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Tiensuu is a Finnish surname that may refer to

Jukka Tiensuu is a Finnish contemporary classical composer, harpsichordist, pianist and conductor.

Tuukka Tiensuu is a Finnish TV-director, writer and producer. He is best known for the internationally successful Finnish TV-series The Dudesons, Kill Arman and The Dudesons in America.

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