Taiwanese-canadian actor and supermodel Godfrey Gao died during filming in Eastern China. This publication reports CNN on Wednesday, November 27.
The producers of the show, which starred Gao, stated that he lost consciousness. He was hospitalized, after which he died in hospital. The cause of death was not specified. The artist was 35 years old.
Godfrey Gao, photo from CNN
The incident occurred in the shooting of sports reality show Chase Me in Ningbo, Zhejiang province for local television. The actor suddenly lost consciousness and fell, more than two hours doctors tried to resuscitate him but he died anyway.
In a statement, JetStar Entertainment said that they are very upset about what happened, and asked him to leave the family of the actor alone.
“Early on the morning of November 27, our beloved Godfrey fainted on the set. After three hours of resuscitation, unfortunately, left us. We kiravani and upset and still not believe it,” said the team in an official statement.
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Godfrey Gao made his film debut in 2006, starred in several films and television series. The actor has repeatedly appeared on the covers of many famous fashion magazines. The first among the Asian models became the official face of Louis Vuitton.
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