Hugo Laur (20 March 1893 Käru, Simuna Parish, Wierland County – 20 December 1977 Tallinn) was an Estonian actor.[1]

1918-1949 he worked at Estonia Theatre, and 1949–1965 at Estonian Drama Theatre.[1]

1951-1954 he was a member of Supreme Soviet of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic.[1]

Selected filmographyEdit

  • 1930 Kire lained (feature film; role: Bratt)
  • 1947 Elu tsitadellis (feature film; role: Professor August Miilas, botanist)
  • 1951 Valgus Koordis (feature film; role: Saamu)
  • 1955: Kui saabub õhtu (feature film; role: Narrator)
  • 1955: Andruse õnn (feature film; role: Vaga)
  • 1956 Tagahoovis (feature film; role: Soin)
  • 1957: Juunikuu päevad (feature film)
  • 1959: Kutsumata külalised (feature film; role: Reps)
  • 1962 Jääminek (feature film; role: Laas Lautrikivi)
  • 1963 Jäljed (feature film; role: Julius Raagen)
  • 1963: Jalgrattataltsutajad (feature film; role: Bicycle factory guard)
  • 1964: Põrgupõhja uus Vanapagan (feature film; role: Filth hauler)
  • 1965: Me olime 18-aastased (feature film; role: Teenus)
  • 1968: Hullumeelsus (feature film)
  • 1969: Viimne reliikvia (feature film)
  • 1970: Valge laev (feature film; role: Jalans)
  • 1970: Kolme katku vahel (television film; role: Old Slahter)
  • 1971: Tuuline rand (feature film; role: Pime-Kaarli)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Laur, Hugo - Eesti Entsüklopeedia". etbl.teatriliit.ee. Retrieved 5 May 2021.