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| birth_name        = Alhan Elvan Gençay
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| birth_date          = {{Birth date and age|mf=yes|1999|3|4}}
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| birth_place        = [[London]]
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| occupation        = Director, producer, writer
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| nationality          = [[British people|British]]
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'''Alhan Gencay''' (born 4 March 1999 in [[London Borough of Enfield|Enfield]], [[London]]) is a [[British People|British]] [[actor]], [[producer]] and [[director]].  He is also the founder of the online [[YouTube]] comedy channel “omg” which partnered with [[Base79]] and [[Simon Cowell]]'s [[Syco]].
  
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==Life and education==
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Alhan Gencay was born in Enfield, into a family who are originally from Turkey.  He grew up in [[Winchmore Hill]], North London.  He attended Oakthorpe school for primary education and then went on to boarding school [[St_Edmund's_College,_Ware|St. Edmund's College]] in Ware, Hertfordshire.  Gencay is currently working towards a [[Master_of_Arts|M.A.]] degree. 
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==Career==
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Gencay's public career started in 2006 when he starred in the [[EastEnders]] Christmas Special.<ref>{{cite web|title=IMDb - Alhan Gencay|url=http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6342406/|website=IMDb}}</ref> Since then he has founded online YouTube comedy network “omg” which is releasing a brand new urban comedy series, 'Roadman'.  Gencay has produced content for websites including [[CollegeHumor]], [[SB.TV]], [[Don't Flop]],<ref>{{cite web|title=Don't Flop - Rapping It Park|url=https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.533168106752216.1073741840.149070568495307&type=3/|website=Facebook}}</ref> [[Base79]], [[The You Generation]].
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== Controversy ==
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===Megaphoning===
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During an event at the [[Liberal Catholic Church]], Gencay was fined for shouting "the Pope is a cat-a-holic" through a megaphone while wearing a shirt with a picture of a dead cat.
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At a [[Toby Turner]] gathering in Hyde Park, London, Gencay shouted through his megaphone for people to chase innocent cyclists that were passing through the park.<ref>{{cite web|title=Fans Impaled at Hyde Park Tobuscus Gathering|url=http://youtubegazette.tumblr.com/post/32653279206/fans-impaled-at-hyde-park-tobuscus-gathering|website=The YouTube Gazette}}</ref>
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==Filmography==
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[[File:Alhan Gencay at the YouTube studios, Google.jpg|thumb|Alhan Gencay at the YouTube studios, Google.]]
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===Film===
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{| class="wikitable plainrowheaders sortable"
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|+ '''Alhan Gencay's film appearances'''
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|-
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|-
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| {{sort|2009|2009}}
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! scope="row" | {{sort|Mutant Chronicles|''[[Mutant Chronicles]]''}}
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| Child who dropped his teddy bear
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|}
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===Television===
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{| class="wikitable plainrowheaders sortable"
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|+ '''Alhan Gencay's television appearances'''
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|-
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|-
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| {{sort|2005|2005}}
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! scope="row" | {{sort|Chopra Town|''Chopra Town''}}
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| Child
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|Pilot Episode
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|-
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| {{sort|2006|2006}}
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! scope="row" | {{sort|EastEnders Christmas Special|''[[EastEnders]]''}}
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| Elf
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|Christmas Special
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|-
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| {{sort|2008|2008}}
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! scope="row" | ''[[Nuzzle and Scratch]]''
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| Customer
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| Episode "Hairdresser"
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|-
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| {{sort|2009|2009}}
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! scope="row" | ''The Legend of Dick and Dom''
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| Warrior
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| With [[Steve Furst]]
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|-
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|}
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===Online video===
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[[File:Roadman Banner.png|thumb|A banner for Gencay's upcoming comedy series, 'ROADMAN'.]]
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{| class="wikitable plainrowheaders sortable"
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|+ '''Alhan Gencay's online video appearances'''
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|-
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|-
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| {{sort|2013|2013}}
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! scope="row" | ''Edmundia''
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| Lord Gencay
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| Also writer and editor
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| {{sort|2013|2013}}
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! scope="row" | ''Brunch''
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| Alhan
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| Also writer and editor
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|-
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| {{sort|2013|2013}}
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! scope="row" | ''Baby Scan''
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| Patient
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|
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|-
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| {{sort|2013|2013}}
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! scope="row" | ''Pirillo Vlogs''
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| Alhan
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| With [[Chris Pirillo]]; 3 episodes
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|-
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| {{sort|2014|2014}}
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! scope="row" | ''JUST TALK, INNIT''
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| Alhan
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| With Mawaan Rizwan, Ali Jardine and Peter Bazely
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|}
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==Theatre==
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{| class="wikitable plainrowheaders sortable"
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| {{sort|2009|2009}}
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! scope="row" | ''Jesus Christ Superstar''
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| Leper
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| BA's 35th anniversary show
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| {{sort|2007|2007}}
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! scope="row" | ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory''
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| Mr. Salt
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|}
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==References==
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{{Reflist|30em}}
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Alhan Gencay
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Born Alhan Elvan Gençay
(1999-03-04) March 4, 1999 (age 23)
London
Nationality British
Occupation Director, producer, writer
Years active 2011-present
Religion None (Secularism)
Website
youtube.com/omg/

Alhan Gencay (born 4 March 1999 in Enfield, London) is a British actor, producer and director. He is also the founder of the online YouTube comedy channel “omg” which partnered with Base79 and Simon Cowell's Syco.

Life and education

Alhan Gencay was born in Enfield, into a family who are originally from Turkey. He grew up in Winchmore Hill, North London. He attended Oakthorpe school for primary education and then went on to boarding school St. Edmund's College in Ware, Hertfordshire. Gencay is currently working towards a M.A. degree.

Career

Gencay's public career started in 2006 when he starred in the EastEnders Christmas Special.[1] Since then he has founded online YouTube comedy network “omg” which is releasing a brand new urban comedy series, 'Roadman'. Gencay has produced content for websites including CollegeHumor, SB.TV, Don't Flop,[2] Base79, The You Generation.

Controversy

Megaphoning

During an event at the Liberal Catholic Church, Gencay was fined for shouting "the Pope is a cat-a-holic" through a megaphone while wearing a shirt with a picture of a dead cat.

At a Toby Turner gathering in Hyde Park, London, Gencay shouted through his megaphone for people to chase innocent cyclists that were passing through the park.[3]

Filmography

File:Alhan Gencay at the YouTube studios, Google.jpg
Alhan Gencay at the YouTube studios, Google.

Film

Alhan Gencay's film appearances
Year Title Role
Template:Sort Template:Sort Child who dropped his teddy bear

Television

Alhan Gencay's television appearances
Year Title Role Notes
Template:Sort Template:Sort Child Pilot Episode
Template:Sort Template:Sort Elf Christmas Special
Template:Sort Nuzzle and Scratch Customer Episode "Hairdresser"
Template:Sort The Legend of Dick and Dom Warrior With Steve Furst

Online video

File:Roadman Banner.png
A banner for Gencay's upcoming comedy series, 'ROADMAN'.
Alhan Gencay's online video appearances
Year Title Role Notes
Template:Sort Edmundia Lord Gencay Also writer and editor
Template:Sort Brunch Alhan Also writer and editor
Template:Sort Baby Scan Patient
Template:Sort Pirillo Vlogs Alhan With Chris Pirillo; 3 episodes
Template:Sort JUST TALK, INNIT Alhan With Mawaan Rizwan, Ali Jardine and Peter Bazely

Theatre

Alhan Gencay's theatrical appearances
Year Title Role Notes
Template:Sort Jesus Christ Superstar Leper BA's 35th anniversary show
Template:Sort Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Mr. Salt

References