Who was Kirill Teiter?
Kirill Teiter was a former Politician, Journalist, and humorist. Kirill Teiter was also known in Saaremaa as the King of Torgu.
Teiter, who was born on August 25, 1952, earned an economics degree from the Tallinn Polytechnic Institute in 1975 and a journalism degree from Tartu State University in 1986, according to regional newspaper Saarte Hääl (link in Estonian).
Teiter worked as an engineer, an economist, a journalist, and a press spokesman over his lifetime, in addition to being a member of the Tallinn Unit of the volunteer Estonian Defense League (KL) from 1992 to 2009.
Teiter served on the Tallinn City Council as a representative of the Estonian Green Movement from 1989 until 1993. (ERL). He stood for the Riigikogu in 1992 as a member of the satirical Independent Royalist Party of Estonia, and won a personal mandate with 6,314 votes.
Teiter, was also crowned Kirill I, king of the Kingdom of Torgu on the Saaremaa Peninsula’s Srve Peninsula, which was established to restore Torgu Municipality’s rights as a de jure part of the Republic of Estonia’s territory.
Teiter was a member of the satirical Estonian journal Pikker as well as RAMETO, Vikerraadio’s radio entertainment programs editorial board, and published the novels “Kirill!” “Kurjam ja Nurjam,” “Kati ja Jeti,” “Autoaeg,” and “Mina, miilits.”
How old was Kirill Teiter?
Kirill Teiter was born on August 25, 1952. He was 62 years old at the time of death.