|Born||June 26, 1982|
Life and careerEdit
Safer was born in London, to Cypriot parents. He started acting at the age of 7 in school plays and attended classes at the Sylvia Young Theatre School. Safer has appeared in various TV commercials for Pepsi and Korres, and The Red Cross, (Directed by Peter Webber). He has appeared in several TV episodes of BBC's Casualty and Doctors. His first main role was in the film "Culture Menace" which was a British independent movie before working on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in a role created especially for him. Other notable film credits include Sugarhouse alongside Andy Serkis and Ashley Walters and Shoot on Sight. In 2017, Safer appeared alongside Dylan O'Brien in CBS Films' thriller American Assassin.
At the Arcola Theatre, Safer performed in the controversial play 'Bintou' and then on 'Venezuela'. As well as the Arcola Theatre, Tolga Safer has also performed in plays such as "Prayer Room" at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. and appeared at The Royal National Theatre.
|2004||Get the Picture||Militia|
|2005||Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire||Karkaroff's Aide|
|2006||Doctors||Ahmet Gul||TV series (one episode: "Flying Feathers")|
|2007||Casualty||Wayne Pitt / Michael Canakis||TV series (two episode: "A Dangerous Initiative" and "Day One")|
|2008||Shoot on Sight||Aziz|
|2017||American Assassin||Kamil, Sharif's Assistant|
|2005||The Birmingham Rep||Prayer Room||Brother Kazi|
|2006||Royal National Theatre||Invisible Mountains||Taylan|
- Londra Gazete. "Tolga stars in terrorist thriller". Archived from the original on 2 October 2011. Retrieved 26 February 2010.
- HPANA. "Krum audition lands actor new role in 'Goblet'". Retrieved 26 February 2010.
- BBC. "Sugarhouse". Retrieved 26 February 2010.
- The Telegraph (24 August 2005). "A short, sharp shock of a play". The Daily Telegraph. London. Retrieved 26 February 2010.