|Years active 1980–present|
Name Kati Outinen
|Full Name Anna Katriina Outinen|
Born 17 August 1961 (age 54) (1961-08-17) Helsinki, Finland
Occupation Actor, Professor in Acting
Awards Cannes Best Actress Award, Jussi Award for Best Leading Actress
Nominations European Film Award for Best Actress, Czech Lion Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Movies Le Havre, The Man Without a Past, The Match Factory Girl, Drifting Clouds, Shadows in Paradise
Similar People Aki Kaurismaki, Elina Salo, Matti Pellonpaa, Esko Nikkari, Timo Salminen
Interview kati outinen on aki kaurism ki and his film le havre
Anna Katriina "Kati" Outinen (born 17 August 1961) is a Finnish actress who has often played leading female roles in Aki Kaurismäki's films.
- Interview kati outinen on aki kaurism ki and his film le havre
- Kati outinen on working with aki kaurism ki and how she judges a film jamuura at jio mami
- Partial filmography
Outinen was born in Helsinki. Having studied under Jouko Turkka during her "reign" of drama studies in Finland, she nevertheless has never been associated with the "turkkalaisuus" school of acting methodology. Her breakthrough role was as a tough girl in the generational classic youth film Täältä tullaan elämä (1980) by Tapio Suominen.
In 1984, she appeared in Aikalainen.
Besides a strong domestic reputation gained through a widely varied list of roles in theater and television drama, film director Aki Kaurismäki's films have brought Outinen international attention and even adulation, particularly in Germany and France. Her first work together with Kaurismäki was Shadows in Paradise in 1986. At the 2002 Cannes Film Festival, Outinen won the award for Best Actress for the Kaurismäki film The Man Without a Past.
Outinen worked as a Professor in Acting at the Theatre Academy Helsinki years 2002–2013.