Lembit Sibul

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Lembit Sibul (January 14, 1947 — October 2, 2001) was an Estonian humorist and stage actor, known for his work with the Estonian satire and humor magazine, Pikker.[1][2]

In 1997 Lembit Sibul was awarded the Estonian humor award Meie Mats.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IM MEMORIAM: Suri humorist Lembit Sibul", Eesti Päevaleht, October 8, 2001 (retrieved Dec. 23, 2012) (Estonian)
  2. ^ "Sibula Lempsi ei ole enam.", Õhtuleht, October 6, 2001 (Estonian)
  3. ^ "Meie Mats on Lembit Sibul", Õhtuleht, April 1, 1997 (retrieved December 25, 2012) (Estonian)