OAHU, Hawaii, Nov. 30 (UPI) -- Actor Keo Woolford, best known for his work on Hawaii Five-O, died on Monday after suffering a "severe" stroke. He was 49.
Woolford, a Hawaii native, played Det. James Chang on Hawaii Five-O and was recently working on a follow-up to his 2013 film, The Haumana, which he wrote, directed, and produced.
Woolford also appeared in 2012's Act of Valor and 2014's Godzilla.
Woolford's publicist Tracy Larrua told People that Woolford suffered a "severe" stroke on Nov. 25. He died three days later at a hospital in Oahu.
Hawaii Five-O castmate Daniel Dae Kim eulogized Woolford on Twitter on Tuesday, calling him talented and kind.
"As talented as you were, I will remember you most for your kindness. Thank you for sharing your light with us, @KeoWoolford. Rest In Peace," Kim wrote.
As talented as you were, I will remember you most for your kindness. Thank you for sharing your light with us, @KeoWoolford. Rest In Peace.— Daniel Dae Kim (@danieldaekim) November 29, 2016