An extract on #giyim
His career in the show business starts in 1973 as he reached the third place in a competition supported by Ses dergisi (a Turkish magazine).
He played in more than 100 Turkish films.And also His character has been used also in comics for both Turkish news papers Saklamba and Kelebek. He has never been paid properly during his acting career according to his statement when he was interviewed about his earning:
Trk Sinemasna ok ey verdim karlnda hibir ey kazanamadm. Niin derseniz.. nk ben, 2 inci adam yani menfiyi oynuyordum. Blent Ersoy 500 bin alyorsa, ben 15 bin lira alyordum. Orhan Gencebayla filmde ayn kz seviyoruz. Ben zengini oynuyorum, Orhansa fakiri.Gencebay 1.000.000 alyor, bense 12.500 alyorum. Ama baa ba oynuyoruz. Hep byle oldu.. Bana soruyorlar para kazandn m diye, glyorum, o zaman kira paras, giyim paras, genlik paras, aldn zaten erez paras. 33 sene byle geti. 1980den itibaran sinema bitti.
He acted in these following Turkish films:
zleyi (he was the main character in the film)
fke (he was the main character in the film)
fkeli Adam (he was the main character in the film)
Aa Bac (he was the main character in the film)
Yz Numaral Adam
Sahibini Arayan Madalya
Oran announced his candidacy for the party leadership against the then-incumbent Deniz Baykal during the 2008 Ordinary Convention, but failed to gain enough nominations to run for election. In the 2010 Ordinary Convention, the newly elected leader Kemal Kldarolu appointed him as a Deputy party leader. In the 34th Ordinary Convention held in 2012, he became a member of the Party Council. Oran was not fielded as a candidate by Kldarolu for the June 2015 general election for unknown reasons, drawing speculation that Kldarolu was attempting to eliminate influential CHP politicians seen as a challenger to his leadership. Despite speculation, Oran was not fielded as a candidate for the November 2015 general election either.
On 4 November 2015, shortly after the CHP lost the November 2015 election, Oran announced his candidacy for the party leadership in the upcoming 35th Ordinary Convention due to be held in January 2016.
After his graduation, he began to work at Ko Holding, mainly centring on the Holding's textile department. He also worked at the ztek textile company before establishing his own company called Domino Textiles in 1992. Focussing on the creation of employment in central Anatolia, Domino Textiles build a factory in Bolu expanding over an open area of 30,000m and a closed area of 10,000m. While operating under Domino Textiles, Oran allowed workers to have a say in the administration of the company and has since campaigned for greater workers' rights as a politician. 250 workers still continue to work at the factory.