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Vicky Xipolitakis surprised Ali from 'Doctor Milagro' with a request that he refused to fulfill

2021-09-20T20:24:18.019Z

Taner Ölmez, protagonist of Turkish fiction, in a note with 'Cortá por Lozano', opted for silence at a request from the media.



09/20/2021 4:24 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • Fame

Updated 09/20/2021 5:11 PM

The Turkish actor

Taner Ölmez

, who plays the doctor Ali Vefa in

Doctor Milagro

(Telefe, Monday to Friday at 9:30 p.m.) spoke for the first time with Argentine television in

Cortá por Lozano

, the cycle led by Verónica Lozano (Telefe, Monday to Friday at 2.30 pm).

From southern Turkey, in a coastal city on the Mediterranean Sea, Taner interrupted his vacation to thank the Argentine public for supporting fiction.

"I am delighted to meet them. I know

from social networks that they look at us a lot. I get all the news of the fanaticism of

Doctor Milagro

in Argentina,"

said the actor about

Mucize Doktor

in his original language.

Then, on the reasons why he accepted the project, he said: "It seemed to me a different script, not common. It made me happy that such a project is being made in my country, I couldn't stop doing it."

"I worked a lot individually and in groups with patients and doctors for many hours,"

added the actor about how he prepared to play Ali, the character of a surgeon with autism spectrum disorder and sage syndrome.

"Ali for me was a very special character and a very special job.

When I started I realized that he brought many difficulties. I had the difficulty of not being able to make a mistake, because otherwise many people would be aware of that," added Taner.

The talk, with a translator involved, was very fluid, but everything stopped when

Vicky Xipolitakis

, a member of the cycle, made

a request that the actor refused to comply with.

Taner Ölmez in dialogue with "Cortá por Lozano".

Capture TV.

After talking about his fanaticism for music ("I listen to everything that has feelings") and telling that he has a band, the media asked him to interpret one of his songs.

"Can you sing us a little bit?"

Vicky asked him.

But Taner, looking awkward, opted for silence.

"If you

do not want, no ,

" chimed Vero Lozano, not cut the good weather we had the talk.

And when he saw that the interpreter was still silent, he added:

"He doesn't want to ...".

Her origins in acting and her marriage


"I fell in love with acting at school.

I went with the class to see a play and decided that I wanted to be an actor.

And being famous is a consequence of being an actor. The important thing is to be close to people," Taner said about his origins on the performance.


Taner Ölmez and Ece Çesmioglu, when they got engaged in Bruges, Belgium in the summer of 2020.

And then he was consulted by the number of people who approached him to thank him for making visible and providing information about autism spectrum disorder: "Many stories passed me. It was incredible. For example, the day after its premiere a man stopped me and he said 'sorry, I have an autistic daughter and I can not believe see something on television. "

They spent many stories of this kind. that is

why

I will not forget more than this novel."

For his part, Taner, reserved from his private life, revealed some detail of his relationship with actress Ece Çesmioglu, whom he married last June.

"We have been together for a long time and we have wanted to get married for a long time. The pandemic stopped it, until it could," said the actor.

And he ended the interview by stating that he would like to get to know Argentina.

"I'm very curious, I want to go," he

promised.

DD

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Source: clarin

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