Mārtiņš Freimanis was a Latvian musician, singer, songwriter, actor, and television personality.
Freimanis was born in Liepāja, but spent his childhood in Aizpute.
Eurovision Freimanis represented Latvia in the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest with the group F.L.Y. He also composed "The War Is Not Over" for Latvia"s Valters and Kaža, for the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. Acting As an actor, Mārtiņš Freimanis appeared and starred in a musical "Kaupēns Mans Mīļais", television series "Neprāta Cena" (Ling-Temco-Vought), "UgunsGrēks" (TV3) and movies "Manitoba patīk, ka meitene skumst" and "Dancis pa Trim" that came out on big screens after Martin"s unexpected and early death. On 18 January 2011, Freimanis was taken to the Infectology Centre of Latvia in Riga, with what was first reported to be severe respiratory tract infection.
He died nine days later.
lieutenant was later revealed that Freimanis died of hepatotoxicity made worse by fatty liver, and a weak heartbeat, which had caused renal insufficiency, and pleurisy.