Hagen Mills Wiki – Hagen Mills Bio
Actor Hagen Mills reportedly died by suicide Tuesday after he allegedly shot a woman and then turned the gun on himself in Kentucky.
Hagen Mills — who had roles on the TV series’ “Baskets” and “Swedish Dicks” — died Tuesday in the town of Mayfield … according to his mother. She tells us he’d been living in Hollywood for several years, but still had a home in Mayfield.
According to his IMD (Internet Movie Database) profile, he was an actor, best known for Baskets, and his other roles in Swedish Dicks, Bonnie & Clyde: Justified and Puncture Wounds. Most recently, he landed a role on Star Light, which debuted in February. Mills promoted the release of ‘Star Light‘ in October. He wrote that he was excited about the release of Star Light.
“Check out the trailer release and the article on Deadcentral.com of the highly anticipated horror film Starlight, I am extremely thankful for the wonderful opportunity to have worked on this amazing project with so many remarkably talented folks, #Dreamteam #FabSix both in front, and behind the camera!” he wrote.
He described his character, Monty, as a “teenage Adonis.”
Hagen Mills Age
He was 29 years old at the time of death.
Hagen Mills Family & Children
Hagen Mills had a 4-year-old daughter along with Erica who was shot in the arm and chest before committing suicide. According to police, Price’s mother and daughter were held by Mills until he got home. Additionally, Mills’ mother told the publication that while she loved acting, nothing surpassed her love for her daughter.
Hagen Mills Arrested With Rape & Kidnapping
However, during his time back in Mayfield, Mills was arrested on multiple occasions.
Records from the Graves County Jail website show he was arrested for a DUI in 2016, wanton endangerment in 2017, and second degree assault in 2018.
In March, the actor was arrested on rape, sodomy, wanton endangerment and kidnapping charges, according to the Graves County Jail’s website. On Monday, the day before his attempted murder-suicide, Mills reportedly bonded out of jail, according to the Western Kentucky Star.
The Daily Mail reports that Mills had a lengthy rap sheet. He was previously arrested for a DUI in 2016, wanton endangerment in 2017, and second-degree assault in 2018.
Fast Facts You Need To Know
- Hagen Mills shot and injured former partner, Erica Price, in Mayfield on Tuesday
- Mills then turned the gun on himself and committed suicide, according to police
- Mills and Price shared a four-year-old daughter, who was inside the home at the time of the fatal incident
- Jail records show Mills was arrested and charged with kidnapping and first degree rape and sodomy back in March
- Record show he was only bonded out of a local county jail on Monday
Hagen Mills Death & Cause
Hollywood actor Hagen Mills is dead after a ‘murder-suicide attempt’ in his native Kentucky. The 29-year-old actor, who appeared on the hit series FX Baskets, reportedly attempted to kill former partner Erica Price, 34, at a residence in Mayfield on Tuesday night.
Mills allegedly shot Price in the arm and chest but managed to survive and call the police. Subsequently, Mills pointed the gun and committed suicide. According to The West Kentucky Star, Price is the mother of Mila, Mill’s four-year-old daughter.
The young girl was inside the home at the time, as was Price’s mother. Neither were injured during the incident.
Investigators claim Mills held the pair inside the home until Price returned. When she arrived at the residence at 5.45 pm he shot her multiple times. She was taken to hospital in a stable condition after contacting police.
Records from Graves County Jail in Kentucky show Mills has an extensive rap sheet.
On March 30 of this year, he was arrested and charged with first-degree rape and sodomy, as well as kidnapping and possession of methamphetamine.
He was released from prison on bond on Monday – a day before his death.
According to Mills’ mother, he maintained homes in both Hollywood and Kentucky.
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