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Chadwick Boseman, Known For His Role As "T'Challa" In The Film "BLACK PANTHER," Has Passed Away At 43! Boseman portrayed the iconic character of 'Black Panther' in several Marvel films such as Black Panther, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinite War, and Avengers: Endgame. Apart from the MCU, Chadwick Boseman was known for playing several well known black characters on the screen, such as James Brown, Thurgood Marshall, and many more.
Some of Boseman's iconic works include hits like Black Panther, Marshall, Get On Up,42, and many more. Chadwick Boseman, the promising and electrifying young actor, has passed away at 43 after a 4 year battle with cancer. Boseman passed away at his home in Los Angeles surrounded by his loved ones.
Born in South Carolina, Chadwick Boseman graduated from the Howard University. He started out with small TV roles before getting his first chance of the big screen in 2013. His striking portrayal of baseball star Jackie Robinson opposite Harrison Ford in 2013's '42' drew attention in Hollywood and made him a star.
Chadwick Boseman, Known For His Role As "T'Challa" In The Film "BLACK PANTHER," Has Passed Away At 43!
Chadwick Boseman was detected with colon cancer back in 2016. However, he never disclosed it publically and continued to work in films. His publicist told the Associated Press that Chadwick Boseman passed away on Saturday (August 29) at the age of 43. He passed away at his home in Los Angeles surrounded by his wife Taylor and his entire family at his side.
Chadwick Boseman played the iconic character of Jackie Robinson in the 2013 hit film 'Jackie Robinson.' He quickly rose to fame by portraying several American greats in his movies.He finally got his big break when he was chosen to play 'King T'Challa' in the Marvel film 'Black Panther.' In 2016, Chadwick Boseman appeared as 'Black Panther' for the first time in the film 'Captain America: Civil War.' Boseman further went to headline his own movie in 2018. The 2018 film 'Black Panther' became a cultural touchstone with its black-led cast
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