Hawaii Five-0 acting professional Keo Woolford has passed on at age 49. His publicist, Tracy Larrua, advised The Hollywood Reporter the Honolulu local passed on on Mon at a Hawaii clinic after battling a stroke three times before.
The actor came out on the favorite CBS remake as Detective Wayne Chang.
He’s also came out on the silver screen during the period of his job, with functions in films like Happy, Tx (1999), Falling for Elegance (2006), and Godzilla (2014).
The artist relished being behind the camera as well, having written, aimed, and produced his 2013 self-employed film The Haumana.
The task closed down the Hawaii International Film Celebration, and acquired Keo a particular jury prize for Best First Feature at the LA Asian Pacific Film Celebration.
Regrettably, the star’s publicist unveiled he had completed a script for the sequel, in January and was going to get started the casting process.
Throughout his life, Keo was well-rounded in the creative arts. He was an integral part of the Hawaiian boy band Brownskin, and also starred as the King of Siam in the stage version in the King & I, performing in the lead role at the London Palladium. He performed the right part a huge selection of times throughout the run.
Our hearts are with everyone afflicted by this tragic damage.
Rest in serenity, Keo.