According to her family, Sayaka Kanda, an internationally renowned Japanese actress and singer who died on Saturday, was an internationally renowned Japanese actress and singer. At the time of the occurrence, she was 35 years old, and she was single.
In addition to her voice dubbing work on films such as Idol Pride, for which she gained critical praise, she was also noted for her acting skills. According to a statement posted on her official website on Sunday, she “died unexpectedly at 9:40 p.m. on December 18, 2021,” according to the statement.
Despite the fact that the actress’s death is still under investigation, local news agency Kyodo News reported that she was discovered comatose in an outside area of her hotel on Saturday afternoon and died after being taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. The cause of her death has not yet been determined.
Although investigators have not ruled out foul play as a possibility, the case is being investigated as a possible suicide by the victim’s family.
Her most well-known part was that of Anna in the dubbed Japanese version of the Disney picture Frozen, in which she also performed the voiceover.
Kanda passed away on March 31. As a result of his involvement with the popular manga and anime franchise Galaxy Express 999, a stage musical adaptation is currently under development, and he will appear in it.
With the Broadway production of My Fair Lady under her belt, the actress was also preparing to star in the currently in-production stage musical adaptation of the popular manga and anime series Galaxy Express 999.