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Harry Hains is the cause of death has been revealed.
The Los Angeles Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that 27-year-old died from fentanyl intoxication on Jan. 7. His manner of death was listed as an “accident.”
Haines, an Australian actor, musician, and model, and was the son of “Mission: Impossible” star Jane Badler.
THE AUSTRALIAN ACTOR AND MUSICIAN, HARRY HAINS IS DEAD AT 27
In the film, the star posted a photo of her son on Instagram after his or her death.
“At The Jan. 7 the things that my beautiful son died,” wrote the actress. “He was 27 and had the world at his feet. But, unfortunately, he has struggled with mental health issues and addiction. A brilliant spark, it seemed to be clear in a short time. I’m going to miss you, Harry, every single day of my life.”
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Harry Hains, an actor, a musician, and a model — and as the son of “Mission: Impossible” star Jane Badler — passed away at the age of 27 years old. The 66-year-old confirmed the news on Instagram, in January.
The post was accompanied by a few photos of Hains, including his mother, father Stephen, and brother, Sam.
Hains was studying pre-med in Australia when he moved to New York and eventually to Los Angeles to pursue modeling, acting, and music, according to People magazine.
In addition to his song, “the Devil” under the name of ANTIBOY, Hains appeared in the tv series “American Horror Story: Hotel”, and The “OA” and “Sneaky Pete.”
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Earlier this year, Hains told the UK outlet, as men and women, who, like himself, of the nature of the ANTIBOY is gender-fluid.
“ANTIBOY is in this spirit that I have is that it is a gender-fluid, a robot from the future, trapped in a virtual reality world that is a failure,” he said. “I ANTIBOY, because it represents the future of the world that I see, not only do I think that we are going with technology, fusing with a AI to life extension, but also as a place in which we have come to realize that it was a complete destruction of the label.”
On Fox News After the Day contributed to this report.