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Miguel Herran revealed that he was caught in a horrific house fire that destroyed his apartment and made him jump out of his bedroom window to escape.

The Spanish actor, best known for playing Netflix’s Money Heist in Rio, cried “I can’t believe it” as he described the damage in an Instagram video on Friday.

Miguel, 25, revealed that a night-time fire broke out in his home in Avila, Spain, and woke up when he heard “the sound of my house burning.”

Money Heist’s Miguel Herran caught in a horrific house fire: A Netflix star’s home was destroyed in tears after a sudden fire forced him out of his bedroom window at night

Shocking: The Spanish actor best known for playing Rio on Netflix Money Heist cried and screamed “I can’t believe it” while filming the devastation.

As firefighters struggled to deal with the blaze, Miguel revealed that the flames had destroyed most of his home, the kitchen and living room had fallen, and his possessions charred.

He shared: “Thank you to everyone, especially Avila security firefighters and a civilian.

“Losses were material … As my dear friend says, the first problems in the world …”

Shocking: Miguel, 25, reveals a fire broke out in his home in Avila, Spain at night, and wakes up when he hears ‘the sound of my house burning’

Miguel’s words were quoted by local reports: “I was caught asleep and woken up to the sound of fire in my house. I ran out of my room window.

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Avila is a city in Spain and the capital of the province of Avila, located northwest of the capital, Madrid, about 100 kilometers (62 mi) away.

The cause of the fire is not clear now. MailOnline contacted Miguel’s representatives for further comments.

Hasret: As the firefighters rushed to confront the blaze, Miguel revealed that most of his house had been destroyed by the flames.

Miguel skyrocketed internationally for his role in the Spanish series Money Heist on Netflix, titled La casa de papel in Spain.

The series was followed by an extraordinary group of thieves who made the largest robbery in Spanish history, stealing 2.4 million euros from the Royal Mint of Spain.

The show spanned five seasons on Netflix and was the most-watched non-English series until 2021, which was a huge hit on the Korean game Squid.

The series has won numerous awards, including the International Emmy Award for Best Dramatic Series at the 46th International Emmy Awards.

It officially ended in December, but a spin-off titled Berlin has already been running, with a release date of 2023.

The popular series will also get an official Korean remake.

One to follow: Miguel rose to international fame for his role in Netflix’s Spanish Money Heist series La casa de papel in Spain.