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Sayaka Kanda, daughter of Nineteen Eighties J-idol Seiko Matsuda, dies at age 35

Sayaka Kanda, daughter of Nineteen Eighties J-idol Seiko Matsuda, dies at age 35

TOKYO – Japanese singer and actress Sayaka Kanda, the one little one of actress Seiko Matsuda and actor Masaki Kanda, has died on the age of 35.

The artiste was discovered within the outside area of the 14th flooring of a resort in Sapporo on Saturday (Dec 18) afternoon, based on Japanese broadcaster NHK.

She was rushed to hospital however was pronounced lifeless at about 8.40pm.

Kanda had been scheduled to star within the musical, My Honest Woman, in Sapporo on Saturday however didn’t flip up and couldn’t be reached on her cellphone.

It’s believed that she may need fallen from the twentieth flooring of the resort the place she was staying and the police are trying into the potential for suicide, Japanese media reported.

Kanda began out as a singer earlier than appearing in motion pictures. In recent times, she had been extra energetic on stage in musical productions.

In line with Japanese media, she was greatest recognized for being the voice of Anna within the Japanese version of Disney animation film, Frozen. Her rendition, in Japanese, of a music from the film, For The First Time In Ceaselessly, gained her a lot reward.

Kanda married actor Mitsu Murata in 2017 however they divorced in 2019.

Her mom, Matsuda, 59, was certainly one of Japan’s hottest idols within the Nineteen Eighties and was within the information final month for making her directorial debut in an episode of HBO horror anthology Folklore’s second season.

Matsuda divorced actor Kanda in 1997. She married a dentist in 1998 however they divorced in 2000 earlier than she married her present husband, a tutorial, in 2012.

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