The former host of ‘House Hunter,’ an Actress, a comedian Suzanne Whang died on Thursday after fighting a long battle with breast cancer. Her longtime manager Eddie Culbertson said that she was 56 years old.
In a message on her website her life partner Jeff Vezain he wrote that “For thirteen years she confronted cancer with courage, humor, determination, and optimism,” he added in his message that “She was immensely encouraged by the love of her family, friends and those she had yet to meet.”
For a decade, Ms. Whang served as the on-camera host for a tremendously Famous show “House Hunter.” From the year 2006 to 2008, she hosted an enormous spinoff series “House Hunters International.” According to an HGTV representative, Ms. Whang hosted for more than 400 episodes of House Hunter.
With her excellent work onset and offset, she developed a significant reputation as a Positive person. But her life has decided something else for her, as at the end of the year 2006 she got to know that she had breast cancer.
First never wanted that she knows about her diagnosis. She kept her diagnosis private She credited her paternal grandfather, a prominent Presbyterian leader in Washington, with teaching her how to incorporate comedy into unlikely topics. In 2013 She told the New York Times that her maternal grandfather once said to her that without humor, people would love to sleep during your show.
According to Mr. Culbertson, who has been Ms. Whang’s representative for more than 25 years, that about after 5 years of her diagnosis, doctors told her she is free from cancer, but her cancer made a comeback in last October.
“She was a brilliant talent and a wicked comedian,” he said. “People didn’t know that about her.”
Culbertson noted that she received the Andy Kaufman Award at the 2004 New York comedy festival.
Tom Bergeron, a co-host of her in the “Dancing with the star” posted a message for his friend online he wrote that “#RIP my bold, brilliant, hilarious friend, ”