The Stump of Turkish Cinema Necmi: Halit Akçatepe
The smiling face of Yeşilçam, the Stump Necmi of the "Hababam Class", the Ramadan of the "Milk Brothers", Halit Akçatepe, is commemorated on the 4th anniversary of his death.
The smiling face of Yeşilçam, the Stump Necmi of the "Hababam Class", the Ramadan of the "Milk Brothers", Halit Akçatepe, is commemorated on the 4th anniversary of his death. Halit Akçatepe was born on January 1, 1938 in Üsküdar as the son of Sıtkı and Leman Akçatepe. Akçatepe, who started acting at the age of 5 with the movie "Nasreddin Hodja at the Wedding", was only seven years old when he entered the Istanbul City Theaters Children's Department. After graduating from Yeşilköy Pansiyonlu Primary School and Refik Halit Karay School, the famous actor graduated from Saint Benoit French High School for the first time in high school and appeared on the Green Stage as an amateur. In addition to acting in the theater, Akçatepe, who attended the Faculty of Literature and Faculty of Law, but left the school for theater, first appeared professionally in 1960 with the play "Flood". In addition to the roles in 43 plays in 16 different theaters, Akçatepe began to act as an extra in films, played character roles in emotional comedies, and also appeared in many movies and commercials. Achieving fame in 1960 with the movie "Ah Nerede Vah Nerede", the actor found a place in the memories with films such as "Three Friends", "Sev Kardeşim", "From the Village to the City" and "Blue Bead". Halit Akçatepe, who portrayed the character of "Güdük Necmi" in the 1975 Ertem Eğilmez production "Hababam Class", whose screenplay was adapted by Umur Bugay from the novel of Rıfat Ilgaz, together with Kemal Sunal, Adile Naşit, Tarık Akan, Münir Özkul, Muharrem Gürses and Ayşen Gruda. played. Akçatepe had two daughters named Itır and Ebru from her first marriage with Tülin, whom she married in 1963 and divorced in 1981. From her second marriage with Mrs. Rezzan in 1999, a daughter named Günsu was born, and she left in 2009. Akçatepe, which was awarded the Golden Orange Lifetime Honorary Award in 2011, starred in the movie "Karaman's Sheep" in 2014 with Ferdi Akarnur, Sinan Çalışkanoğlu and Dost Elver. The famous actor, who got sick and was treated in the hospital for a while, passed away in Istanbul on March 31, 2017 when he was 79 years old, and was buried in the Karacaahmet Cemetery after the funeral prayer in Şakirin Mosque. Akçatepe, who starred in the plays "Just like me", "Töre", "Vatan Kurtaran Şaban" and "Rosenbergler Shouldn't Die", wrote the scripts for the films "Şaban Pabucu Half", "Expatriate Şaban" and "Lüküs Hayat".