Actor Hagen Mills Kills Himself After Trying to Murder His Girlfriend

Hagen Mills attends the 'Sprawl' Los Angeles special screening at Supper Club Los Angeles

Hagen Mills attends the 'Sprawl' Los Angeles special screening at Supper Club Los Angeles

Actor Hagen Mills, best-known for his role in TV series "Baskets", died in an attempted murder-suicide case on Tuesday evening at his home in Mayfield, Kentucky, USA, reports global websites like Deadline and Variety. They were uninjured, police said.

Actor Hagen Mills has died at age 29 in what authorities are investigating as an attempted murder-suicide, according to a statement from the Mayfield Police Department in Kentucky.

Mills and his girlfriend Erica had a four-year-old daughter, Mila.

The report claims Mills held Price's mom and their young daughter inside the residence until she got home.

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According to People, police are unclear what Mills' motive was in the murder-suicide attempt. She told police the gunman, 29-year-old Hagen Mills of Mayfield, was still inside and had turned the gun on himself.

Police said Erica suffered "gunshot wounds to her arm and chest" and is in stable condition after being treated at the hospital. In 2011, he had some luck with short films and by 2013, he was cast in the film Bonnie & Clyde: Justified. Most recently, Mills had a supporting role in the independent horror film "Starlight", which is set to release on August 4.

Mills' mother spoke with TMZ after the incident, saying Hagen loved acting, but his true passion was for his daughter.

Later in 2016, Mills landed a role in an episode of Swedish Dicks, according to IMDb.

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