Salih Bademci

Salih Bademci (born 15 August 1984) is a Turkish actor.

Salih Bademci
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Bademci in 2017
Born (1984-08-15) 15 August 1984 (age 37)
Years active1994–present
İmer Özgün
(m. 2015)

Bademci is a graduate of Bornova Anadolu Lisesi. After appearing in a minor role in 1994, he made his main debut with Serdar Akar's movie Barda and then appeared in his first role on television with the series Elveda Rumeli, which was another work by Serdar Akar.[2] In 2014, he was cast in Kanal D series Zeytin Tepesi as Akın, in the same year joined the cast of Ulan İstanbul, portraying the character of Ceyhun. In 2015, he was further noted by the audience with his role in Star TV series Kiralık Aşk, in which he played the character of Sinan Karakaya. He also had a leading role in İstanbullu Gelin, which was broadcast between 2017–2019.[3]



Year Title Role Notes
1994 Mıymıntılar Kralı Guest appearance
2006 Barda Cenk Supporting role
2014 Arkadaşlar Arasında Barış Leading role
Year Title Role Notes
2007–2009 Elveda Rumeli Muzaffer Supporting role
2010–2013 Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman ki Hakan Tatlı Supporting role
2013 Fatih Şehzade Bayezid Supporting role
2014 Zeytin Tepesi Akın Karatay Supporting role
2014 Ulan İstanbul Ceyhun Supporting role
2015–2017 Kiralık Aşk Sinan Karakaya Leading role
2017–2019 İstanbullu Gelin Fikret Boran Leading role
2020 Kırmızı Oda Mehmet Guest appearance
2021 İlk ve Son Barış Leading role
2021 Yalancı Mehmet Emir Leading role
2021–2022 Kulüp Selim Songür Leading role
2022– Süslü Korkuluk Dimitri Leading role


Year Award Category Result
2015 20th Sadri Alışık Theatre and Cinema Awards Selection Committee's Special Award (The Effect) Won
2016 2nd Turkey Youth Awards Best Supporting Actor Won


  1. ^ "Salih Bademci İmer Özgün evlendi". Hürriyet Kelebek. Retrieved: 2 September 2015
  2. ^ "Salih Bademci kimdir kaç yaşında?". Hürriyet. 16 December 2017. Retrieved 24 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Salih Bademci kimdir? Salih Bademci nereli ve kaç yaşında?". Sözcü. 14 November 2018. Retrieved 24 July 2020.

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