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Ayşegül Aldinç (Turkish pronunciation: aːjʃeˈɟyl alˈdintʃ) (born 1962 in Istanbul) is a Turkish singer and actress. Her father was the well-known journalist and sports commentator Orhan Aldinç. Aldinç first became known for performing with the Modern Folk Trio at the Eurovision Song Contest 1981 in Dublin. Their song, Dönme dolap (The carousel), received eighteenth place. In 1988, she started her career in Turkish pop music, and has since released five solo albums. She has also acted in many theatrical productions (her debut being in the 1987 movie Katırcılar), and also in many Turkish miniseries and soap operas (three for TRT, three for ATV Turkey, two for Star TV, and one for Kanal D). In Turkey, she is equally recognized for her singing and acting roles.