Harry Hains, 'American Horror Story' on-screen character, bites the dust at 27

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Harry Hains, 'American Horror Story' on-screen character, bites the dust at 27

Harry Hains, 'American Horror Story' on-screen character, bites the dust at 27 








Harry Hains, an Australian on-screen character most popular for showing up in "American Horror Story" and "The OA" kicked the bucket Tuesday in Los Angeles. 

He was 27. 

"Unfortunately he battled with psychological instability and enslavement," his mom, Jane Badler, wrote in an Instagram post affirming his demise. "A splendid sparkle shone brilliant too short a period." 

Hains had recently spoken about being sex liquid, telling the magazine Boys By Girls that he didn't think he spoke to "being a man." 

"I accept we ought to be anything we desire," Hains said. "It gets sort of befuddling when we start marking ourselves, so I attempt to avoid names." 

He additionally featured in the 2015 show "The Surface," and filled in as a model and proceeded as a performer under the name Antiboy. 

Badler declared that a dedication administration for Hains will happen Sunday in Los Angeles




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