About Marko Matvere
February 04, 1968
Marko Matvere (born February 4, 1968 in Pärnu) is an Estonian actor, singer and director. He graduated from Pärnu 1st Secondary School in 1986. After graduating from the XIV flight of the Performing Arts Department of the Tallinn Conservatory in 1990, he started working as an actor at the Tallinn City Theatre, where he worked until 2004. Since then he has been working as a freelancer. He is married to Tiina Matvere and they have a daughter, Matilde, and a son, Oskar. Matvere has performed in many musicals, including Les Misérables, Tanz der Vampire, The Sound of Music, and Miss Saigon. He has performed the main role in several films ("Georg) and television series. He hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2002 with Annely Peebo. He has also hosted the TV show Songs with Stars with Karin Rask. He has been a member of the music group "Väikeste lõõtspillide ühing" ("Association of Little Accordions") since 1989 and released two albums with Jaan Tätte. He made his first movie appearance in Suflöör (1993). So far, Matvere has played or voiced in seven films and television series including foreign TV- series.