How to become a celebrity backup dancer
Music Industry Career Roles - Berklee Online
What is Berklee Online?
Berklee Online is the online school of Berklee College of Music, delivering access to Berklee’s acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world. We are the world’s largest online music school—30,000+ musicians from more than 140 countries have taken our courses—but classes cap at just 20 students per section.
What does Berklee Online offer?
We offer award-winning online courses, multi-course certificate programs, a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Master of Music degree, and a Master of Arts degree.
Who is Berklee Online designed for?
Our programs provide lifelong learning opportunities to people interested in music and working in the music industry. The courses range from beginner to advanced graduate level.
What kind of subjects are taught?
Berklee Online offers more than 200 courses in every musical interest area: Everything from instruction on specific instruments (guitar, piano, bass, drums, voice) to music production software (Ableton, Pro Tools, Logic, and more) to larger concepts in music business, songwriting, theory, and composing for film, TV, and games
Do online students receive the benefits of an on-campus Berklee education?
Absolutely! Just like the students studying on Berklee’s Boston campus, Berklee Online students receive instruction from the same world-renowned faculty, with the added benefit of having music industry professionals from around the world teaching as well. You’ll also receive guidance from Berklee-trained Academic Advisors, and have the opportunity to walk at the Commencement ceremony in Boston with your cohort of graduates who studied online and in-person.
What is the process to apply for/enroll in a Berklee Online program or course?
Certificate programs and online courses are offered on an open enrollment basis. Simply complete the online enrollment form and provide payment prior to the course start date and you’re ready to go! Degree programs require an application and supporting documentation. See the Admission Requirements for more details.
Will I receive a Berklee ID and/or email address?
Berklee Online degree students are eligible to request a Berklee ID. Upon acceptance into the program, degree students are also given a berklee.edu email address.
Can I take non-credit courses in a certificate?
All courses in a certificate program must be taken for credit.
Can I waive some for-credit courses into a certificate?
Students must enroll in a certificate by paying the $175 certificate registration fee prior to completing the final course in the program. All for-credit courses that have been awarded a passing grade and that align with a certificate program may transfer into that program.
Can I upgrade from a lower-level certificate to a higher-level certificate?
Yes! Berklee Online offers two certificate options:
- CHANGE CERTIFICATE: When a student wants to change their lower-level certificate to a higher-level certificate (or vice versa) prior to the completion of the program. There are no additional fees for this option other than the cost of additional courses, and you will only earn one certificate upon completion.
- STARTING A NEW CERTIFICATE: When a student wants to earn more than one certificate by having the courses from their lower-level certificate waived into a higher-level certificate. In this case, an additional $175 registration fee is required.
Who teaches Berklee Online courses?
Berklee faculty and seasoned professionals teach our courses. Our instructors are recognized experts in their respective fields—they’ve produced and engineered hundreds of artists and numerous award-winning projects, and several of their students have gone on to earn GRAMMY Award nominations.
Am I eligible for financial aid?
Financial assistance is available for Berklee Online degree programs. This assistance may come from a variety of sources including federal awards, outside scholarships, and private loans.
Federal financial aid is not available for non-degree programs. Non-degree students typically finance their costs out-of-pocket or with a private loan. Review our payment options.
What happens if I turn in my graduation application late? Do I still need to apply by December 1 even if I don’t want to walk in the Commencement ceremony?
Because we must coordinate with the Boston campus for Commencement, it is essential that students planning to walk in the ceremony submit their graduation application by 12:00 midnight ET on December 1. If you submit your application late, you will need to wait until the following year to walk.
We ask all students planning to graduate within the current academic year to apply for graduation by December 1, regardless of their plans to participate in Commencement. Late application for students who do not wish to walk will result in processing delays for your academic record and diploma, and your name may not be listed in the ceremony program.
What’s the difference between graduating and walking in Commencement?
Great question! Walking in Commencement and graduating are two separate things.
You can walk in Commencement when you are nine (9) credits or less away from completing your degree requirements by the end of the spring term. Please note: Berklee Online degree students are not required to walk in Commencement in Boston.
You graduate when you have met all of the following criteria:
- Attained at least a 2.70 cumulative GPA in concentrate courses
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2. 00
- Fulfilled all program requirements AND completed a minimum of 120 credits for a single major or 165 for a dual major
- Completed a minimum of 60 institutional credits for a single major or 105 institutional credits for a dual major
- Fulfilled all financial obligations to the college
Note Walking across the stage in Commencementdoes not
mean that you have graduated. You will not officially graduate and receive your diploma until you meet all of the eligibility requirements.
I just finished my last term at Berklee Online! What happens next? Is there anything I need to do?
Congratulations on finishing! If you have already filled out a graduation application, you will want to double-check the "Graduation Checklist" to ensure you have taken care of all of the various items associated with graduating. If you have not filled out a graduation application, you will need to do that as soon as possible. You will not be able to graduate until we have received and processed your graduation application.
When will I get my diploma?
You will receive your diploma within 6-8 weeks of completing your degree requirements. Please keep in mind that instructors have up to two (2) weeks to submit final grades after the term concludes.
Diplomas are mailed to the address you include on your graduation application. If your mailing address changes after you have submitted your graduation application, be sure to update us at [email protected].
Keep in mind that if you are walking in Commencement, you will not receive your official diploma at the ceremony.
Can I find out how many transfer credits I am eligible for before I apply to the degree program?
If you are interested in applying to the Bachelor of Arts degree program and would like an estimate of the amount of transfer credit you would receive, you can request an unofficial transfer evaluation by emailing a copy of your transcript(s) to the Berklee Online Transfer Team at [email protected]. berklee.edu. Be sure to include your name, major of interest, and any additional questions you may have. You can expect to receive your assessment within 7-10 business days.
I didn’t receive credit on my Official Evaluation for all of the courses that I thought I would. What should I do?
The earlier you contact us with questions or concerns regarding your evaluation, the easier it will be for us to address any issues. Therefore, it is very important when you first receive your official transfer evaluation that you review the information carefully.
If you notice a remaining requirement that you believe you’ve already fulfilled, first consult our document on Common Reasons Credit Does Not Transfer. It’s possible that the course you are thinking of didn’t meet our eligibility requirements.
If none of those exclusions apply, please fill out a Transfer Credit Equivalency Re-evaluation form for the courses you wish to have reconsidered.
Sometimes, we are not able to locate specific information for a course online and we are not able to determine an equivalency, but we are always happy to review additional material which will help us make that determination.
Do my Berklee Online, Berklee campus, or Prior Learning Credit coursework count towards the 60 transfer credit limit?
No, credits completed at Berklee or through the prior learning process do not count towards the 60 transfer credit limit. This maximum is for credit-bearing exams and undergraduate-level coursework completed externally.
What is a credit deficiency and why do I need to make up credit?
Credit deficiencies are caused by transferring a course that is less than three (3) credits to fulfill a three (3) credit Berklee Online requirement. Students with a credit deficiency will be short of the minimum number of credits required to graduate once they have completed their program requirements. In order to be eligible to graduate, you will need to make up the credits you are deficient in.
While the Transfer Team does their best to avoid giving students credit deficiencies, it is not always possible. You can make up the credits you are deficient in by completing additional Berklee Online coursework, by applying for prior learning credit, or by completing additional external coursework in the area in which you are deficient.
Note all external courses will first need to be approved by the Transfer Team.
Can transfer credit fulfill prerequisites?
It depends. Generally, transfer credit cannot be used to fulfill prerequisites unless we determine that the course you completed is a direct equivalent to one of the courses we offer at Berklee Online. Keep in mind that there are some courses which require you to pass a placement exam. For these you will need to achieve a passing grade on the test to fulfill the prerequisite, otherwise you will need to complete the appropriate Berklee Online course.
Can I transfer credits to Berklee Online after I have started the degree program?
Yes, you can. To determine if the coursework you already completed or are considering taking is eligible to fulfill your remaining degree requirements, contact the Transfer Team at [email protected].
I am a Berklee campus student. Can I transfer courses from Berklee Online to my campus-based program?
View a list of transferable courses to Berklee’s campus programs.
For additional questions about transferring courses from Berklee Online to Berklee's campus programs please contact the campus transcript evaluator at [email protected].
Are Berklee Online courses transferable to other institutions?
Berklee Online is regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), the same association that accredits our main campus and other leading academic institutions such as Harvard University and MIT. Our courses are transferable to other institutions, but it's up to the receiving institution to decide the number and types of courses that may transfer. We recommend getting a course pre-approved by an institution before enrolling.
How do Berklee Online’s costs compare to other education options?
Berklee Online’s programs have a tuition cost that is approximately 64 percent less than on-campus tuition at Berklee’s Boston campus. Moreover, a recent study revealed that the average annual tuition at for-profit colleges is more than twice as expensive as Berklee Online. Even average annual tuition at other accredited non-profit online universities is roughly $11,000 more expensive than tuition for a year with Berklee Online!
How much does a certificate program cost?
There is a one time $175 registration fee per certificate program. Students may either pay per course term (at the $1,515 per credit course cost) or pay in full to receive a 10 percent discount. The registration fee and all courses for the term you wish to begin in must be paid in full in order to begin.
How much does an online Bachelor’s degree cost?
Online undergraduate degree tuition is $59,160 for 120 credits for all majors except the guitar major. Tuition for the guitar major is $63,660. Students taking 10 courses per year can complete the degree in four years at a cost of $14,790 per year. (Note: Tuition and fees are subject to change.)
How much does an online master's degree cost?
Online graduate degree tuition is $33,120 for 36 credits. The Master of Music in Music Production and Master of Arts in Music Business programs are designed to be completed in one year of study. Both programs are comprised of 12 three-credit courses that can be taken during four 12-week semesters.
What is included in the cost of a course?
The cost for an individual course includes the tuition fee. The cost of required books, hardware or software must be purchased separately, unless it is stated that these costs are included with your enrollment. Some courses may include additional fees for files or content.
How Do You Even Become A Backup Dancer?
Mark and Donald Romain are twin backup dancers from Los Angeles who have worked with artists like Britney Spears, Ke$ha, and Katy Perry, just to name a few. They talked with BuzzFeed about how to break into the field, what NOT to do on set, and dancing with the stars.
How many years of training or schooling did you do before breaking into the professional world? What's the typical amount of preparation for backup dancers before they start out with their careers?
MR: Everybody's path to breaking into the professional world of entertainment is different. I personally have no training. I learned on dance teams in college and on the job. You have to work your craft. Like going to the gym to maintain your strength, you have to work out your creative muscles and skills regularly. I see kids barely up to my knees that are training like beasts and adults who have had no formal training move to L.A. to work, so it varies. Although I had no formal training, I had performed on stage many times with my team. There is a big difference between doing well in dance class and being able to perform on a stage; it's important to get performance experience. If you start late, that's okay, but train, train, train.
DR: I had been dancing for about four and a half years when I signed with my first agency. The typical amount of time of preparation that it takes to prepare to be a backup dance varies with each dancer. Some people train their whole lives, but there are also dancers who move here in their early twenties to pursue it. Once you get signed, it's still an uphill battle to book your first job and get noticed.
What is the audition process like?
DR: There are two different types of auditions — open calls and private. I've been to open calls where you are auditioning against 300 other guys for just a few spots; they can last multiple days with each reaching 8-10 hours. When calls are that big, they usually don't even take your resume or headshot until after the first cut. The choreographer or his/her assistant will break you into groups. Once in your group, you say your name, your agency, your height, and then you dance. Most times you do the routine twice with a freestyle at the end of the second time and they make cuts from there until they decide who they want.
For private calls, the amount of dancers is much smaller. These auditions are usually no more than a few hours. It's hard when you're first starting out; you don't get invited to private calls because people don't know who you are. When I first got to L.A. and started auditioning, it was a very intimidating process. It's been a couple years now, though, and so going to auditions is fun because, at this point, I see the same guys at the auditions. Auditions are very competitive; there are a lot of amazing dancers here in L.A. When it comes to the energy between everyone, it doesn't feel competitive, though. Everyone is very supportive of each other, and when a dancer kills at an audition, everyone cheers.
MR: Not all jobs come from auditions, though! This is why it's important to establish relationships with other dancers and choreographers, to take classes, to have good relationships with your agent, and for people to know who you are. A lot of jobs come from direct bookings or referrals. People can smell a networker a mile away though so the best thing is to do your job, do it well, and make friends.
When do you feel you first really broke into the business?
DR: The first job we booked a job for a major artist, it was for Katy Perry at the American Music Awards. I remember walking into the warehouse for rehearsal and seeing the stairs set up and mirrors placed at the front of the space and it looked just like MTV Making the Video to me. I grew up watching that show and watching behind the scenes footage of Janet and her dancers rehearsing in a similar space and I just couldn't believe I was getting to experience this. When the music started at the show and I was prepped ready to go I had a nauseous feeling in my stomach from excitement and I knew that dancing was a career I wanted.
MR: I remember thinking, I'm actually getting to be a backup dancer. After that I was doing a hand double job on a Rihanna commercial and literally, that was it. We spent 10 hours on set, got suited up in tuxes and then just used our hands, but I felt so grateful that I was making money on a professional set. That in itself is a huge blessing in this industry.
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Performing in the video for "Till The World Ends."
What advice would you give to dancers looking to break into the industry?
DR: The more you can do, the more you can be used for jobs. Also, maintain a great relationship with your agency. Who knows better what choreographers are looking for and booking than your agent? Listen to what they have to say and be proactive about helping them help you. Stay in the gym and in great shape, have great head shots, take classes and meet people and, most importantly, have a great attitude. The hours in the industry are long and the work is hard, no one wants to work with someone who is difficult and doesn't contribute to a positive working environment.
MR:There are some dancers that show up in L.A. and book consistently right away. That's not how it happened for me, you have to be persistent and be willing to grow and learn once you get here. Be willing to do things just to meet people and get yourself out there at first. A great way to get the agent you want besides auditioning is to book a great job and go to that agency and say "Hey, I'm booked on this great job and I'm really interested in being represented by you". But remember, a "great" agency may not be the best for you. Do your research.
What's the most memorable tour or performance you've been a part of?
DR: Being able to perform with Britney Spears. When I was younger, my cousin would play her during our little shows for our family, and Mark and I would be her backup dancers. I saw Britney open for *NSYNC when she had just come out. After that show, I came home and told my grandma that there was a singer who opened the show that I wanted to dance for. As a part of the generation that grew up on her music and such a huge fan, I was overwhelmed by the opportunity to support her on stage. I don't think any experience can compare to dancing on stage and looking to your right and performing next to you is your favorite artist. The second moment that meant a lot to me was doing MTV New Year's Eve with Ke$ha. My senior year of high school, my family took a trip to New York with my best friend. Me, my brother, and my best friend traveled two hours in to Times Square to be on TRL and we actually made it on the show. A couple days later, we came back with my mom for New Year's Eve. Doing New Year's Eve with Ke$ha, we performed in the same studio TRL was taped in, and our dressing room overlooked Times Square and where we stood seven years earlier with my mom. Both were very surreal experiences.
MR: The "Till The World Ends" music video with Britney Spears. I grew up dreaming of being in a major dance music video, and being a part of that was such an incredible experience. I remember seeing the world premiere of "...Baby One More Time" with Donald and following every music video and performance of hers after that. My most recent performance with Ke$ha at a college was also just pure fun. She is a blast to be with onstage.
What are the most rewarding parts of being dancers? And what are your biggest struggles?
MR: One of the most rewarding parts is when you're onstage and you're free. There's no thinking — you just enjoy expressing yourself with your body, and there are exhilarating moments when you connect with people specifically in the audience. The other most rewarding part is taking my family to experience things they don't normally get to. I live backstage, but they don't. To be able to see them see those things gives me a lot of joy. The biggest struggle is trusting is not taking the decisions that the "powers that be" make personally. As Erykah Badu says, you're sensitive about your shit. You have to trust yourself and keep moving on. You have to have a sense of humor.
DR: The most rewarding part of being a dancer is having the opportunity to express yourself through art as your work. There is no feeling that can compare to being on stage and dancing your heart out. There is a lot of rejection and a lot of disappointment. You have to really believe in yourself and be willing to make sacrifices. You sacrifice a lot of your social life and relationships when you dance. Every job I've had I've found out about probably with no more than 48 hours' notice. You always have to be available and it's very hard for friends and family to understand that. While it is rewarding to be able to do something I'm passionate about as a career, at times, it can feel like work. Being around the entertainment industry, it is easy to lose sight of why you've decided to pursue this career in the first place. You have to remember that you are dancing for the love of it, not for the resumé.
How much access to the artists you work with do you have outside of practices? Do you become friendly?
DR: It really depends on the artist. I've worked with artists who I only saw for a little bit during rehearsals and right before we went on stage, but others are extremely friendly and like to hang out during rehearsals with us, go out dancing, and really relate to the people around them as being on the same level. Working with these artists are always the most fun and memorable because you get to see and interact with them in a way most people don't.
What is the biggest faux pas a dancer can make when dealing with a very famous artist?
MR: I would say taking pictures and sharing them during the rehearsal processes, especially early on. The rehearsal space is a sacred place and everybody is learning. What the public sees is a finished and polished product, and the artist shouldn't be worried that you're going to compromise that.
What are your long-term career aspirations as dancers?
DR: I would love to see as much of the world as possible. Artists that I aspire to work with are Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé.
MR: I'd love to go on a world tour, shoot a holiday commercial, or be on any TV show that I watch avidly. I'd love to be onstage with Beyoncé and do the VMAs. All of these goals really are just part of the biggest goal of mine, which is just to continue to grow as an artist and get more work that helps me to do that. I've been studying acting and other creative endeavors, so in 10 years, I could be doing absolutely anything. That's the best thing about the industry — it can legitimately take you anywhere if you keep yourself open to opportunities outside of whatever plans you've made.
How to become a star: malka_lorenz — LiveJournal?
Wait a minute, my daughter said and fiddled with her iPhone. A minute later, she silently showed me a photo of the most luxurious house in Stockholm. She took this photo herself, walked around the perimeter of this house, looking into all the windows. This house belongs to the ABBA group. Once upon a time, young and unknown, doomed to dance and warm up, they took and won the Eurovision Song Contest, then everything is known. You can succeed without drilling other people's teeth, my child said.
Possible, but difficult. Winning the competition is the only chance for a musician to be noticed. The only chance to become famous. This is the only thing you can do to make your art start to feed you (I'm all about mine, yes). The problem is that there are few competitions, there is no sense in small-town competitions, you can’t get through to big ones, and even there there are more intrigues than competitions. And if you are from the periphery, you are not a member of the party and you are not married to anyone, you have nothing to hope for.
But since every fast-moving career is based not only on enthusiasm, but also on a miracle, then miracles are bound to happen from time to time. In this case, the unexpected prominence of preparation for the Olympics served as a miracle. A national competition of creative teams has been announced, until August 28 anyone can send an application with a recording of the performance, no matter in what taiga they live. The winners will perform at Olympic events and will never go hungry again, then they will be invited somewhere else, they will be shown on TV again - and then you just need not to yawn, you are already in the cage. You can vote for the participants right there, and also only until August 28.
I would not neglect. This is the rarest chance for the participants to break into the stars, and for the voters - six months later, finally hear something decent on the radio.
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Real professions of popular Turkish actors
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Did you know who Halit Ergenc, Burak Ozcivit and Demet Ozdemir were before they became popular and famous actors?
Thanks to Turkish TV series, we have a source of acquaintance with the Turkish mentality, traditions and culture of the Turks, the way of life and language around them - perhaps this is one of the opportunities to get to know the country closer, where every year we go in crowds to sunbathe on the beaches and relax oligclusive. In addition to educational moments, the series, of course, have an entertaining mission as a priority, which would not be so successful if it were not for the beautiful charismatic actors who made millions of viewers fall in love with themselves.
However, few people know that we might not see many of our favorite actors on the screens just because their professions are completely opposite to acting. A case or a desire for a radical change in activity prompted many to try their hand at acting - and not without success, because now we have beloved artists whose projects we are looking forward to.
Halit Ergench Photo: still from the TV series "The Magnificent Age"
The main sultan of all times and peoples - Halit Ergench - the actor who brought Sultan Suleiman to life in the TV series "The Magnificent Age", before becoming a popular and beloved actor , worked as an operator, marketer and even was a backup dancer for the singer Pekan. And at the very beginning, he generally chose the profession of a sailor, studying shipbuilding and navigation. However, the romance of long-distance voyages dissipated after a lot of technical disciplines that had to be mastered by the subtle creative nature of Khalit. Having changed his mind in time, Ergench enters the conservatory and radically changes his former profession to acting.
Barysh Arduch Photo: still from the TV series The Raven
The handsome actor, familiar to us from the TV series Love for Rent , The Raven, Cukur, actually received an excellent education and speaks several languages. He studied at the Erciyes University at the Faculty of Sports and was actively involved in sports. Due to his good physical shape, before becoming an actor, Baris worked as a lifeguard. According to the actor himself, he saved about a thousand people.
Can YamanPhoto: still from the series "Early Bird"
The actor impressed us with his image of a brutal handsome photographer in the series "Early Bird". However, who would have thought that before the acting profession, Yaman worked as a lawyer, and attended acting classes for fun. But one day his friends, seeing him on the stage, began to advise Can to change his profession and leave the courtroom forever. The actor, as we see, heeded the advice and, to our delight, changed his profession to acting.
Demet ÖzdemirPhoto: still from the TV series "The Early Bird"
The actress, who easily copes with both comedic and dramatic roles, was not at all going to be an artist at the very beginning of her career. The girl from childhood was fond of dancing and in high school she was already seriously engaged in choreography. In parallel, Demet attended a theater studio, but dreamed of a career as a dancer. The girl actively attended auditions, participated in numerous filming of clips and commercials that made Demet recognizable. A lively and active girl with huge brown eyes was noticed and invited to try herself in the cinema. Lessons in a theater studio and the ability to move beautifully played Demet Ozdemir into her hands, and she began to actively act in films and TV shows, each time honing her acting talent.
Kıvanç TatlıtuğPhoto: still from TV series “Kurt Seit and Alexandra”
Star of TV series “Kurt Seit and Alexandra” , “Forbidden Love” and “ Kuzey Güney” — possesses remarkable acting talent, however when then he did not think at all about connecting his life with the profession of an actor. Due to his high growth and athletic build, Kıvanc started playing basketball at school and was very successful. At the very beginning, he played for the Fenerbahce basketball club, and then for the legendary Besiktas. However, Tatlıtugu had to leave his sports career due to a knee injury. Forced to give up sports, the future actor tries himself as a model, but is not going to linger on the catwalks for a long time and begins studying acting classes, thanks to which a star of Turkish cinema is born.
Elchin SanguPhoto: still from the TV series "Love for Rent"
Red-haired beast with Circassian roots, who conquered us in the TV series "Love for Rent" , "Kurt Seyit and Alexandra", "Collision" creative professions. After leaving school, Elchin did not choose the acting path, but became an opera singer after graduating from the conservatory, but quickly realized that this profession was not for her. Then the future actress graduated from Yeditepe University, becoming a specialist in the field of fine arts, but at the same time not forgetting to attend acting classes. The first attempts to pass the casting and get the role for Elchin were not successful, but very soon they noticed her and appreciated her talent.
Çağlar ErtuğrulPhoto: a still from the series “Love for Show”
Like many of his colleagues, he entered the profession of an actor, realizing that the path he had previously chosen did not coincide with his creative nature. As expected after graduation, the young man faced the choice of a future profession, and he, like his father, decided to become an engineer. The choice fell on the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering for the specialty of a mechanical engineer at the University of Koch. However, the very first internship makes it clear to Chaglar that he made a mistake in the profession - and the young man enrolls in a theater club at the same university. Participating in theatrical productions, Ertugrul starred in commercials, and then he was noticed and offered a role in his first film "Mountain" which is becoming incredibly successful in Turkey. The actor's career is in its prime, but he has already managed to play leading roles in such successful series as "Mrs. Fazilet and her daughters" , "Tide" , "Love for Show" .
Burak ÖzçivitPhoto: a still from the TV series "Singing Bird"
One of the most beautiful and highly paid actors in Turkey did not start acting immediately. Who would have thought that the star of the series "Magnificent Century", "Korolek - a songbird" , "Foundation: Osman" - was a photographer, and another of the most sought-after models in Turkey. After graduating from the Marmara University at the Faculty of Cinema, Fine Arts and Photography, the future actor, in parallel with his studies, worked as a model. And he was very successful in this field, having won the titles of "Best Model of Turkey" and "Best Model of the World." Participation and victory in competitions made Ozchivit recognizable, and he was able to attract the attention of directors, getting the first long-awaited roles. Now we know Burak Ozcivit as one of the most successful and recognizable actors not only in Turkey, but also in the world.
Fahriye EvgenPhoto: still from the TV series “The Songbird”
The actress is not only beautiful, but also smart. Before becoming a popular actress, the girl lived and studied in Germany at the Heinrich Heine University of Dusseldorf as a sociologist. On one of her visits to Istanbul, during the holidays, the girl was noticed and offered a small role in the series. This role became fateful for Evgen, because the project was a great success in Turkey and the aspiring actress was bombarded with new offers. And then in the career of the actress there were high-profile and very successful roles in the series "Falling leaves" , "Kurt Seit and Alexandra" , "Korolok singing bird" . The role in the TV series "The Singing Bird Wren", which was filmed based on the novel of the same name by Reshad Nuri Gyuntekin, became not only a star for Fahriye, but also helped to meet love. Burak Ozchivit, who played the role of Fahriye's on-screen lover, became him in life. The couple got married, and not so long ago they had a son, who was named Karan.
Aras Bulut İynemliPhoto: frame from the series "Cukur"
The image of the militant and brave shehzade Bayazid in the TV series "The Magnificent Century" was a success for the young actor. His partners in the series were such famous actors as Halit Ergench, Meryem Uzerli, Nebahat Chekhre, Burak Ozchivit. However, at the very beginning of his journey, the young man was not going to become an actor at all, despite the fact that his brother and cousin starred in a number of popular TV shows and the topic of acting was quite relevant.