Toshiki Noiri falls down the stairs and dies…
Japanese actor Toshiki Noiri died in an accident falling down the stairs.
Many Japanese media reported that Toshiki Noiriri died early on the 2nd from a serious head injury when he rolled on the stairs. He was 33 years old.
According to local media such as Sports Hochi, Toshiki Nozomi accidentally fell on the stairs of a restaurant in Tokyo on the evening of December 29, and soon moved to the intensive care unit for intensive treatment, but died three days later. The cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage.
Born in 1989, Toshiki Noiri is a member of the Japanese theater company LDH and is also well known as the grandson of the late Japanese actor Harue Akagi.
Toshiki Noiriri, who is known to have debuted as an actor despite his parents’ opposition, has continued his career as an actor by playing in plays, movies, dramas, and music videos. Recently, he appeared in dramas such as TV Tokyo’s “You can become a wizard if you sympathize until you are 30 years old,” NHK’s “Dalgaebi Pool Nana’s Sword,” and Asahi TV’s “Hagetaka.”
His debut film was the play “My Tokyo Diary,” and he appeared in the dramas “Military Kanbei” and “Asami Mitsuhiko Karuizi and Murder Case.” Recently, he has also been active in “Dalgaebi Pool Nana’s Sword,” “If you sympathize by the age of 30, you can become a wizard,” and the movie “Prime Minister’s Husband.”
He showed his presence in other areas besides acting. He also worked as a model for dramas, movies, plays, and musicals.
When he suddenly passed away due to an unfortunate accident, local Internet users were shocked. A wave of condolences continues for the deceased who passed away at the young age of 33.