The Post reports that Harbour met the woman at a treatment center. Harbour was in Canada when the woman jumped from his third-floor window into the backyard of the six-story building between First Avenue and Second Avenue.
Authorities have not yet released the woman's name. She was 29.
Per the Daily News:
“She was someone who struggled,” said Harbour, who was in Toronto for the premiere of his film "Black Mass."
“She was in the shelter system. I was trying to help her out,” he said.
Police told the News that the woman had a history of mental health issues.
Harbour received a Tony Award nomination in 2005 for his role in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" He appears on the HBO series "The Newsroom" and has had supporting roles in films such as "Quantum of Solace" and "Revolutionary Road."
"I'm very confused, I don't understand how this happened," Harbour told the News. "It's a terrible tragedy. I'm very shaken by this."