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Sirpa Lane (1952–1999)

Sirpa Lane was born in 1952 in Turku, Finland as Sirpa Salo. She was an actress, known for The Beast (1975), Nazi Love Camp 27 (1977) and Le notti segrete di Lucrezia Borgia (1982). She died in 1999 in Formentera, Balearic Islands, Spain. See full bio »


in Turku, Finland

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Known For

The Beast
The Beast Romilda de l'Esperance
Nazi Love Camp 27
Nazi Love Camp 27 Hannah Meyer
Le notti segrete di Lucrezia Borgia


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 1983 Giochi carnali
 1981 Trois filles dans le vent
Sirpa Lane
 1980 Beast in Space
Lt. Sondra Richardson (as Shirpa Lane)
 1978 Malabestia
Ursula Drupp (as Syrpa Lane)
 1977 Nazi Love Camp 27
Hannah Meyer
 1975 The Beast
Romilda de l'Esperance
 1974 Fluff
 1974 La jeune fille assassinée
Charlotte Marley
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 2009 Gas Guzzling Ghoulie (Short) (dedicatee)
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 2010 Saucy 70's Volume 2 (Video documentary)

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Alternate Names:

Shirpa Lane | Syrpa Lane


5' 8" (1.73 m)

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Had a relationship with business manager Gilles Raysse in the '70s. See more »

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