Birth Day: 1928-08-06

Place of birth: Istanbul, Turkey

Fatma Mesanet Jeyan Mahfi Ayral Tözüm (6 August 1928 – 29 October 2023) was a Turkish actress and voice actress. Jeyan was born on 6 August 1928 in Istanbul. She started her artistic career with the encouragement of her father, Necdet Mahfi Ayral, when she was only three years old, by being cast by Muhsin Ertuğrul in the play Peer Gynt, a work of Henrik Ibsen. At Istanbul City Theatres; she acted in many plays such as Happy Days, Dressing the Nude, Roots, Half and Kezban and retired from there. She started dubbing at the age of 10 with the voice of the TV show Happy Days. She has voiced many actresses such as Belgin Doruk, Türkan Şoray, Filiz Akın, Hülya Koçyiğit, Fatma Girik, Müjde Ar, Hale Soygazi, Emel Sayın, Gülşen Bubikoğlu, Ahu Tuğba and Hülya Avşar. She decided to leave the cinema with her husband in 1954 and devoted herself to theater plays and dubbing for many years. She also worked as a radio commercial speaker for 3 years. In addition to theater, she acted in movies and television series. In 2005 she was awarded Bilge Olgaç Achievement Award at the 8th Flying Broom International Women's Film Festival.