‘American Horror Story,’ ‘The OA’ actor Harry Hains dead at 27

Actor Harry Hains, best known for his roles in “American Horror Story” and “The OA,” has died. He was 27.

His mother, actress Jane Badler, broke the news in an Instagram post Friday.

“On Jan. 7 my beautiful son died. He was 27 and had the planet at his feet. But sadly he struggled with mental disease and addiction,” she wrote. “A brilliant spark shone bright too short a time … i will be able to miss you Harry a day of my life … “

She also included information about his memorial service, which will be held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles on Sunday. She included details for how to RSVP.

Harry Hains attends Talent Resources Presents Airgraft’s The Art of unpolluted Vapor on September 06, 2019 in l. a. .
Hains’ manager did not immediately respond to USA TODAY’s request for comment.

Celebrities and non-celebrities alike took to the comment section to send their thoughts and prayers.

Actress Lois Robbins wrote, “Love you Jane. My heart breaks for you and your family. RIP beautiful Harry.”

Actor Shawn Ashmore wrote, “I am so sorry for you loss Jane!!”

Actress Celia Freijeiro wrote, “I am so deeply sorry for your loss, Jane. Sending you and your family love and support.”

In addition to “American Horror Story” and “The OA,” the Melbourne-born star is also known for his role in the 2016 drama “The Surface.”

Badler is best known for playing Shannon Reed in the “Mission: Impossible” television series from 1989 to 1990 and playing Diana in the television series “V” from 1984 to 1985.

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