Another good actor left the industry with the death of Keo Woolford. He has been seen on television, in movies and hundreds of times on stage. It is a sad and untimely passing. So what was the Keo Woolford cause of death?
Keo Woolford’s work in the industry
Keo Woolford is widely known for his role on the CBS remake of Hawaii Five-O. He made movie appearances in Happy, Texas, Falling for Grace, Act of Valor and Godzilla. He also toured as a member of Hawaiian boy band Brownskin. Before he went on motion picture projects, he did more than 300 performances as the King of Siam in a stage production of The King & I. But his biggest legacy would have to be his 2013 independent film, The Haumana.
The Honolulu native directed, wrote and produced the said film. The Haumana follows a struggling luau show host as he takes over a high school class for boys after his master died. According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, Woolford’s other project, I-LAND, was the inspiration for the independent film which closed the 2013 Hawaii International Film Festival.
Keo Woolford received a special jury prize for best first feature at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. The sequel for The Haumana was already underway when his untimely death happened. In fact, his publicist Tracy Larrua said that Woolford already completed the script for the sequel film. On top of that, the acting auditions were set to start January 2017.
Keo Woolford cause of death
According to a report by Chicago Suntimes, Keo Woolford cause of death was the complications from the stroke he suffered on Friday. He died on Monday at age 49 in a hospital in Hawaii. His passing was announced by his publicist on social media.
Woolford’s journey is short but very well lived. The industry and the fans will surely miss Keo Woolford.