Evelin Samuel

1975 - Today

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Evelin Samuel (born 13 May 1975) is an Estonian singer, songwriter, musical theater performer, author of children's books and participant in the Eurovision Song Contest. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Evelin Samuel has received more than 46,558 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Evelin Samuel is the 3,552nd most popular singer (down from 3,071st in 2019), the 289th most popular biography from Estonia (down from 236th in 2019) and the 20th most popular Estonian Singer.

Memorability Metrics

  • 47k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 31.67

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 17

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.65

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.82

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among singers, Evelin Samuel ranks 3,552 out of 4,381Before her are Sheila Chandra, Tove Styrke, B.o.B., Bok van Blerk, Ksenia Sitnik, and Rahzel. After her are Triinu Kivilaan, Ester Peony, Kanon Wakeshima, Stefania Liberakakis, Melody, and May J..

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Among people born in 1975, Evelin Samuel ranks 840Before her are Julian Dean, Fawzia Koofi, Yoshinobu Akao, Nat Faxon, Renate Lingor, and Imants Bleidelis. After her are Moussa Mara, Simon Whitfield, Ashley Fisher, Petr Čajánek, Tomas Masiulis, and Elena Grushina.

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In Estonia

Among people born in Estonia, Evelin Samuel ranks 289 out of 351Before her are Tõnu Tõniste (1967), Artur Kotenko (1981), Tanel Kangert (1987), Laura Põldvere (1988), Kristjan Kangur (1982), and Tarmo Neemelo (1982). After her are Triinu Kivilaan (1989), Roland Lessing (1978), Stefan Airapetjan (1997), Kristen Viikmäe (1979), Marko Asmer (1984), and Janek Tombak (1976).

Among SINGERS In Estonia

Among singers born in Estonia, Evelin Samuel ranks 20Before her are Gerli Padar (1979), Marya Roxx (1986), Elina Born (1994), Ott Lepland (1987), Getter Jaani (1993), and Laura Põldvere (1988). After her are Triinu Kivilaan (1989), Stefan Airapetjan (1997), Sandra Nurmsalu (1988), Alika Milova (2002), and Jüri Pootsmann (1994).