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Japanese film, TV and stage actor Haruma Miura, known for playing Eren Jaegar in the adventure drama Attack on Titan, has died according to The Japan Times and Kyodo News. He was 30.
The outlets reported that Miura was found unresponsive at his home in Minato Ward, Tokyo, on Saturday, and that he was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. Tokyo Metropolitan Police are investigating the death as a possible suicide.
The actor was born in Tsuchiura, Japan, in 1990 and began his career on television in several Japanese-language series such as Ima ai ni yukimasu and miniseries including Unfair.
His early film credits include Catch a Wave and Children, while later he appeared in TV shows including The Last Cinderella, Never Let Me Go, Adult School, Dying Eye and Two Weeks.
For his role in Eien no 0 (The Fighter Pilot), Miura was nominated for an award from the Japanese Academy in 2013.
Onstage, Miura appeared as a drag queen in the 2016 Japanese adaptation of the Broadway musical Kinky Boots.
Most recently, Miura had been filming Brave: Gunjyo Senki and the action thriller Ghost Hunt.
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