Finnish actors died because of Heart failure

Here are 1 famous actors from Finland died in Heart failure:

Matti Pellonpää

Matti Pellonpää (March 28, 1951 Helsinki-July 13, 1995 Vaasa) also known as Matti Pellonpaa, Matti Kalervo Pellonpää or Peltsi was a Finnish actor and musician.

He began his acting career in the mid-1970s, and he was known for his distinctive voice and downtrodden look, which helped cement his reputation as a character actor. In 1983, he gained international recognition for his role in the Aki Kaurismäki film "Ariel," which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival. Pellonpää went on to collaborate frequently with Kaurismäki, appearing in many of his films, including "Shadows in Paradise" (1986), "The Match Factory Girl" (1990), and "Leningrad Cowboys Go America" (1989).

Apart from his acting career, Pellonpää was also a talented musician, and he played the bass in several rock bands. He wrote and performed music for some of Kaurismäki's films, including the theme song for "Take Care of Your Scarf, Tatiana" (1994). Sadly, Pellonpää's life was cut short at the age of 44 due to a heart attack. His performances in Kaurismäki's films continue to be celebrated for their unique style and deep humanity.

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