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Pirkko Saisio

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Spouse(s)  Pirjo Honkasalo
Partner  Pirjo Honkasalo

Role  Author
Name  Pirkko Saisio
Children  Elsa Helena Saisio
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Born  16 April 1949 (age 66) (1949-04-16) Helsinki, Finland
Occupation  author, actress, director
Awards  J. H. Erkko Award (1975) Finlandia Prize (2003) Pro Finlandia (2007)
Books  Punainen erokirja, Betoniyo
Movies  Concrete Night, The 3 Rooms of Melancholia, Fire‑Eater, Lovers & Leavers, Da Capo
Similar People  Pirjo Honkasalo, Elsa Helena Saisio, Aku Louhimies, Harri Hyttinen, Peter Flinckenberg

Alma mater  Theatre Academy Helsinki

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Pirkko Helena Saisio (born 16 April 1949) is a Finnish author, actress and director. She has also written under the pen names Jukka Larsson and Eva Wein. Saisio has a broad literary output, dealing with many kinds of texts from film screenplays all the way to librettos for the ballet. Her novel Betoniyö (1981) was adapted into a feature film Concrete Night in 2013 by Pirjo Honkasalo.

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Saisio received her degree in acting from Suomen teatterikoulu (now Theatre Academy) in 1975 and worked there as a professor of dramaturgy in 1997 and 2001. In 1975 she won the J. H. Erkko Award for her debut novel Elämänmeno.

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Saisio's daughter, whose father is the late Harri Hyttinen, is actress Elsa Saisio. Pirkko Saisio lives in a same-sex partnership with film director Pirjo Honkasalo.

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