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July 25, 2006

Actor Hani Mohsin dies

Filed under: Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Actor Hani Mohsin Hanafi (pic), 41, collapsed and died at the low-cost carrier terminal in Sepang at 9.30am while waiting to board a flight to Alor Setar on Tuesday.

Mohsin was traveling with his nine-year-old daughter Hani Karmila — from his previous marriage to Datin Seri Tiara Jacquelina — when he complained of chest pains before collapsing.

Hani Karmila immediately called her mother, who rushed to the airport with husband Datuk Seri Effendi Norwawi.

Mohsin’s remains have been brought to hospital for an autopsy.

Mohsin was the host of popular TV game show Roda Impian before his death.


Roda Impian host dies after heart attack

By: Bissme S (Tue, 25 Jul 2006)

KUALA LUMPUR: Hani Mohsin, actor and host of the TV show Roda Impian, died after a heart attack at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) in Sepang today (July 25, 2006).

Hani, 41, collapsed at the terminal at 10am while waiting for his flight to Alor Star, said Yasin Hamid, executive director of Imagine Pictures, a film production company set up by Hani.

Bernama reported that he was sent to a clinic at the terminal where he was pronounced dead.

His body was sent to the Serdang Hospital for a post mortem before being brought to his home in Bukit Antarabangsa here.

Hani Karmilla, Hani's nine-year-old daughter with former wife, actress and producer Datin Seri Tiara Jacquelina (now wife of Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohd Effendi Norwawi), was with him when he collapsed.

Tiara said: "He was a good friend and the best father to our daughter Milla. He finally found time to take Milla on a holiday after so many months of working non-stop. (His death) is really very sad."

Tiara, who described Hani as a workaholic, said she had learned of his collapsing from Milla.

She said her daughter had been "amazingly strong and mature" in handling the situation.

Hani's friends in the entertainment industry were shocked to hear the news of his death.

"He was like a brother to me," said actress Umie Aida, who played his sister in the movie Embun.

"We were very close. Of late, we had not seen each other much. Our work had kept us busy. I will miss him," she said.

Actress Ellie Suriaty Omar said she appreciated having had the opportunity to work with Hani. "He was articulate as a director and actor," she said.

Actress and director Erma Fatima said he was a committed actor. "The best thing I liked about him was that he didn't put other people down. He always had kind words for everyone."


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