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|Died|| (aged 49)|
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|The Haumāna, I Land|
Keo Woolford (May 14, 1967 – November 28, 2016) was an American actor, producer, and director. He was born and raised in Hawaii. He directed the award-winning feature film The Haumāna and the East West Players stage play Three Year Swim Club. He starred in his self-written one-man show, I Land, and as the King of Siam in Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I at the London Palladium. He was a member of the Hawaii boyband Brownskin and the Hobo House on the Hill recording team responsible for the Grammy-nominated Island Warriors album. He was a recipient of the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for The Haumāna Soundtrack. His film and TV work included Godzilla, Act of Valor, The Haumāna, and Sergeant Detective Chang on Hawaii Five-0. He died on November 28, 2016, at Pali Momi Medical Center after suffering a stroke three days earlier.
- 2014 - Na Hoku Hanohano Award - Best Compilation – The Haumāna Soundtrack
- 2014 - Audience Award - Big Island Film Festival – The Haumāna
- 2014 - Best International Film Award - Wairoa Māori Film Festival – The Haumāna
- 2013 - Audience Award - Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival – The Haumāna
- 2013 - Special Jury Award - Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival – The Haumāna
- 2013 - Audience Award - Hawaii International Film Festival – The Haumāna
- 2013 - Audience Award - Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival – The Haumāna
- 2007 - Ovation Award Nomination – I Land
- Hollywood Reporter, The Haumana: Film Review, December 13, 2013
- Los Angeles Times, Theater Review: 'Three Year Swim Club' at East West Players, February 17, 2012
- The Washington Post, 'I Land' by Keo Woolford, a Talented Storyteller at Dance Place, May 4, 2009
- The Honolulu Advertiser, Keo Woolford starring on London stage in 'The King and I', May 2, 2001
- Honolulu Star Bulletin, Brownskin debut a creative high, June 18, 1999
- The Honolulu Advertiser, Local reggae album vying for Grammy win, January 9, 2002
- Honolulu Pulse, Yamanaka, Kukona, The Green win big at Hokus, May 5, 2014 Archived May 28, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
- Keo Woolford dies
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