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'Power Rangers' actor Pua Magasiva Dies At 38

News by Krijana Duwal Published on 12 May,2019

Pua Magasiva, Who Had Appeared In Many Power Rangers Television Series And New Zealand Soap Opera Shortland Street, Is No More. He Died At The Age Of 38.

  • Pua Magasiva died at the age of 38.
  • The police were called to a home in Wellington, New Zealand, on early Saturday morning, where the actor was found unresponsive.
  • His death would be referring the case to the coroner.
  • Pua and Lizz got married in last April, just ten months after meeting in October 2016.
  • He was first married to Kourtney Magasiva from 2012 to 2015.
  • Pua started his professional career in 1994.

Samoan-born New Zealand actor Pua Magasiva died at the age of 38. The New Zealand Herald reported that the police were called to a home in Wellington, New Zealand, on early Saturday morning, where the actor was found unresponsive.

CAPTION: Pua Magasiva SOURCE: Twitter

The police spokesperson claimed that the actor was found “no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.” His death would be referring the case to the coroner.

Pua is survived by his wife, Lizz Sadler, his seven years old daughter from his previous marriage, and his brother, Robbie. He also had a daughter from a previous relationship. He was first married to Kourtney Magasiva from 2012 to 2015.

Pua and Lizz got married in last April, just ten months after meeting in October 2016. The pair soon started dating after Lizz began following the actor on social media.

Last month, the couple traveled to Bali to celebrate their first wedding anniversary.

 
 
 
 
 
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I love doing life with YOU @pua_magasiva  may our adventures continue for the rest of our lives  #oneyeardown #mylove #bali @wanagiri_hidden_hill

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Pua started his professional career in 1994 appearing in Shortland Street. However, he was famous for Power Rangers series like Power Rangers Ninja Storm and Power Rangers Dino Thunder. He even co-hosted New Zealand’ radio station Flava.

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