Erol Keskin
Succeeded by
Erol Günaydın-Erol Keskin

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