About Mikk Jürjens
January 27, 1987
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Mikk Jürjens (born 27 January 1987) is an Estonian stage, television, film, and voice actor, singer, and television presenter whose career began in the mid-2000s. Mikk Jürjens was born and raised in the town of Rapla in Rapla County. In 2006, he enrolled in the performing arts department of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in Tallinn to study acting under course supervisor Hendrik Toompere Jr., graduating in 2010. Among his graduating classmates were: Marta Laan, Liis Haab, Lauri Kaldoja, Liisa Pulk, Roland Laos, Hendrik Toompere Jr. Jr., Sandra Uusberg-Üksküla, and Kristjan Üksküla. Mikk Jürjens film career began in 2010 with a role in the Hardi Keerutaja-directed short student film Ei oska filmi teha opposite Pääru Oja and Viire Valdma. This was followed by several other short films, and in 2011 he voiced the character Tik the Moon Rabbit in the Heiki Ernits and Janno Põldma-directed animated children's film Lotte ja kuukivi saladus, which was the second full-length feature film of the popular Estonian Lotte franchise. Jürjens has also worked as voice actor in two other Estonian animated films: the Martinus Daane Klemet-directed XYZtopia, and the Mait Laas-directed puppet opera feature film Lisa Limone ja Maroc Orange: tormakas armulugu, both released in 2013.