Suzanne Whang, finest identified for her nine-year run as host of HGTV’s Home Hunters, died Tuesday following an extended battle with breast most cancers. She was 56.
Her accomplice Jeff Vezain shared information of her demise Thursday on Fb. “For thirteen years she confronted cancer with courage, humor, determination and optimism,” Vezain stated within the submit. “She was immensely encouraged by the love of her family, friends and those she had yet to meet.”
Vezain stated he was by her aspect when she died Tuesday evening at their Los Angeles house. You possibly can learn his complete submit under.
Whang hosted HGTV’s Home Hunters for 9 years, from 1999 to 2007. She additionally was identified for her recurring position as Polly the spa supervisor on NBC’s drama Las Vegas. She made her tv debut as a Street Warrior (distant correspondent) on FX’s two-hour morning present Breakfast Time within the 1990s, and later co-hosted the community’s Pet Division.
In 2002, Whang gained the Greatest Up & Coming Comic Award on the Las Vegas Comedy Pageant, for her controversial alter ego character, Sung Hee Park.
Her different current tv credit embrace guest-starring roles on For The Individuals, The Mick, Now We’re Speaking and Kingdom. She most lately appeared as Sabrina within the quick movie Mr. Proper Now and as Dr. Wong within the 2017 characteristic Til Dying Do Us Half.