Fırat GÜLLÜ, was born in Istanbul in 1972. After completing his primary and secondary education in Üsküdar, he entered Boğaziçi University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of History in 1989. He joined Boğaziçi University Players (BÜO) in the same year. He received acting, instructing and directing responsibilities within BÜO for years. His various translations and writings were published in Mimesis-The Translation and Research Periodical of Theater. After graduation he joined the Bosphorus Performing Arts Ensemble (BGST) in 1996 and continued to act in various productions at the Theater Bosphorus (TB). He completed his Master's degree at Boğaziçi University The Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History in 2016. He is still a member of BGST and of the Editorial Board of Mimesis. In 2008 he published his work on Ottoman performing art history named Vartovyan Kumpanyası ve Yeni Osmanlılar (Vartovyan Theatre Company and the Young Ottomans). He is also a translator of the books titled Creating a Role (K. Stanislavski) and Rainbow of Desire (A. Boal) published by Boğaziçi University Press and Hagop Baronian's Political and Social Satire (K. B. Bardakjian) by BGST Publishing House. He is also a member of the History Foundation and of the Editorial Board of its periodical Toplumsal Tarih (The Social History) since 2013.