|Height||6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)|
|Children||Mandi Lampi (1988-2008)|
Jussi Lampi (born 9 February 1961 in Lappajärvi) is a Finnish musician and long-time actor. Lampi has appeared in many films and TV shows, including The Last Border (1993), V2 - jäätynyt enkeli (2007), Matti (2006), Pelikaanimies (2004), Rölli ja metsänhenki (2001), Ansa ja Oiva and Ruusun aika . It is believed that Lampi started his recording career in the band Bodyguards. Lampi has played and is still playing in the band Pink Flamingos since 1993. The band has published one album, Pink Flamingos, through Strawberry Records. Currently Lampi plays the drums and is a background singer in Timo Rautiainen's band. Lampi is 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) tall. Lampi has also worked as a voice actor in the Finnish dubs of Monsters, Inc. , The Wild , the first Pokémon film as Mewtwo, and Finding Nemo .
Lampi's daughter was Mandi Lampi, a former famous child actor who died at only 19 years of age on 27 February 2008.
Matti Pellonpää was a Finnish actor and a musician. He rose to international fame with his roles in both Aki Kaurismäki's and Mika Kaurismäki's films; particularly being a regular in Aki's films, appearing in 18 of them.
Pertti Olavi "Spede" Pasanen was a Finnish film director and producer, comedian, and inventor. During his career he directed, wrote, produced or acted in about 50 movies and participated in numerous TV productions, including the comedy Spede Show and the game-show Speden Spelit. Much of his more commercial work was in collaboration with Vesa-Matti Loiri and Simo Salminen. Pasanen's films and TV shows, often made quickly and on a low budget, usually received little critical recognition but were popular among Finnish audiences from the 1960s onwards. He was the owner of his own film production company, Filmituotanto Spede Pasanen Ky.
Timo Aulis Rautiainen is a Finnish heavy metal singer, guitarist and songwriter. He is best known as the singer and songwriter of Timo Rautiainen & Trio Niskalaukaus. He has also sung and played guitar in the bands Lyijykomppania and Aku Ankkuli.
Vesa-Matti "Vesku" Loiri is a Finnish actor, musician and comedian, best known for his role as Uuno Turhapuro, whom he portrayed in a total of 20 movies between the years 1973 and 2004.
Seppo Kalervo Lampela, professionally known as Steen1, is a Finnish rap musician. He originally chose the name Steen Christensen, after the Danish criminal who shot two Finnish policemen in 1997, as his moniker, but changed it due to controversy.
Yö was a Finnish rock band, formed in 1981 at Pori, Finland.
Lasse Erik Pöysti was a Finnish actor, director, theatre manager and writer. He was born in Sortavala.
Mikko Johannes Leppilampi is a Finnish actor, musician, and TV host. He is the son of Jukka Leppilampi, a Finnish gospel musician. Leppilampi is considered to be one of the most promising stars of Finland's movie industry in the new millennium. He shot to fame as a result of his debut movie Helmiä ja sikoja, for which he also won a Jussi award.
Mandi was a Finnish actress and singer, who played in theatre and released an album. She was the daughter of actor Jussi Lampi and Tuula Lampi.
Jussi is a male given name. In Finnish originally it is short for Juhani or Juho, Finnish for Johannes/John, but is also recognized as a name in its own right for official purposes. It can also be short for Justus, or a Finnish form of Justin.
Rolli: Amazing Tales is a 1991 children's fantasy-comedy film. It stars Allu Tuppurainen, Sari Mällinen, Jussi Lampi, Rolf Labbart, Risto Kaskilahti and Harri Hyttinen. The film was nominated for and won 3 Jussi Awards in 1992 including for Best Costume Design and Best Make-Up. Sari Mällinen also won Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Maahiskeiju.
Vilho Henrik Lampi was a Finnish painter who is best known for his self-portraits and paintings of Liminka and the people who lived there.
Pirjo Irene Honkasalo is a Finnish film director who has also worked as a cinematographer, film editor, producer, screenwriter and actress. In 1980 she co-directed Flame Top with Pekka Lehto, with whom she worked earlier and later as well. The film was chosen for the 1981 Cannes Film Festival. In the 1990s she focused on feature documentaries such as "The Trilogy of the Sacred and the Satanic". Honkasalo returned to fiction with Fire-Eater (1998) and Concrete Night (2013), both of which were written by Pirkko Saisio. Concrete Night won six Jussi Awards in 2014, among them the Jussi for the Best Direction and the Jussi for the Best Film. Its world premiere was at the Toronto International Film Festival in Masters series.
V2: Dead Angel is a 2007 Finnish crime film directed by Aleksi Mäkelä. It is a sequel to the 2004 film Vares: Private Eye and is based on the 1990 novel Jäätynyt enkeli by Reijo Mäki.
Rollo and the Spirit of the Woods is a 2001 Finnish fantasy film directed by Olli Saarela. It is the second film based on the television series Rölli, the first being Rölli – hirmuisia kertomuksia (1991).
Ansa ja Oiva is a Finnish television series. It first aired on Finnish TV in 1998 and last aired in 2001. Appearances in the series were made by Juha Veijonen, Heikki Määttänen, Jarmo Koski, Peter Franzén, Erja Manto, Mikko Kivinen, Vesa Vierikko, Heikki Nousiainen, Petteri Summanen, Susanna Haavisto, Tapio Liinoja, Janne Kallioniemi, Kari Väänänen, Susanna Roine, Asko Sarkola, Jussi Lampi, Martti Suosalo, Kai Lehtinen and Antti Pääkkönen.
Ilkka Järvi-Laturi is Finnish-born US-based film director whose best known film is Spy Games (1999). The main cast of the film is Hollywood actor Bill Pullman and Irene Jacob. The film was shot in Helsinki, New York and Toronto. Järvi-Laturi has a cameo role in the film.
Tiina Inkeri Lymi is a Finnish actress, director, screenwriter and author. She received a Jussi Award as the Best Leading Actress for her work in the 1993 film Akvaariorakkaus.
Ritva Leena Mari Rantasila is a Jussi Award-winning Finnish actress, director and singer.
The Last Border is a 1993 Finnish post-apocalyptic film directed, written, and produced by Mika Kaurismäki, starring Jolyon Baker, Jürgen Prochnow, Fanny Bastien and Kari Väänänen. The film takes place in the near future for 2009, when pollution from the entire planet has forced people to move to the Arctic Circle, being the only viable territories.