Welcome – I’m glad you’re here!

When I was six, my sister both shattered my world and changed my life by telling me it was all “pretending” in the Harry Potter movies. It’s still a sensitive topic but – hey! – I discovered Acting for myself!

We did make amends after winning at a talent contest with a Santa Claus skit where I got to be the lead. That lead me to act with a Theatre Company from London. Later, I played Algernon in my first full-length production of The Importance of Being Earnest in Munich.

In order to satisfy my enormous jaw-drop-geek-amazement by Space Exploration and Interstellar, I decided to study Electrical Engineering. 

During that time, I played Ralph Mayhew in the Blue Stockings premiere in Germany by Jessica Swale to raise awareness for children’s and women’s rights for equality and education.

After that, I attended The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in NYC, where I also played the confident-yet-sensitive-because-of-his-ambitions, and too-young-to-be-a-workaholic, Lawson, alongside Tom Jarmusch in Detour, an Independent Short, directed by Juefang Zhang.

When I met Vincent D’Onofrio he supernova-shifted my universe by training me in his approach to the human condition in Acting. 

Currently, Lyle Kessler is training me and helping me hone my craft. 

My excitement for Acting lies in the challenge to bring a different perspective of the human condition onto the screen because I am infinitely convinced by the magic that Cinema can become for our lives, universally.

Thanks for visiting and I look forward to collaborating with you!

-Ozen