Titta Jokinen

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Titta Jokinen
Titta Jokinen 1976.jpg
Titta Jokinen in 1976.
Born (1951-02-23) 23 February 1951 (age 71)
Kalanti, Finland

Titta Jokinen (born 23 February 1951 in Kalanti, Finland) is a Finnish actress. [1]



Jokinen has appeared in both Finnish film and television since 1973. She appeared in the 1983 James Bond spoof Agent 000 and the Deadly Curves [2] opposite actors Ilmari Saarelainen and Tenho Sauren but since the 1980s has mainly appeared on TV.

Personal life

Jokinen's daughter Kiti Kokkonen is an actress and writer. [1]

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  1. 1 2 "Titta Jokinen ja Kiti Kokkonen soittelevat jopa 7 kertaa päivässä – äiti äärettömän ylpeä tyttärestään: "Käsittämätön luomisen halu"". www.iltalehti.fi (in Finnish). Retrieved 2 November 2021.
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