Old Shortland Street the Pua Magasiva star has died.
His body was found in Wellington on Saturday.
The police said they were called to a sudden death early in the morning of Saturday morning.
There were no suspicious circumstances.
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In 1 tipA spokesman for South Pacific Pictures confirmed his death.
Magasiva was 38 years old.
The star born in Samoa grew up in Wellington with her older brother and companion Robbie.
Magasiva will be remembered for her role Shortland Street the nurse Vinnie Kruse, who portrayed for more than seven years. He was also known for his role as Shane Clarke, the Red Wind Ranger in Power Rangers Ninja Storm.
His numerous other roles included the 2006 film The wedding of Sione, TV series Auckland Daze i Fortune outraged
Leave a daughter from the first marriage. At the time of his death he was married to Lizz Sadler. The couple got married last year.
Speaking of Samoa, actor and writer Oscar Kightley, who worked with Magasiva The wedding of Sione – Lead condolences that say it was "surprised like all others."
"I'm just really feeling for your family."
And the death of Magasiva has been fulfilled with a message effect on social networks.
Dame Valerie Adams tweeted her shock, saying that her "thoughts and prayers" were with the family of Magasiva.
Fortune outraged Actor Antony Starr has written "RIP Pua. The heart goes to those I left behind."
Director and producer Simon Bennett described Magasiva as "fun, caring and kind. Wonderful to work and play. Very sad for his family."
Kiwi filmmaker, Rachael Wotherspoon, said Magasiva's death was "heartbreaking."
"A very good man, my thoughts are with his loved ones."
Actor Shane Cortese said: "My heart goes to the Magasiva family and the former television students who had the honor of seeing the brightness of their eyes and the sound of their rhyme with the hand … rip my friend ".
Magasiva actively participated in social networks as recently as last week.
In an Instagram post it seemed to be on vacation, publishing a shot of Pakiri Beach with the title "I can not overcome my opinion."
In 2017 the actor was hailed as a hero after he was among a group of rescues who helped pull a man out of his car after he broke himself with a tree in Auckland and exploded in flames.
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