Actress Anneli Sauli is dead

Sauli died in a nursing home late Tuesday night, Ilta-Sanomat says.

Actor Anneli Sauli has died at the age of 89, Evening News says. According to the newspaper, Sauli died in a nursing home in Helsinki late Tuesday night.

Born in 1932, Sauli starred in more than 40 films during his career. He is remembered, for example, for his roles in Finnish films in the Finnish Film Industry.

Saul’s breakthrough film is considered to be the 1953 film Quiet – milk girl.

“For my mother, the favorite role of black and white films was filmed in 1957 Miriamin which she portrayed a maid-girl like Hilja the milkmaid, ”says Saul’s daughter Johanna Lahtinen To Ilta-Sanomat.

Sauli also starred in films and theater roles in Germany, where he moved in the late 1950s.

In Germany, she used the artist name Ann Savo. Sauli was real name Anneli Pakkasvirta, a relative of Savolainen.

Later, Sauli starred in television series, for example Hovimäki and Hand nest. In the 21st century, he was seen in movies, for example Man without a past, Ganes and Encounters.

In 2010, Sauli was awarded the State Prize for Art. In 2013, he received the Betoni-Jussi Award for his life’s work.

By Editor

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