Maria Salomaa is an interesting multifaceted actress with wide experience from theatre, film, tv and radio productions. She graduated from the Theatre Academy in Helsingfors Finland 2003 and was shortly after that employed at the Wasa Theatre in Finland. She became a member of the ensemble at the Stockholms Stadsteater in Sweden in 2006. From autumn 2017 she is employed at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm and will appear in King Oidipus/Antigone by Sofokles staged by Eirik Stubø.
Some roles to be mentioned in Maria Salomaa’s career so far are Anna Stjärnhök in the Tale of Gösta Berling staged by Runar Hodne, Virginia in the Life of Galileo staged by Lennart Hjulström, Agnés in Hustruskolan and Syster Rosa in Allt om min mamma both staged by Philip Zandén, Eleonora in Påsk staged by Eirik Stubø, Masja in Måsen staged by Jan Håkanson, Den Grönklädda in Peer Gynt, staging Lars Rudolfsson, Edith Södergran in Edith – Skrattande strimma av scharlakanssol staged by Cilla Back and Yse in När dagen vänder staged by Wilhelm Carlsson.