Actress Ruri Shinato Passes Away - Found Dead at Her Home

Actress Ruri Shinato Passes Away - Found Dead at Her Home

According to her agency, TOKYO, JAPAN (TR) – Ruri Shinato, a current actress and former gravure idol, was discovered dead at her home last week. Shinato, 31, was discovered collapsed inside her home by a member of her family on August 28, according to the G-STAR.PRO web site.

The cause of death is being looked into. Police, on the other hand, also ruled out foul play and suicide. Epilepsy is thought to have been a factor in her death. Ruri Shinato, an Ishikawa Prefecture native, studied at Sophia University. In 2009, she debuted in the film industry. She then featured in a series of erotic picture collections that.

Her film career highlights include Sion Sono's "Shinjuku Swan 2" and Netflix's "The Naked Director." She portrayed an unmotivated office worker in the TBS drama "Hanzawa Naoki" earlier this month.

Shinato was a single man in Tokyo. She announced on Twitter on August 27 that she had just seen the film "Booksmart" by herself at the Roppongi Hills complex. Until that night, her parent had been in contact with her. They went to her house the next day after she fell out of touch.

Ruri Shinato collapsed in her home due to an apparent seizure, according to G-STAR. PRO. After being unable to contact Shinato, her family became worried, and they later learned she had collapsed. Shinato's agency stated that she might have suffered from a mild form of epilepsy. Ruri Shinato's family has decided to hold a private funeral for her.

Ruri Shinato did not die as a result of foul play or suicide, according to police. G-STAR. PRO has asked the media to refrain from contacting Shinato's family about her death and from writing articles speculating on her death.

In the Hanazawa Naoki live-action film, Shinato played Kitagawa. She was also known for being a gravure idol. Shinato played Trish in the Sengoku Basara vs. Devil May Cry collaborative stage play, and she also appeared in Nanki Sat and Akira Kiduki's Usotsuki Paradox live-action film adaptation.


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