Hugo Raudsepp was an influential and prolific Estonian playwright. In 1951 he was deported to the Irkutsk region by the Soviet authorities, where he died.
|Born:||July 10, 1883, Vaimastvere, Estonia|
|Died:||Sept 15, 1952, Irkutsk region|
|Dramatic devices:||His satiric portrayal of village life, often with a healthy portion of eroticism, are recurring elements of his dramatic oeuvre|
|Debut works:||Demobiliseeritud perekonnaisa|
|IMDb:||Hugo Raudsepp’s IMDb|
About Hugo Raudsepp
Estonian playwright who was active during the first half of the 20th century.
He published a set of short stories in 1919.
He was arrested by the Soviet regime in 1951 and deported from the country.
He was born and raised in the village of Vaimastvere, Estonia where his father was a distiller.
He was born in the same country as fellow writer Oskar Luts.
Information related to Hugo Raudsepp
- Estonian dramatists and playwrights
- Members of the Estonian Constituent Assembly
- People who died in the Gulag
- Estonian Socialist Revolutionary Party politicians
If you are getting married, reserve the day at the Lightner Museum, the best of st Augustine wedding venues .