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I’m doing the voice for Snufkin, a very isolated character who comes and goes to the Moomins in Moominvalley. In the series he’s debating whether he should return to Moominvalley or not because he’s this character that has always identified with isolation. He really, really wants to, but he really enjoys the nature and being on his own.
- Official Website Description
Snufkin is a philosophical vagabond who wanders the world fishing and playing the harmonica. He carries everything he needs in his backpack, as he believes that having too much stuff makes life overly complicated. Snufkin is easygoing and carefree and enjoys thinking about things. He always comes and goes as he pleases. He has plenty of admirers in Moominvalley, especially among the smaller and more timid inhabitants. Moomintroll is his best friend and Little My is his half-sister. Snufkin is also the son of the Mymble and the Joxter. Snufkin meets every new person and event with curiosity and a warm heart. He enjoys spending time with the Moomins in Moominvalley, but in November he always goes south for the winter, only returning to Moominvalley in the spring. The enigmatic Snufkin does not avoid other people’s company, but he does prefer to travel alone. On his journeys, he explores new places and tries his luck at fishing. Snufkin loves to go wandering at night and especially in...
Snufkin appears in the following books: 1. 2. Comet in Moominland- The first appearance of Snufkin. Here he meets with Moomintroll and Sniff on the journey to the observatory in an attempt to prevent the comet hitting Moominland. 2. 3. Finn Family Moomintroll- In this book, Snufkin's role as a solitary wanderer is firmly established: While he stays in Moominvalley during spring and early summer, in the late summer and last part of the book he leaves to go off on his wanderings, promising to return next spring. 3. 4. The Exploits of Moominpappa - Snufkin plays a minor role in this book, as one of the people who listen to Moominpappa's story, but his family background is also explained as his father, the Joxter, is a main character in the story. 4. 5. Moominsummer Madness- Here, Snufkin plays a larger role again. He battles a rule-obsessed Park Keeper, saves Little My when she gets separated from the rest of the family, and briefly (and unwillingly) becomes the father figure to a grou...Günter Knecht - Die MuminfamilieHiroyuki Nishimoto - Moomin and New MoominHåkan Serner - MumindalenTakehito Koyasu (Japanese dub) - Comet in Moominland
Tove Jansson based the character of Snufkin on her friend and one-time fiancé, Atos Wirtanen. He is voiced by Paavo Kerosuo in the Swedish version of Moominvalley and Edvin Endre in the English version of Moominvalley.
Edvin Endre, the new Snufkin in the Moominvalley TV series, is a Swedish actor known especially for his roles in Vikings and Eddie the Eagle – and for being a life-long Moomin fan and recently, to the great delight of Moomin fans, for advocating for a Moomin emoji.
Edvin Leonard Hugo Endre (born 1 July 1994) is a Swedish actor, best known for his role as 'Mister' in the 2013 Swedish comedy film Studentfesten. From 2014 to 2016, he played the recurring character Erlendur, son of King Horik, in the historical drama television series Vikings.
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Edvin Endre, Actor: Eddie the Eagle. Edvin Endre is an actor, known for Eddie the Eagle (2015), Vikings (2013) and Fortitude (2015).