Finnish musicians died because of Natural causes

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Leif Wager

Leif Wager (February 11, 1922 Helsinki-March 23, 2002 Helsinki) a.k.a. Wager, Leif or Leif Christian Wager was a Finnish actor.

His albums include Romanssi and Romanssi / Ramona.

Leif Wager began his acting career in the early 1940s, appearing in Finnish films such as "Scapegoat" and "The Milkmaid". He quickly became a popular leading man in Finnish cinema and also gained a following as a singer. In addition to his successful acting career, Wager also released several music albums throughout the 1950s and 60s.

One of his most notable roles was in the film "Punainen viiva" (The Red Line), which won the Grand Prix award at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival. He continued to act in films and on television into the 1990s, earning critical acclaim for his performances in dramas such as "Kesä ja hellät tunteet" (Summer and Tender Feelings) and "Jäähyväiset presidentille" (Farewell to the President).

Outside of his artistic career, Wager was heavily involved in the Finnish scouting movement and served as the chairman of the Finnish Guide and Scout Association. He was also a respected painter and sculptor.

Leif Wager passed away in Helsinki in 2002 at the age of 80, leaving behind a lasting legacy in Finnish culture as a talented actor, singer, artist, and community leader.

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