Estonian movie stars died in 1995

Here are 2 famous actors from Estonia died in 1995:

Jüri Järvet

Jüri Järvet (June 18, 1919 Tallinn-July 5, 1995 Tallinn) also known as Grigori Kuznetsov, Yuri Yarvet, Yu. Yarvet, Georgi Kuznetsov, Yuri Yevgenyevich Yarvet, Juri Jarvet or Jüri Järvet sen. was an Estonian actor and theatre director. He had two children, Jüri Järvet Jr. and Jana Järvet.

Jüri Järvet began his acting career in 1939, and continued to work in theatre throughout his life, directing plays and performing in both stage and film productions. He became particularly well-known for his roles in Soviet-era Estonian films, such as "Spring" (1969) and "The Dead Mountaineer's Hotel" (1979). Järvet also appeared in several international films, including the science fiction classic "Solaris" (1972) directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. In addition to acting, Järvet was a respected director, and worked at the Estonian Drama Theatre from 1955 to 1983. He was honored with numerous awards for his contributions to Estonian culture, and is regarded as one of Estonia's greatest actors.

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Juhan Viiding

Juhan Viiding (June 1, 1948 Tallinn-February 21, 1995 Rapla) was an Estonian actor and poet. He had one child, Elo Viiding.

Viiding was one of the most influential poets of the 20th century in Estonia. He was known for his experimental and provocative style of writing that challenged the norms of traditional literature. He gained popularity in the 1970s when he started performing his poems on stage, often accompanied by music.

Aside from his contributions to literature, Viiding was also an accomplished actor. He appeared in numerous films and TV shows in Estonia, and even won the Best Actor award at the Tallinn Film Festival in 1981 for his role in the film "Surma hinda".

Viiding's life was marked by tragedy and mental health struggles. His first wife committed suicide in 1979, and he himself suffered from depression and alcoholism. He tragically took his own life in 1995 at the age of 46, leaving behind a legacy as one of Estonia's most influential and groundbreaking artists.

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