Australian born actor Harry Haines died January 7, 2020 in Los Angeles, California at the age of 27. His mother, actress Jane Badler, stated in an Instagram post that Harry had mental health and addiction issues but not cause of death was given.

While he appeared in some two productions, Haines was best known for his role as The Boy in an episode of “American Horror Story: Hotel” in 2015.

Haines made his acting debut in 2013 in the film short “Cigarettes Burn Faster in the Sun”. From there he went on to appear in “Hallucinogen”, the short “Washed Away”, “The Surface”, “American Horror Story”, “The Total Princess”, the film shorts “Moon People” and “Juice”, the TV series “The Deleted”, the short “@DorianGray”, “Fallen Blossoms”, the shorts “Day Driver” and “Lulu”, “Matter”, “Groupies”, “The OA”, “Sneaky Pete”, “Chase”, “A Haunting at Silver Falls: The Return”, “Peridot”, and “Mirrors”.

At the time of his death, Haines had been announced as a cast member of the TV mini series “Xtra Life” and “Klowns” and was in the midst of filming “The Mangled”; while “Caihong City” was in post production.

Calling himself gender fluid, Haines said, “I believe we should be whatever we want. It gets kind of confusing when we start labelling ourselves so I try to stay away from labels.”

He was born on December 4, 1992 in Melbourne, Australia. Along with acting, Haines was a model and was the musician Antiboy.

Survived by his mother Jane Bader, no other survivors were given.