Seren Serengil (born 6 April 1971) is a Turkish singer and actress. She was born in Istanbul, Turkey, and has acted in films and TV series. Her father Öztürk Serengil was an actor, theatre performer and showman.
Seren Serengil made her debut in a movie called Sarhos (1977) as a child actress along with her father Öztürk Serengil. In the early 90s Başka Olur Ağaların Düğünü TV series along with actor Mehmet Aslantug was a big hit which, followed by her movie Alev Gibi Bir Kız along with Hakan Ural. At the age of 16 Seren became assolist (female headliner singer) with the help of İbrahim Tatlıses and later performed at high class music places such as "İzmir Fuarı","Stardust Gazinosu", and Fahrettin Aslan's "Caddebostan Maksim Gazinosu". Being assolist at the age of 16 gave Seren Serengil a media nickname of Turkey's youngest assolsit. Seren debut album "Ayrıldık" was released in 1991 and "Bana Hersey Seni Hatirlatiyor" song from this album became a very huge success. Since then she has released three other notable albums and one single. Her most popular album was "Bu Gecenin Hatirina" which sold 170,000 copies with one video clip only and increased her popularity greatly. Serengil plays classical piano and she has written and composed some of her songs by herself including "Dost Bile Kalamadık", "Gitme","Insan Severse Ozler", "Sen Sansiny Kaybetin" and "Sesiz Telefon". During her music career she worked with famous names such as İbrahim Tatlıses, Emrah, Selami Sahin, Soner Sarikabadayi and Serdar Ortaç.