Chadwick Aaron Boseman who brought the movie called ‘black panther’ to our lives with his charismatic consistency and spectacular acting performance, has passed away at the age of 43.
Boseman has been battling from colon cancer since 2016 and at last his soul left his body yesterday, while Chadwick Boseman wife and Chadwick Boseman family was beside him, according to a tweet posted on his Twitter account.
Chadwick Boseman Movies
The statement said, “a true fighter, Chadwick conserved through it all and brought us so many of the awesome films, you have came to love so much”.
From Marshall to Da 5 bloods, August Wilson’s Ma Mainey’s Black Bottom and many more, all movies were filmed when he was surviving several surgeries and chemo-therapies.
Including his role as black panther aka T’challa in the record breaking science fiction movie ‘Black Panther’ have made him a global icon and a motivating symbol of black power. This role of Black Panther was the honor of Boseman’s whole acting career.
Life before Chadwick Boseman’s Death
Boseman did not reveal anything publicly about his diagnosis, but the sources are saying that he has been survived by his wife and a parent. He was born in South Carolina and completed his graduation from Howard University in the year 2000. while being there he also attended the British American Drama Academy at Oxford at 1998. He started his acting career by doing small roles in television before he became a star in 2013. Basically his appearance as Stoic Baseball Star Robinson Opposite Harrison Ford in 2013 in “42” carry out the attention of Hollywood and made him a bright star. And one year later he mesmerized his audience by his role “Brown” in the biopic “Get On up”.
It is a matter of deep sorrow, Boseman died on a day when Major League Baseball is celebrating Jackie Robinson Day.”His unforgettable performance in “42” will always be a great medium to tell Jackie’s Story to the upcoming generation, the Major League wrote in a tweet.
“It is with profound sadness that we mourn the loss of alumnus Chadwick Boseman who passed away this evening. His incredible talent will forever be immortalized through his characters and through his own personal journey from student to superhero! Rest in Power, Chadwick” said A. I. Frederick in a statement.
Boseman was seen for the last time, standing silently in a black suit at the funeral of Tony Stark in “Avengers:Endgame” that has been released last year. The upcoming Movie “black Panther” which had been announced and was the most enthusiastic upcoming film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.