Tommi Korpela

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Tommi Korpela
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Tommi Korpela in Espoo, 2007
Born (1968-08-23) 23 August 1968 (age 52)
Helsinki, Finland
Occupation Actor

Tommi Korpela (born 23 August 1968) is a Finnish actor. [1] [2] He has won the Jussi Award for Best Actor all together three times - a feat that has been accomplished by only two Finnish actors before him: Lasse Pöysti and Tauno Palo.

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Filmography

YearFilmRoleDirectorNotes
1993True MagicPaavali Prinkkala Saara Cantell
1996Viisasten kiviTeppo Sakari Kirjavainen
1997A Clear Winter's DayTeuvoSaara Cantell
1997Good DeedsBouncerMarkus Nummi
1997TodayEija-Liisa Ahtila
1997Jäänmurtaja - IcebreakerMutanenHeikki Kujanpää
1997Kersantin kunniaSergeant JuntunenVeli-Matti Saikkonen
1999Rikos ja rakkausAarne Sirkiä Pekka Milonoff
2001 The Classic P.E.Teacher Kari Väänänen
2001 On the Road to Emmaus Kuoppala Markku Pölönen
2002Haaveiden kehäPolice Matti Ijäs
2002 Rumble Mäkinen Jani Volanen
2003 Bad Boys Mutka Aleksi Mäkelä
2003 Raid Russian criminal Tapio Piirainen
2003 Rare Exports Inc. Marker Jalmari Helander
2004 Vares: Private Eye Uusniitty Aleksi Mäkelä
2005 For the Living and the Dead Kai Kari Paljakka
2006 Unna ja Nuuk AltiSaara Cantell
2006 Lights in the Dusk Lecturer Aki Kaurismäki
2006 Soap Assistant Director Janne Kuusi
2007 V2: Dead Angel Tom Marjola Aleksi Mäkelä
2007 A Man's Work Juha Hakala Aleksi Salmenperä Won - Jussi Award for Best Actor
2007 Ganes Otto Aaltonen Jukka-Pekka Siili
2007 The Border Heikki Kiljunen Lauri Törhönen
2007 The Home of Dark Butterflies Olavi Harjula Dome Karukoski
2007 The Flight Before Christmas Leader of the herdMichael Hegner

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2007Falling Angels Lauri Viita Heikki Kujanpää Won - Jussi Award for Best Actor
2009Where is where?DeathEija-Liisa Ahtila
2009 Forbidden Fruit Preacher Dome Karukoski
2009 Last Cowboy Standing Ossi Kallio Zaida Bergroth
2009 Backwood Philosopher Kronberg Kari Väänänen
2010 Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Aimo Jalmari Helander
2010 The Patient The Patient Misko Iho
2010Priest of EvilKengu Olli Saarela
2010 Kotirauha Jaatinen Aleksi Mäkelä
2012 Purge Martin Truu Antti Jokinen
2014SantaJussiMarius IvaskeviciusNominated - Sidabrinė gervė Award for Best Actor
2015 Wildeye Gödel Antti Jokinen
2015HäiriötekijäVarious characters Aleksi Salmenperä Won - Jussi Award for Best Actor
2016 Bodom Hiker's voiceTaneli Mustonen
2016The Mine Aleksi Salmenperä
2017 The Other Side of Hope Melartin Aki Kaurismäki
2017 The Eternal Road Jussi KetolaAntti-Jussi Annila
2019 Maria's Paradise
2020 The Last Ones
2021 Omerta 6/12 Aku Louhimies

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