Turkish Actress Burcu Biricik is on World’s Agenda with her Role as “Fatma”
The esteemed Canadian journalist Jack Todd praised the Turkish actress Burcu Biricik for her role as “Fatma” in Netflix’s brand-new Turkish original drama “Fatma“. On May 2, the Canadian journalist shared his admiration on Twitter. He stated that the performance of Burcu Biricik was one of the greatest he has ever seen.
🙏🎉 #fatma #fatmanetflix 🎈 https://t.co/bnqVvTeZim
— burcu biricik (@burcu_biricik) May 2, 2021
The Actress Overcomes Each Difficult Role
We don’t even know where to begin to tell of this acclaimed Turkish actress Burcu Biricik. Yet, as a starter, you may want to take a look at this article:
Burcu Biricik: The Cute Face of Turkish Televisions
The accomplished actress has been lately incredibly productive. Even though we don’t know where to begin, Kırmızı Oda (The Red Room) provided her to make the best debut. It was a small role that took only a couple of episodes, but she used that chance as best as she could.
By the way, it is very crucial to point out that the series has been like a factory that produces actors and actresses. Or else, it polishes the star of already-famous Turkish stars. If it is needed to name some of them, Erkan Petekkaya, Melisa Sözen, Melisa Aslı Pamuk are just the few of them. So, Burcu Biricik is also one another, for sure! Although she is not a kite on business, with the series, Burcu Biricik made the pick in her career.
One Followed Another
First of all, we admired the Turkish actress Burcu Biricik with her role in The Red Room as “Boncuk” (literally bead). She starred as a beautiful young woman with her bead-like eyes. (That is also the reason why they called her Boncuk). This young, kind, and beautiful woman had a mental illness, therefore she visits The Red Room. During her 10-episode performance, the actress reduced the audience to tears.
“Chrysalis” Burcu Biricik (Camdaki Kız, literally The Girl at the Window)
Later on, she has begun visiting our homes with one of another shining role. Camdaki Kız (Chrysalis), which was broadcasted on 8 April 2021, is going to be on the small screen with the 4th episode. In this series, the actress stars as Nalan. She is a beautiful young woman who earns everyone’s love at first sight with her warmth. However, she is under dreadful pressure from her mother and tries to get out of her cocoon.
There We Are with “Fatma”
Fatma is Netflix’s brand new Turkish original drama with Burcu Biricik starring as the leading role. The drama is now in first place in the Top 10 in Turkey Today.
Fatma consists of 6 episodes, and so, it is a mini internet series. Each episode of the drama is 45 minutes long. As for the genre of the series, it is crime, drama, and thriller. While Burcu Biricik stars as the leading protagonist Fatma, some accomplished players such as Mehmet Yılmaz Ak, Hazal Türesan, Uğur Yücel are accompanying her.
The series was aired on 27 May 2021 on Netflix.
The Story of Fatma
We believe that the best and the shortest way to explain the story of the thriller is that it is a story of an invisible young maid. Fatma (35) is an ordinary maid. Her husband Zafer disappears shortly after he is released from prison. Meanwhile, Fatma, who sets out to search for him, commits an unexpected murder. With Zafer’s dark connections learning about this murder, Fatma has no choice but to keep killing in order to survive.
Later, this situation becomes a ritual for Fatma, where she can take revenge for everything she has experienced until today. We must also add that Fatma has a son with autism. However, she losts her son due to an accident, which also damages her mental balance. In sum, she is a lonely woman with a very poor financial situation. she has a heavy burden on her shoulders because of her son’s memory. What’s more, in addition to all, she tries to find her dissappeared husband.
A Complimentary Message from Canadian Journalist Jack Todd to the Turkish Actress Burcu Biricik
Turkish actress Burcu Biricik is on the world’s agenda with her role as “Fatma”. The world-famous Canadian journalist Jack Todd praised Burcu Biricik for her role as Fatma. After watching Fatma on Netflix, the Canadian journalist commented that “it was one of the greatest performances I have ever seen”. The actress, on the other hand, shared her happiness with this comment by reposting the journalist’s tweet on her own Twitter account.
The performance of Turkish actress Burcu Biricik in Fatma on Netflix is one of the greatest I have ever seen. The entire production is first rate and the result is extremely intense drama. The kind where you have to remind yourself to breathe.
— Jack Todd (@jacktodd46) May 2, 2021
Burcu Biricik has already been one of the most successful and productive Turkish actresses. She has always been on the agenda with her talent as well as her beauty. The actress has always been trying to do her best to improve her acting skills with extraordinary roles. Namely, she has always forced herself to break her comfort zone and dare for hard roles. Therefore, this success is no surprise and she deserves this international popularity.
Burcu Biricik in Brief
Burcu Biricik was born on the 4th of May, 1989 to a family of Yörük descent (a Turkish ethnic group, known for their nomadic lifestyle and incredibly beautiful carpet-weaving art). She also has the nickname “Curcu“. Unfortunately, when she was a young child she witnessed some family problems, which eventually led to her parents’ divorce. Her mom was a working single mother at the time, but luckily her grandparents were there to take care of her when she needed.
Burcu Biricik’s Filmography
In Bornova Municipal City Theater she took part in plays such as Ikinin Biri, Yasli Hanimin Ziyareti, Gözlerimi Kaparim, Vazifemi Yaparim and Yedi Kocali Hürmüz.
Her debut for the silver screen came with “Maçolar” TV Series in Show TV, in 2007. After that, she starred in some other movies and TV Series, -such as;
2019 – Kuzgun (Dila) (TV Series)
2019 – Çiçero (Ajan) (Movie)
2018 – Her Şey Seninle Güzel (Deniz) (Movie)
2018 – 8. Gün (Bahar)(TV Series)
2016 – Çok Uzak Fazla Yakın (Aslı) (Movie)
2016 – Hayat Şarkısı (Hülya) (TV Series)
2014 – Şeref Meselesi (Kübra Güngör) (TV Series)
In 2014 – Ulan İstanbul (Kübra) (TV Series)
2014 – Bana Masal Anlatma (Ezgi) (Movie)
2013 – Kedi Özledi (Lale) (Movie)
2013 – İnanç Odası (Kurban) (Movie)
In 2013 – Beni Böyle Sev (Seda) (TV Series)
2012 – Düşman Kardeşler (Derya) (TV Series)
2012 – Ustura Kemal (TV Series)
2011 – Muhteşem Yüzyıl (Cariye) (TV Series)
2007 – Maçolar (TV Series)