Finnish actors died because of Suicide

Here are 3 famous actors from Finland died in Suicide:

Tony Halme

Tony Halme (January 6, 1963 Helsinki-January 8, 2010 Helsinki) otherwise known as Tony Christian Halme, Tony 'The Viking' Halme, Tony 'The Viking' White, Tony 'Viking' Halme, Ludvig Borga, Viikinki, The Viking, Finland Thor or Finnish Hellraiser Thor was a Finnish writer, politician, actor, professional boxer, wrestler and athlete.

He started his athletic career as a shot putter and discus thrower, winning several national championships in these events. He then transitioned to professional wrestling, where he competed under various names across Europe and Japan, and eventually joined the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) in the early 1990s, where he became known as Ludvig Borga.

After retiring from wrestling, Halme became involved in politics in his home country of Finland. He was elected to the Finnish parliament in 2003 as a member of the True Finns party and served until 2007. Halme was also a prolific author and published several books throughout his life.

Despite his many accomplishments, Halme struggled with addiction and mental health issues in his later years. He died by suicide in 2010 at the age of 47.

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Masa Niemi

Masa Niemi (July 20, 1914 Vyborg-May 3, 1960 Tampere) also known as Martti Niemi, Martti "Masa" Elis Niemi or Martti Elis Niemi was a Finnish actor, comedian and musician.

Niemi began his career as a musician, playing the saxophone and clarinet in various orchestras. In the 1940s, he transitioned to acting and quickly gained popularity for his comedic roles in Finnish films. Niemi's most iconic character was SKp (Sörkan Kuningas Pertti), a comedic alter ego that he portrayed in many films.

In addition to his film work, Niemi also acted in several stage productions and was a regular performer on Finnish television. He was known for his sharp wit and humor, and his performances were always well-received by audiences.

Despite his success, Niemi struggled with alcoholism throughout his life, and his health began to suffer as a result. He died in 1960 at the age of 45, leaving behind a legacy as one of Finland's most beloved entertainers.

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Rauli Tuomi

Rauli Tuomi (July 15, 1919 Helsinki-February 2, 1949 Helsinki) also known as Rauli Rafael Arvid Tuomi was a Finnish actor.

Despite his short career in acting due to his untimely death at the young age of 29, Rauli Tuomi is considered as one of the most promising actors of his time. He began his acting career in the mid-1940s and appeared in several movies such as "Punainen viiva" (1949), "Valkoinen peura" (1952), and "Kaunis Veera eli Ballaadi Saimaalta" (1950) where he played a male lead role.

Tuomi was known for his exceptional talent in portraying complex and emotional characters, which made him a favorite among audiences and critics alike. He was also known for his collaboration with famous Finnish director Edvin Laine, with whom he worked on several films.

Aside from his acting career, Rauli Tuomi was also an accomplished musician, and he wrote lyrics for a few Finnish songs. Despite his achievements in both acting and music, Tuomi's life was cut short when he died of a heart attack in 1949. Despite his short career, he has left an indelible mark on the Finnish entertainment industry, and his legacy continues to live on to this day.

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