I know I’m just now posting this, but that is because i just found out from TikTok that he passed away. I haven’t gotten around to watching even half of his movies and drama series. I’ve only seen that one variety show with him and Takeru Sato.
Tokyo, July 18 (Jiji Press)–Popular Japanese actor Haruma Miura, 30, has died in apparent suicide, it was learned Saturday.
Miura was found hanging at his condominium in Tokyo’s Minato Ward on the day and was later confirmed dead at a hospital, investigative sources said. Circumstances in the condominium suggest that he committed suicide, according to the Metropolitan Police Department of Tokyo.
Miura’s manager visited his home as he did not come to work, and found the actor hanging in a closet, the sources said. An apparent suicide note was left in the condominium.
Miura made his debut in “Aguri,” a television drama series of Japan Broadcasting Corp. (NHK), in 1997, when he was aged under 10. He became widely popular for his performances in “14-sai no Haha” (14-Year-Old Mother), a Nippon Television Network Corp. drama series broadcast in 2006, and movie “Koizora” (Sky of Love), released in 2007.
- Name Haruma Miura
- Japanese: 三浦春馬 (みうら はるま)
- Birthdate: April 5, 1990
- Date of Death: July 18, 2020
- Birthplace: Ibaraki, Japan
- Height: 178 cm.
- Blood Type: AB
Haruma Miura born on April 5, 1990, just north-east of Tokyo, in Ibaraki Prefecture is an actor and singer in Japan. Haruma Miura was enrolled in Tsukba Actor’s studio as a child and made his debut at the age of seven on the NHK television drama “Agri“.
While continuing his acting career in Japanese television dramas, Haruma and two other students formed the boyband Brash Brats. After Tsukba Actor’s studio closed down, the trio joined one of Japan’s biggest talent agencies, Amuse.
Shortly afterwards Haruma’s popularity grew even more following his performance in the NHK family drama Fight. Haruma then put the Brash Brats on indefinite hiatus. His career took off even further, appearing in the big screen version of Sky of Love and starring in the TBS drama Bloody Monday. Haruma Miura is slated to star opposite Shun Oguri in Takashi Miike‘s Crows Zero 2.
- Actor Haruma Miura was found deceased at his home around 1PM on July 18, 2020 in Minato, Tokyo. A suicide note was found near his body.
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- The Confidence Man JP: Episode of the Princess | Confidence Man JP: Princess hen (2020) – Jessie
- The Confidence Man JP: The Movie (2019) – Jessie
- Little Nights, Little Love | Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (2019) – Sato
- A Banana? At This Time of Night? | Konna Yofuke ni Banana kayo: Kanashiki Jitsuwa (2018) – Hisashi Tanaka
- Gintama 2: Rules Are Made To Be Broken | Gintama 2: Okite wa Yaburu Tame ni soko Aru (2018) – Kamotaro Ito
- Sunny: Our Hearts Beat Together | Sunny: Tsuyoi Kimochi Tsuyoi Ai (2018) – Wataru Fujii
- Attack on Titan: End of the World | Shingeki no Kyojin: Attack on Titan – End of the World (2015) – Eren
- Attack on Titan | Shingeki no Kyojin: Attack on Titan (2015) – Eren
- Five Minutes To Tomorrow | Mayonaka no Gofun Mae (2014) – Ryo
- Zipang Punk | Geki×Shine「ZIPANG PUNK Goemon RokkuIII」 (2014) – Shinkuro Akechi
- Space Pirate Captain Harlock (2013) – Yama (voice)
- The Eternal Zero | Eien no Zero (2013) – Kentaro Saeki
- Tokyo Kouen (2011) – Koji
- From Me to You | Kimi ni Todoke (2010) – Shota Kazehaya
- Gokusen: The Movie (2009) – Ren Kazama
- Crows Zero 2 | Kurozu zero II (2009) – Tatsuya Bitou
- Naoko (2008) – Yusuke Iki
- Sky of Love | Koizora (2007) – Hiro Sakurai
- Negative Happy Chain Saw Edge | Negatibu happî chenso ejji (2008) – Noto
- Children (2006) – Shiro Kihara
- Akihabara@DEEP (2006) – Izumu
- Catch a Wave (2006) -Taiyo Sasaki
- Mori no gakko (2002)
- Jubaku: Spellbound (1999)
- Love Will Begin When Money End | Okane no Kireme ga Koi no Hajimari (TBS / 2020) – Keita Saruwatari
- Two Weeks (Fuji TV-KTV / 2019) – Daichi Yuki
- Dying Eye (WOWOW / 2019) – Shinsuke Amemura
- Otona Koukou (TV Asahi / 2017) – Eito Arakawa
- Naotora: The Lady Warlord | Onna Joshu Naotora (NHK / 2017) – Naochika Ii
- Never Let Me Go | Watashi wo Hanasanaide (TBS / 2016) – Tomohiko Doi
- The Hours of My Life | Boku no Ita Jikan (Fuji TV / 2014) – Takuto Sawada
- Last Cinderella | Rasuto Shinderera (Fuji TV / 2013) – Hiroto Saeki
- Thursday Theater Keigo Higashino Mystery | Mokuyo Gekijyo Higashino Keigo Misuterizu (Fuji TV / 2012) – Ryo Nakaoka (ep.8 – “Chiisana Koi no Monogatari”)
- The Sun Also Rises | Hi wa Mata Noboru (TV Asahi / 2011) – Eiji Miyata
- You Taught Me All the Precious Things | Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta (Fuji TV / 2011) – Shuji Kashiwagi
- Bloody Monday Season 2 (TBS / 2010)
- Samurai Seventeen (NTV / 2009)
- Bloody Monday (TBS / 2008)
- Gokusen 3 (NTV / 2008) – Ren Kazama
- Binbo Danshi (NTV / 2008)
- Unfair (Fuji TV / 2006)
- Komyo ga tsuji (NHK / 2006)
- Mother at Fourteen | 14 Sai no Haha (NTV / 2006)
- Fight (NHK / 2005)
- Be With You | Ima Ai ni Yukimasu (TBS / 2005) – Akihiro Kodou
- Musashi (NHK / 2003)
- Ninjo Shigure Machi (NHK / 2001)
- Merry Christmas in Summer | Manatsu no Merry Christmas (TBS / 000)
- Agri (NHK / 1997)
- Murder Standard Score 70 | Satsujin Hensachi 70 (NTV / 2014) – Keisuke Miyahara
- Gokusen Graduation Special ’09 (NTV / 2009) – Ren Kazama
- Galileo: Episode Zero (Fuji TV / 2008)
- Miyamoto Musashi (TV Tokyo / 2001)
- Sleep in the Rain (TBS / 2000)