Can Yaman: Knowing that maybe when I turn 40 I'll get tired and go back to being a lawyer gives me strength'

Can Yaman: Knowing that maybe when I turn 40 I'll get tired and go back to being a lawyer gives me strength'

Can Yaman published an autobiographical book in which he recounted his life. During a recent interview, the Istanbul-based actor revealed that he enjoys being an actor, but is happy to know that he could go back to being a lawyer if he wanted to. In addition, the Viola Come il mare star recalled his first role in a Turkish series and his mom's lessons.

Can Yaman talks about his past as a lawyer

Can Yaman, before becoming an internationally successful star, studied law and was a lawyer. Currently, the future Sandokan has a law office in Istanbul with two of his partner-friends.

Thinking back to his previous career, the Turkish actor revealed, ''If I wanted to go back to being a lawyer, I could do it.'' In addition, the DayDreamer star thought about the possibility of leaving the world of film, confiding, ''I like the job of an actor, but I need to know that I can do many things in life.'' Can also said that it will never happen that he decides to return to his old profession, but added: "Knowing that maybe when I turn 40 I'll get tired and go back to being a lawyer gives me great strength.

Can Yaman recalls his first role in a Turkish series

Can Yaman is loved by his fans not only for his acting skills but also for his beauty. During a recent interview, the interpreter of Francesco Demir said that in his first role he didn't have to focus on his physique. In fact, as explained by Yaman, at the time he had to make himself ugly in order to best cover the character to be played. In this regard, Can said: ''I lost six kilos of muscle, I cut off the beard and just left the mustache.

I played a guy who was a bit of a 'loser' and then found his redemption.

Can Yaman respects nature, thanks to his mother's teachings

Can Yaman revealed what is the earliest memory of his childhood with his mother. As explained by the protagonist of DayDreamer, as a child he was not very quiet, confiding: ''I must have been 4 years old: I was naughty and I tore the leaves off plants.

My mom explained to me that plants are living beings just like cats and dogs. At that point, Güldem had taught his son that plants are living beings just like animals. In this regard, the Istanbul-based actor said, ''From then on, my respect for nature was born. And then it was my mom who taught me how to swim by throwing me into the water''. During the recent interview, Yaman made no mention of the gossip about him and the rumors of alleged flirtations that have been attributed to him after his breakup with Diletta Leotta. We just have to wait a little while to find out more about the actor from Istanbul.

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