Finnish actresses died in 1964

Here are 2 famous actresses from Finland died in 1964:

Rosi Rinne

Rosi Rinne (January 16, 1896 Tampere-December 27, 1964) a.k.a. Rosi Elisabet Helminen was a Finnish actor. She had one child, Saara Liisa Rinne.

Rinne was a prominent figure in the Finnish theatre scene of the 20th century. She began her acting career in 1917 with the Finnish Theatre in Helsinki and later joined the Swedish Theatre in Helsinki in 1922. Rinne subsequently became a founding member of the Helsinki City Theatre in 1932 and remained a member of its ensemble until her death in 1964.

Throughout her career, Rinne played a variety of leading roles in both theatre and film productions. She was particularly known for her interpretations of works by Finnish writer Aleksis Kivi, such as the female protagonist in his novel "Seitsemän veljestä" (Seven Brothers).

Rinne's legacy has continued to be celebrated in Finland. In 1995, the Finnish Post released a stamp featuring Rinne in honor of the centennial of her birth. Additionally, the Rosi Rinne award, which recognizes outstanding achievements in theatre, is named after her.

Sirkka Sipilä

Sirkka Sipilä (May 1, 1920 Jurva-December 29, 1964 Imatra) was a Finnish actor.

She made her debut on stage in 1940 and later appeared in numerous films and television shows, becoming one of the most popular actresses in Finland in the 1950s. Sirkka Sipilä was known for her versatility as an actress, portraying a wide range of characters in both comedic and dramatic roles. Some of her most notable films include "Radio tekee murron" (1951), "Miehen kylkiluu" (1953), and "Suomisen taiteilijat" (1952). Despite her success, Sipilä's life ended tragically in 1964 when she took her own life. Her legacy, however, lives on through her contributions to Finnish cinema and theater.

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