Born on September 28, 1984, in Istanbul, Turkey, Özgür Çetin, also known as Ozzy Chetin, boasts a diverse heritage, blending East Slavic, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern roots. From a young age, Ozzy immersed himself in the entertainment industry, taking on roles as an actor, model, and production crew member. In early 2016, he decided to elevate his craft, undergoing professional acting training at a local theater in Istanbul.

By the same year, Ozzy landed acting roles in popular Turkish TV series like “Valley of Wolves: Ambush,” “Evli ve Öfkeli,” and “Görünen Adam.” His pursuit of excellence led him to relocate to Manchester, UK, in late 2016, where he continued his acting training under the guidance of industry veterans like Joe Simpson and Suzanne Hall.

In 2018, Ozzy showcased his talent in various student films, music videos, and theater projects, earning recognition and even winning a beard dating show hosted by Andrew Flintoff. Notably, he secured a role as “Agent 47” for Warner Brothers Entertainment UK’s video game franchise “Hitman 2.”

Driven by ambition, Ozzy moved to London in early 2019 to further his career. He honed his skills through workshops with professionals like David Schall and formal training at the Identity School of Acting in 2020. His talent caught the attention of the industry, landing him roles in acclaimed British TV shows such as Netflix’s “Top Boy” and BBC One/HBO’s “I May Destroy You.” Additionally, he appeared in several high-profile Bollywood film projects filmed in London between 2019 and 2020.

Ozzy’s dedication to his craft led him to explore various acting techniques, including the Meisner Technique at The Actors Pulse in Australia and studying Stanislavski’s methods. He also underwent training in stage and screen combat at ID Fight and motion capture at The Mocap Vaults in London.

Beyond acting and voice-over work, Ozzy also pursues modeling, SPACT performances, and trains as a stuntman. As a passionate hobbyist, he indulges in DJing and organizing indoor club events.

Ozzy Chetin
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