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    Elisabet Reinsalu

    4/21/1976

    Elisabet Reinsalu

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    Elisabet Reinsalu (until 2012, Elisabet Tamm; born April 21, 1976) is an Estonian stage, television, voice, and film actress. Elisabet Reinsalu was born Elisabet Tamm in Tallinn to Tõnu Tamm and Mari Lill, both actors. She has an older sister named Katariina. Her maternal uncle is glass artist Ivo Lill. Reinsalu graduated from secondary school in 1994 from Tallinn Õismäe Humanitarian Gymnasium. She spent three years studying advertising and media at Tallinn Pedagogical University (now, Tallinn University) before entering the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre's Drama School, graduating in 2002. Among her graduating classmates were Priit Võigemast, Ott Aardam, Hele Kõrve, Karin Rask, Mart Toome, Evelin Võigemast, Maria Soomets, and Argo Aadli. She made her film debut at age 15 in 1991 as Rita in the Roman Baskin directed drama Rahu tänav for Tallinnfilm, starring Mikk Mikiver and Jüri Järvet. Following this role, she returned to her studies and didn't appear in another film until receiving a small roll in the 2002 Elmo Nüganen directed historical drama Nimed marmortahvlil, adapted from the 1936 Albert Kivikas novel of the same name about the 1918–1920 Estonian War of Independence. In 2006, she played the role of Ottilie in the Roman Baskin directed Vana daami visiit; based on 1956 tragicomic play The Visit by Swiss dramatist Friedrich Dürrenmatt, and starring Ita Ever and Aarne Üksküla. Other small film roles include, the Marko Raat directed Agent Sinikael in 2002; the Mart Arjukese directed film short Viimane öö in 2003; as a voice actress in the Hardi Volmer directed animated film short Barbarid in 2003; in the 2005 Leeni Linna directed dramatic short film Personal Space; and the Sander Allikmäe directed dramatic short film Kastis in 2012. In addition to film roles, she has also had a career as a voice actress; often dubbing foreign animated film characters into Estonian. She has voiced the characters Colette Tatou in Pixar's 2007 American computer-animated comedy film Ratatouille; Vanellope von Schweetz in the American 3D computer-animated fantasy-comedy film Wreck-It Ralph, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios; and Maggie in the 2013 3D Belgian-French computer-animated fantasy-comedy film The House of Magic, among others. Tamm's first prominent television role as an actress was as Rita Leidpalu in the 2006–2007 ETV crime drama serial Ohtlik lend. In 2008, she appeared in the role of Helmi Reiman in the ETV twelve-part television historical mini-series Tuulepealne maa, which focused on the pre-World War II history of Estonia, its birth as a country, the Estonian War of Independence, post-war life throughout 1920 up to 1941 and World War II. Since 2010, she has appeared as Mari Murakas in the popular Kanal 2 drama series Pilvede all. In 2013, she played a central character named Vivian in the TV3 drama series Kartulid ja apelsinid.

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