Former”House Hunters” sponsor Suzanne Whang has passed off. She was 56.
In an announcement to USA TODAY Friday supplied by spokesperson Chelsey Riemann, HGTV affirmed the departure.
Whang has been the host of the HGTV show for 2 decades. She had a recurring part in NBC’s drama series”Las Vegas” one of other acting credits.
“Suzanne was hot, humorous and type with a distinctive voice which made everybody feel at home,” the announcement read. “Our HGTV household mourns her loss and wants to convey deepest condolences to her friends, family and fans who loved and knew her.”
Whang’s departure was also declared in a Thursday article to her site.
“On Tuesday evening about 7:20 p.m., Suzanne breathed her last breath at home, as I knelt beside her and caressed her. For two years she confronted with humor, courage, determination and optimism,” Jeff Vezain composed. “She was profoundly encouraged by the love of her loved ones, friends and the ones she’d yet to fulfill. Your kind, loving messages consistently lifted her spirits.”
Whang has been the host of the HGTV series for multiples seasons between 1999 and 2011. She hosted a spin-off series”House Hunters International” from 2009 to 2012.
Along with hosting, Whang was also a performer and comedian.
She had a recurring part in NBC’s drama series”Las Vegas” from 2005 to 2008. She starred in episodes of”Dexter,””Arrested Development” and”General Hospital.”
In 2004, she won the initial Andy Kaufman Award in the New York Comedy Festival.