|Born||in Ankara, Turkey|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Boran Kuzum (born 1 October 1992) is a Turkish actor. He graduated theater at Istanbul University State Conservatory in 2015. His father, Bora Kuzum was deputy manager of Ankara State Theatre. His mother, Fatma Zehra, graduated from Fine Arts.
Until his graduation, he has performed major roles of various genres for the theater of conservatory. At the same year, he played a protester named pharmacist Suat in 6 episodes of period drama Analar ve Anneler alongside Okan Yalabik and the Mad Sultan Mustafa I in 10 episodes of period drama Muhtesem Yüzyil: Kösem. The following year, he played a Greek lieutenant named Leon in the period drama Vatanim Sensin, has won Golden Butterfly Award for Best Series. He played a thief named Cüneyt in Cingöz Recai based on classic novel series of Peyami Safa for the third time, movie directed by Onur Ünlü. Although many important actors play in movie, the film wasn't liked by critics. He played "Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplev" by Anton Chekhov in play Marti (The Seagull) that Istanbul Theater Festival's opening play and has won TEB Award, Üstün Akmen Theatre Award for Best Play and nominated Afife Jale Award.
He joined "The Protector" first Turkish series of Netflix.
Boran Kuzum studied economy in Ankara Gazi University for one year. But he gave up to study economy.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: ahmetkozan