Veera W. Vilo is a Finnish actress born in 1990.
She studied acting in the United Kingdom and graduated from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, School of Performing Arts with her BA Acting degree in 2014.
Her most featured works include a lead role in an upcoming classical horror film Tuftland, a supporting role in an award-winning horror-comedy film Bunny The Killer Thing, and a female lead in an emotionally packed thriller The Years. In addition to these she has appeared in tv-series such as Nymphs and Da Vinci’s Demons.
Veera is a former national team gymnast and world champion in aesthetic group gymnastics.
Name: Veera W. Vilo
Lives in: Helsinki, Finland
Occupation: Actor, Producer and Choreographer
Jarin Matka 2: Ylösnousemus
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Film (Horror and Mystery) Actress In need for a change Irina takes on a summer job in the secluded town of Kyrsyä.
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Film (Fantasy, Horror and War) Actress The war amongst men had an influence on the beings of the forest. Now the beings demand revenge. Balance between men and the forest has been broken.
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Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actress A camera man follows actor Jari Manninen's journey to his movie premiere. Some things you should NEVER film.
Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress This Finnish drama film, directed by Tiina Lymi, tells the story of a childless career woman and a girl on the run away from the girl's grandmother. The director, screenwriter and producer and most of the actors in this film are all women.
Film (Drama) Actress Sang-min comes to Finland to send her autistic son to a special camp, but she feels extremely alienated in snow covered-white Helsinki. Ki-hong is an architect working in Finland on dispatched duty. His family is not so perfect either with a daughter having child depression and mentally unease wife. The two meet for the first time at the gathering point of this special camp. They get to have a short trip to the camp together in silence but start to feel comfortable and connected to each other. On their way back to Helsinki, with the road blocked from heavy snow, Sang-min and Ki-hong are isolated in a cabin by the forest and lake. Carried away by irresistible passion, they spend a night together. But the next day, they go separate ways without asking each other's name... Written by subratjain1
Love Records: Anna mulle Lovee
Film (Biography, Drama and Music) Actress The rise and fall of Love Records record label in 1960's and 1970's Finland.
Film by Roope Olenius (Action, Drama and Thriller) Actress, Writer A world class figure skater escapes Russian mafia to Finland.
Film by Sami Pöyry (Drama and Thriller) Actress, Producer Jussi and Maiju visit their childhood friend only to shockingly realize he's not what they remember him to be.
The Girl King
Film by Mika Kaurismäki (Biography and Drama) Actress An enigmatic young woman in conflict - torn between reason and passion; between her woman's body and being raised as a prince; between the ancient and modern worlds and between the brilliance of her educated mind and the conservative forces around her. Crowned Queen at the age of six, Kristina of Sweden was thrust into a labyrinth of power and tradition, where a court of austere, Lutheran men pressure her to marry and produce an heir to fulfill her destiny. She finds sanctuary and love with her lady-in-waiting, the beautiful and elegant, countess Ebba Sparre, although the Chancellor, Axel Oxenstierna, pressures her to pair with his son, Johan. Soon the forces around the Queen realize that Ebba is the key to controlling her, but they underestimate Kristina's brilliant mind and her drive to be free. Written by Triptych Media Inc.
Film by Jevgeni Lensu (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress, Casting department Etsinnässä (Searching for You) is a story about Joni, a young man in his twenties, who returns to his hometown for summer vacation from university. While on his vacation, Joni tries to find himself and happiness.
Film by Laurence Williams (Drama and Thriller) Actress Eva Petkov, a young Bulgarian painter and artist living in London, Eva was traumatized at a very early age by her father's affairs and his abuse towards her mother, to this day Eva has grown up mistrusting men. Follow Eva making her way to fame and fortune, but beware, don't get too close as she will discard you like her old toys. This story is emotional, heart wrenching and seductive but really shows how far Eva will go to escape her dreadful past and build a new life. Written by Laurence Williams & Lin Boycheva
Bunny the Killer Thing
Film by Joonas Makkonen (Action, Comedy and Horror) Actress, Casting department A group of Finnish and British people get stuck at a cabin when they are attacked by a creature that is a half human, half rabbit.
Rage: Midsummer's Eve
Film by Tii Ricks (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Actress American and British friends studying in Finland decide to take up an offer to travel to the Arctic Circle and experience the mysterious, pagan celebration of Midsummer's Eve.
Film by Taneli Mustonen (Comedy) Actress Three friends from class '95 go on a journey to a reunion.
Lordi: Scare Force One
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Film by Antti Heikki Pesonen (Comedy and Drama) Actress A single mon tries to rescue her daughter from state custody with the help of a teacher and a stranger with bad drinking habits.
Film by Niko Kostet (Action, Mystery and Thriller) Actress Trapped inside the subsystem underneath the streets and suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning, fireman Jesse must confront his inner demons to capture the infamous pyromaniac, who has kept the city in a nightmare like state.
Film (short) by Jevgeni Lensu (Comedy) Actress
Television by Miikko Oikkonen (Drama and Fantasy) Actress When full moon rises above a small town, Didi Tasson, 17, makes love to her boyfriend for the first time. The boy dies. The next morning Didi meets two incredible women, Kati Ordana and Nadia Rapaccini. They tell Didi she is a nymph. Didi had to learn her new rules and norms quickly, and she has to leave her family, friends and home behind. Things don't get any easier when Didi falls madly in love with an ordinary mortal, Samuel Koski. As we all have learned from ancient tragedies, relationships between divine beings and mortals can only end up in tragedy. Written by Miikko Oikkonen
Film by Taru Mäkelä (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress August Fools is a romantic comedy set against the political background of the Cold War. Elsa (Kati Outinen), a middle-aged hat maker and part-time clairvoyant, is apparently in total control of her life - until the man she once loved and lost walks in through the door of her Helsinki hat shop in 1962. Jan (Miroslav Etzler), a Czech jazz musician, is in town to perform at the "International Festival of Peace and Friendship of the Youth of the World." For more than two decades Elsa believed the man was dead. Elsa initially wants to stay away from Jan - and especially from the Festival, which for her is just another attempt by the International Communists to brainwash the good, unsuspecting citizens of Western countries, such as Finland. But Jan is persistent, persuasive and charming. As Elsa eventually overcomes her fear of love and commitment, she realizes there is only one solution if the two of them want to be together for more than the seven days of the Festival. Written by Czech film center
Capture the Night
Film (short) by Paride Odierna (Music) Actress, Producer
The Perfect Heist
Film by Ilkka Tarumaa (Crime, Drama and Romance) Actress, Miscellaneous Crew The Perfect Heist is a modern silent feature film telling a story about Diamond Heist.
Film by Matti Kinnunen (Comedy, Drama and Music) Actress
A Very European Christmas
Film (short) by Bob Denham (Comedy) Actress
Film by Mika Alasalmi (Drama) Actress The White Sheep is about a man who is hated by almost everyone because of his red eyes and what they signify. The red-eyed man fights against hatred with the only weapon he has - his smile. That smile, however, is not real, and he only has one desperate solution to make it real: he will live a life of anonymity by covering his face forever. The problem is that only the law enforcers are allowed to cover their faces. He will do what it takes to join them - even if that means selling his soul to the devil. The White Sheep is a drama with supernatural elements about desperation, hatred, and people who never want anyone to see who they really are. Written by Anonymous
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Film by Oskari Sipola (Drama) Actress Summer begins, Aku graduates high school and faces a great emptiness. As his girlfriend, parents and friends all leave the city, it looks to be the dullest summer ever. Everything changes at Midsummer when Aku meets Juli, a beautiful, strange and wild girl. Juli asks Aku for a ride to eastern Finland. Aku agrees - without any idea what he's getting himself into. Written by Anonymous
University of Wales Trinity Saint David, School of Theatre and Performing Arts