Finnish actors died at age 78

Here are 4 famous actors from Finland died at 78:

Rauni Mollberg

Rauni Mollberg (April 15, 1929 Hämeenlinna-October 11, 2007 Loimaa) was a Finnish film director, screenwriter, film producer and actor.

He died as a result of leukemia.

Mollberg was considered one of the most influential filmmakers in Finnish cinema history. He began his film career in the 1960s, directing both documentaries and feature films, and gained international recognition with his film "The Earth Is a Sinful Song" (1973), which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Mollberg's other notable works include "The Unknown Soldier" (1985), which is based on a famous Finnish novel about the Continuation War, and "The White Reindeer" (1952), which he produced and starred in. Mollberg was also a prolific actor, appearing in over a dozen films throughout his career. Despite his success, Mollberg was known for being reclusive and elusive, rarely giving interviews or attending film festivals.

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Georg Malmstén

Georg Malmstén (June 27, 1902 Helsinki-May 25, 1981 Helsinki) a.k.a. Georg Malstén, Georg Malmsten, Malmstén, Georg, Reima, Matti, Molli-Jori, Matti Reima, Georg Malmstén ja lapsikuoro, Georg Malmsten ja lapsikuoro, Malmstén, Georg ja lapsikuoro, Tanssiorkesteri Odeoan A, Georg Malmsteen, Solistikuoro ja Orkesteri, Malmstén, Georg, solistikuoro ja orkesteri, Georg Malmstén ja Sotilasorkesteri, Malmstén, Georg ja sotilasorkesteri, Georg Malmsteen ja Tanssiorkesteri, Georg Malmstén ja Orkesteri or Malmstén, Georg ja orkesteri was a Finnish singer, composer, conductor, film score composer, musician and actor. His child is called Ragni Malmstén.

Malmstén was born in Helsinki, Finland and began his music career in the 1920s. He quickly became one of the most popular entertainers in Finland, known for his beautiful tenor voice and his ability to play a variety of instruments. Malmstén released dozens of records and wrote over 300 songs, many of which became classics in Finland. He was a prolific composer of film scores, and his music was featured in numerous Finnish movies.

Throughout his career, Malmstén was known for his ability to connect with his audiences. He toured extensively in Finland and other Nordic countries, and his concerts were always popular events. In addition to his music career, Malmstén also appeared in several films and television shows.

Malmstén's legacy continues to live on in Finland today. Many of his songs are still beloved by Finnish audiences, and his influence can still be heard in the music of contemporary Finnish artists.

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Paavo Jännes

Paavo Jännes (March 20, 1892 Helsinki-December 19, 1970 Helsinki) also known as Paavo Klaus Emil Genetz, Genetz, Paavo Klaus Emil Jännes or Paavo Genetz was a Finnish actor.

Jännes began his career as a stage actor in various theaters in Helsinki and Stockholm. He later transitioned to film, appearing in several Finnish and Swedish films throughout the 1930s and 1940s. He is perhaps best known for his role as Uncle Gustaf in the Finnish film classic "Tuntematon sotilas" (The Unknown Soldier) in 1955. In addition, Jännes was known for his voice and dubbed many foreign films into Finnish.

Outside of acting, Jännes was also an accomplished painter, with several of his works exhibited in galleries throughout Finland. He was awarded the Finnish State Prize for Visual Arts in 1961. Jännes also published a memoir in 1969, titled "Muistoja, elämänkaaria" (Memories, Life Cycles), which chronicles his life and career as an actor and artist.

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Tarmo Manni

Tarmo Manni (July 30, 1921 Saarijärvi-September 24, 1999 Helsinki) was a Finnish actor.

He died in illness.

Manni started his acting career in 1944 at the Turun Teatteri and later moved to Helsinki, where he worked as a freelance actor in various theaters. He also appeared in several Finnish films, including the classic film "The White Reindeer" in 1952. Manni was known for his versatile acting skills and his ability to portray different types of characters on stage and on screen. In addition to acting, Manni was also a respected theatre director and teacher. He taught at the Theatre Academy Helsinki from 1976 until his retirement in 1982. Manni received numerous awards and honors throughout his career, including the Order of the Lion of Finland in 1992.

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