He was born on 6th August 1978 in Ankara. While his mother had raised him with “my son the doctor” lullabies, inside he was harbouring a greater affection for poetry. When he went to Ankara’s Merkez Imam Hatip High School, he was oblivious to the fact that the woman for whom he wrote his first poem would later become his future wife and the mother of his children.
Tuncer’s first poetry book, "You smelled of Istanbul" (“Sen İstanbul Kokardın”) was published in 1997, a second poetry book, "Mirrors" (“Aynalar”) in 2003. When he became a member of the Turkish Writers Union he left radio and television, dedicating himself to poetry. The book "Stories between the Lines" (“Satır Arası Hikayeler”) became a success story. Similarly, "A Day in the Night" (“Gecede Bir Gün”) programme with acclaimed TV channel “Kanal A” was selected as the best television cultural arts programme in 2005.
For approximately three years, Tuncer presented the morning programme “roof of stars” ("Yıldızdan Mahyalar"). Similarly, he was reunited with his audience in 2007 with the morning programme “Ramadan in Turkey and Europe" ("Türkiye'de ve Avrupa'da Ramazan"), also broadcasted at Kanal A. During this period, he also presented the TRT1 programme “Joy of Ramadan” (“Ramazan Sevinci”).