Şevket Çoruh (June 30, 1973, Istanbul), Turkish cinema and TV series actor. He has been known for his role as Mesut in the series Back Streets since 2006. He is the founder of Baba Sahne in Istanbul.
He was born in Istanbul in 1973. He is the only child of a family from Artvin who migrated to Istanbul from the Anaçlı village of Ardanuç at the end of the 93 War and settled in Muratlı village, which is now under the waters of Ömerli Dam. His mother is a tailor and his father is a minibus driver.
Completing his primary and secondary education at Taşmektep Primary School in Üsküdar, Çoruh lived in Maltepe from the age of 14 to the age of 24. He completed his high school education in Kartal Anatolian High School. After graduating from high school, he studied theater at Müjdat Gezen Art Center.
Since 1989, he has appeared in various theater plays. He announced his name with the character "Kokoreççi", which he played in an advertisement of an internet company. Staged in Broadway history records as the longest single game entered Caveman book (Cave Man) comedy was staged in Turkey
Since 2006, he has been playing in the series Back Streets. He was known for his role as Mesut in the series and for his acting in film series such as Eğreti Gelin, Usta and Construction and Dancing with the Jackals.
Çoruh, using its own financial savings, on April 3, 2017 KadıköyHe opened a theater called Baba Sahne. At the opening of the theater, Müjdat Gezen handed over the feast of İsmail Dümbüllü, who is considered to be the symbol of tulûat in Turkish theater and handed over by Ferhan Şensoy, to Çoruh. He was deemed worthy of the Best Actor Award in the Comedy / Musical category at the Theater Magazine Labor and Success Awards 2017, together with his co-star Murat Akkoyunlu for his "A Baba Hamlet" Hamlet adaptation staged at Baba Sahne in 2018; He received the Haldun Dormen Special Award at the 22nd Afife Jale Awards.
Actor Rasim Öztekin announced on 27 August 2020 that he will hand over Dümbüllü's turtle, representing the middle game, to Çoruh, with a special handover ceremony held at the Harbiye Cemil Topuzlu Open Air Theater on September 20, 2020. a handed over.
In 1993, she married actress Günay Karacaoğlu. She left in 2003 and married Özge Turna in 2017. Gülenay from his first marriage and Turna from his second marriage have a daughter.
|2003||Cinema Writers Association||The best actor||Construction|
|2004||11. ÇASOD "Best Player" Awards||The best actor||Construction|
|2004||23rd International Istanbul Film Festival||The best actor||Construction|