Asli Enver

Asli Enver - Actress


Name: Asli Enver
Birthdate: May 10, 1984
Birthplace: London, England
Height: 165 cm
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Education: Pera Fine Arts High School; Halic University Theatre Department
Talent Agency: Id Iletisim
Spouse: Birkan Sokullu (m. 2012 – 2015); Boyfriend Murat Boz (February 2016 – )
Biography: Asli Enver is a Cypriot-Turkish actress. Her full name is Ayten Asli Enver. She is the daughter of a father who is a Cyprus Turk and a mother who moved to London from Turkey for education. She lived in London until she was 12 years old and then moved to Turkey with her family. She had her first role in a Turkish drama named Life Sciences (Hayat Bilgisi) and became popular with her role in the youth series Daydreaming (Kavak Yelleri) for four seasons. She impresses many people not only her acting but also her singing (please check it out her singing performance in Turkish drama Bride of Istanbul – Istanbullu Gelin).

Asli Enver Tv Series / Movies

2003 – Life Sciences (Hayat Bilgisi) (as Hazal)
2007 – 2011 Daydreaming (Kavak Yelleri) (as Mine Ergun)
2012 – Between Friends (Arkadaslar Arasinda) (Short Movie)
2012 – Game of Silence (Suskunlar) (as Ahu Kumral)
2013 – 2014 Lost (Kayip) (as Ozlem Albayrak)
2013 – Are We Ok? (Tamam miyiz?) (as Beste) (Movie)
2014 – Sorrow (Bana Artik Hicran De) (as Hicran Eyupoglu)
2015 – My Brother (Kardesim Benim) (as Zeynep Uysal) (Movie)
2015 – Just Be Happy (Mutlu Ol Yeter) (as Zeynep Guzeltepe)
2016 – Winter Sun (Kis Gunesi) (as Nisan)
2017 – Oteki Taraf (as Ece) (Movie)
2017 – 2019 Bride of Istanbul (Istanbul’lu Gelin) (as Sureyya Boran)
2020 – The Choice (Babil) (as Ayse Karaali)

Theatre Plays

2015 – Staff (Personel) (as Emma)



Asli Enver Gallery

Kiyamam song from Bride of Istanbul Tv Series


  1. wish could watch winter sun Looks like no longer on netflix had just started disappointed. Will it be on again?

  2. re. the film Winter Sun

    It is the best so far and I have now seen many Turkish films on netflix. The music did not overwhelm the story as it does in other films, the people were quite real and there was much attention to detail. Religion was presented in a sincere and positive way.
    I would wish for less violence and felt everyone carries a gun in Turkey, but do know that is not true. I thought the interiors were extremely well done..all of them. Its hard to believe that Turks wear their skirts that short..I was last there in 1976 and they certainly did not wear those kinds of clothes then… They also seem to be thinner and taller these days both men and women. One can see the strong German influence in many things now
    I was impressed with the architecture and so many new buiidings. Loved with ones with some Traditional Turkish in them..after alllTurkey does not need to look like Dernmark…It is the Turkish infliuence that makesi it so beautiful. i would not have recognized Istanbul…The hills now with so many lovely homes etc but most of all I felt the city planners were looking out to the the sea in planning whereas in the 70’s it was darker and looked more within. upon itself..Istanbul was more the old and now it has both but many more people I assume. The roads, traffic, parks are all new to me and well done (not the traffic of course.) Great buses, lovely cars and what impressed me was modern bathrooms and toilets…I almost feel I have visited once more and it is my favorite city, that and Izmir, of all my travels…with the nicest friendly and helpful people i have ever met.
    one more thought…the child actors in all of these series are outstanding..too good to be believed…what wonderful training they must have and superb talent. i am very impressed. Look forward to more series and more episodes in those I have seen that did not have 2nd season on Netflix….
    Astrid Tollefsen author, Following the Waters Cape Cod Massachusetts, 02668 USA

  3. astrid tollefsen

    She is a very fine actress and also very lovely and natural. I hope she doesn’t mind me saying that I could have easily mistaken her for American..she has that natural way about her and her walk etc. is familiar to me. I really like her and wish her much luck and joy with her work, which I felt was quite outstanding. Her eyes tell the story and I have to say she was deserving of a real kiss somewhere in the film….there is a proposal and the woman gets a peck on the forehead.????… that isn’t the norm in Turkey for sure….
    Hope she gets to work with Kenan , the very fine actor, with the difficult last name…beginning with I and ending with lu. ASPAVA!

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