Finnish actors died in 1967

Here are 1 famous actors from Finland died in 1967:

Kaarlo Nuorvala

Kaarlo Nuorvala (June 28, 1910 Vyborg-June 24, 1967 Helsinki) also known as Reino Arras, Hilkka Helovuo, Kalle Kivipää, Bob Palmer, Roy Milton, Max Dugan or Earl Kennington was a Finnish screenwriter, film director, actor, writer and novelist.

He began his career as a writer, publishing his first novel at the age of 21. He later went on to become a prolific screenwriter and director, working on over 50 films during his career. Some of his most notable works include the film "Radio tekee murron" (Radio Breaks the Barrier) which he co-wrote and directed in 1951, and the film "Kaksi Vihtoria" (Two Victorias) which he wrote and directed in 1957.

Despite his success in the film industry, Nuorvala also remained active as a writer and novelist throughout his career. He published several books, including a memoir about his experiences working in the film industry titled "Elämäni filmit" (My Life in Films). He was also a frequent contributor to magazines and newspapers in Finland.

In addition to his work in the arts, Nuorvala was also a prominent figure in Finnish society. He was an active member of the Social Democratic Party and served as a member of the Finnish parliament from 1950 to 1951. He was also a vocal advocate for workers' rights and social justice, often using his work as a platform to promote these issues.

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