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Tarkan’s height is 5ft 8in (1.73 m)

Tarkan Tevetoğlu (born on 17 October 1972), simply known as Tarkan, is a World Music Award winning Turkish pop singer. He was born in Alzey, West Germany, and raised in Turkey. Tarkan has been known for the use of romantic themes in his work and has been nicknamed the “Prince of Pop” by the media. He has released several platinum-selling albums during his career, with an estimated 29 million albums and singles sold. He also produces music through his company HITT Music, which he established in February 1997. One of a few European singers who has managed to span chart success over three continents without singing in English, the artist is also noted for his live stage performances. Tarkan’s effect on Turkey has been compared by The Washington Post as analogous to Elvis Presley in the US around 1957 and Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegün described him as one of the best live performers he had ever seen. He has also been listed by Rhapsody as a key artist in the history of European pop music, with his signature song “Şımarık” as a keystone track that moved the genre forward.


First Name: Tarkan
Birth Full Name: Tarkan Tevetoglu
Other Names: Tarkan
Born: 17 October, 1971
Birthplace: Alzey, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Height: 5ft 8in (1.73 m)
Build: Athletic
Eye Color: Green
Hair Color: Brown – Light
Astrological Sign: Libra
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: Middle Eastern
Nationality: Turkish
University: Ueskuedar Musiki Cemiyeti Academy in Istanbul
Occupation: Singer-songwriter,record producer,performer
Genre: Pop,folk pop,adult contemporary,pop rock,dance pop,Arabesque pop
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Father: Ali
Mother: Neshe
Brother(s): Hakan,Adnan (step brother),Gulay (step brother)
Sister(s): Handan,Nuray (step sister)
Filmography: Citius, altius, fortius (2005), Mr. Socrates (2005), XX/XY (2002), Beau travail (1999), Geboren in Absurdistan (1999), Fabrika zvezd (2002, TV Show), TV total (1999, TV Show), Tapis rouge (1999), Vivement dimanche (1998, TV Show), ZDF-Fernsehgarten (1986, TV Show)

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