Elina Salo in 1961, Moscow
Aino Elina Salo
9 March 1936
|Other names||Aino Elina Maisala|
|Spouse(s)||Pertti Maisala (1963–1975)|
Aino Elina Salo (born 9 March 1936 in Sipoo, Finland) is a Finnish film, theatre and television actress who has also done work in radio as a voice actor in children’s programming. In her career that began in 1956, Salo has appeared in over 50 films and television shows but she is best known for her work in Aki Kaurismäki’s films. She has been awarded three Jussi Awards for her work. In 2010, she was awarded the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Commandeur). Elina was also Little My in the Finnish dub of Moomin.
Salo lives mainly in France.
- Skandaali tyttökoulussa (1960)
- Komisario Palmun erehdys (1960)
- Kaasua, komisario Palmu! (1961)
- The Diary of a Worker (1967)
- Harry Munter (1970)
- Gangsterfilmen (1974)
- Poet and Muse (1978)
- Herr Puntila and His Servant Matti (1979)
- Hamlet Goes Business (1987)
- The Match Factory Girl (1990)
- Take Care of Your Scarf, Tatiana (1994)
- Drifting Clouds (1996)
- Juha (1999)
- The Man Without a Past (2002)
- Le Havre (2011)
- Kuka kukin on 2003, pp. 885–886. Helsinki: Otava, 2002. ISBN 951-1-18086-X
- "Elina Salo faite commandeur des Arts et Lettres" (in French) Retrieved 28 May 2014.
- Kilponen, Anna (11 October 2014). "Näyttelijä Elina Salo: "Oulun pojille lähtevät kortit"". Kaleva (in Finnish). Retrieved 26 March 2019.
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