Hawaii Five-O: Death of Keo Woolford to 49 …

Fans of the series know his face …
keo-woolford-dans-hawaii-fiveViewers of the channel M6 , which broadcasts Hawaii Five-O , will be saddened by the death of Keo Woolford. The actor suffered a stroke which won Monday, November 28, 2016. His spokesman confirmed the sad news to The Hollywood Reporter . Keo was only 49 years …
According Larrua Tracy, his publicist, actor and director had a seizure three days before dying in a hospital in Oahu, one of the Hawaiian archipelago of islands. Woolford was a native of Honolulu. In the series Hawaii Five-O , he played the detective James Chang face the stars of the show Scott Caan and Alex O’Loughlin.
Keo Woolford also appeared in the recent Godzilla and Act of Valor: Flame & Citron . As a director, he was responsible the film The Haumana (2013), awarded in many festivals throughout the United States. Keo Woolford was working on a sequel.
Before becoming an actor, he was a member of a boyband Hawaiian. He then played the King of Siam, a role created by the legendary Yul Brynner in the musical by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers The King and I . Keo Woolford played this role more than 300 times on stage, including the prestigious London Palladium.
Keo had just completed the cast of the sequel to The Haumana , the story of an artist who returns to his island teach the hula, a traditional Hawaiian dance. According to his spokesman, he had to turn in January.

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