HONOLULU (CBS SF/AP) — “Hawaii Five-O” actor Keo Woolford has died three days after suffering a stroke. He was 49.

Publicist Tracy Larrua announced Woolford’s death on social media . She said he had a severe stroke on Friday and died Monday at a hospital in Hawaii.

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Woolford played detective James Chang in CBS’s reboot of “Hawaii Five-O.” Co-star Daniel Dae Kim paid tribute to Woolford on Twitter on Tuesday, writing, “As talented as you were, I will remember you most for your kindness. Thank you for sharing your light with us.”

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Actress Kelly Hu also mourned the loss and said, “Heart breaking for the loss of dear friend Keo Woolford, writer, director, singer, dancer, spreader of love. #RIPKeoWoolford #TheHaumana.”

Woolford had small roles in several films, including 2014’s “Godzilla” and “Act of Valor” in 2012. He also wrote and directed “The Haumana,” a 2013 independent film based on his one man show.

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