Mujde was born in the Adana, Turkey, but grew up in Zaandam. Her first film role played in the short film Turkish Video, in which she performed the role of Suheyla. Three years later, in 1987, Müjde played the role of Arzu Sülün in the Julia's Secret directed by Hans Hylkema.
In the late 1980's, she went on to star in televison series. After a guest role in Zeg 'ns Aaa, the actress was cast in 1990 for Selma Lokman's role in the popular medical center Medical Center West. Müjde replaced actress Erna Sassen.
In the early 1990's, Müjde was cast for the role of Derya Usta in the drama series Vrouwenvleugel. Women's Wing was the first major drama series of commercial television channel RTL 4. The recordings of the series took place in Luxembourg. Vrouwenvleugel won the Golden Televizierring in 1994.
After Women's Wing, it was only around 2000's for the actress to play a role in the Russians police series. In the first decade, Müjde performed guest roles in Keyzer & De Boer Advocaten, Shouf Shouf and FF Moeve.
During the reunion of the drama series Vrouwenvleugel for the typical RTL television program, it became clear that Müjde had been in a wheelchair since 2007.
In 2007, during a visit to Istanbul, the actress was involved in a car accident. The taxi in which she sat hit the head several times. As a result of a damaged spinal cord and spinal column, the actor ran a transverse lesion. Despite her physical disability, the actress continued to act. In 2012 she played the role of Elif Baydar, the mother of Nuran and Aysen, in the soap of Good Times, bad times.
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