The 31st death anniversary of Agah Hün, the famous Turkish actor and voice actor, was marked in Istanbul.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute; the 31st death anniversary of Agah Hün, the famous Turkish theater and film actor, voice actor, director and screenwriter who voiced over Anthony Quinn in "The Message", was marked.
Agah Hün was born in Istanbul on January 12, 1918. He studied primary, secondary and high school in Istanbul. He graduated from Ankara State Conservatory in 1942. In 1947, he performed julius caesar at the State Theatres. In 1951, he moved to the Small Stage and worked at the Chamber Theatre, Small Opera and Istanbul City Theatres. She has appeared in more than 100 plays, many of them starring, and performed 30 plays.
In 1953, he starred in The Carpet Girl, directed by Muhsin Ertuğrul,which was released as the first color Turkish film. In 1955, he directed his first film. In 1974, he starred alongside Canan Perver, Cihan Ünaland Meral Taygun in The Devil, directed by Metin Erksan,produced by Hulki Sanerfrom William Friedkin's " TheExorcist".
In 1955, he won the Turkish Film Friends Association's Most Successful Film of the Year and Most Successful Director awards for his film You I Love.
He also performed many actors as voice actors. Anthony Quinn voiceover in The Call has been one of his most memorable works.