House Hunters and Ex-General Hospital Star Suzanne Whang Dead At 56

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Sad news for House Hunters fans: Suzanne Whang, who hosted the show for almost 10 years, died Tuesday after a long fight with breast cancer.

Whang's partner, Jeff Vezain, announced in a Facebook post Thursday that Whang died Tuesday after a long battle with breast cancer.

Whang, who would've turned 57 on September 28, died on Tuesday evening, Vezain wrote.

"I also know how vehemently she disagreed with anyone being told, 'Don't cry, '" he continued.

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Vezain concluded his Facebook post by asking Whang's fans for their prayers and loving thoughts. I've been crying a LOT!

"We have appreciated all of the kind words and memories shared on her Facebook page". It has brought much comfort.

On the subject of laughter, he added, "Her audacious sense of humor blessed many, shocked a few, but allowed us to laugh in the face of adversity". He called Whang an awesome daughter, sister, friend, mentor, and advocate.

HGTV said in a statement to Fox News, "Suzanne was warm, amusing and kind with a distinctive voice that made everyone feel at home. Our HGTV family mourns her loss and wishes to express deepest condolences to her friends, fans and family who knew and loved her".

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Whang hosted House Hunters from 1999 to 2007 and also worked as an actress.

Suzanne Whang attends the 20th Anniversary of V-Day at The Broad Stage on February 17, 2018 in Santa Monica, California.

Whang, who was born in Arlington, Virginia, earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Yale and a master's degree in cognitive psychology from Brown, according to CBS Los Angeles. Her acting credits include recurring roles as manicurist Polly Nguyen on NBC's "Las Vegas" and Divina on Here TV's "From Here on OUT", plus appearances on more series, including "Dexter", "Arrested Development", "General Hospital", "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and "Criminal Minds". Whang first gained fame as the on-screen host of the show, where anxious home buyers are shown trying to choose between three potential options.

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