Superhit actor Chadwick Aaron Boseman, who played Black Panther, a superhero of the Avengers team known as Black Panther, died on August 28, 2020.

Superhit actor Chadwick Aaron Boseman, who played Black Panther, a superhero of the Avengers team known as Black Panther, died on August 28, 2020. Chadwick Bossman was just 43 years old. For the last three years, he has been battling colon cancer.

Chadwick Bosman’s death was reported by his family members, saying that Chadwick Bosman, a true warrior, Chadwick, through his struggle, brought you all the films that you loved dearly. Who played Black Icons Jackie Robinson and James Brown before gaining fame as the Regal Black Panther in the Marvel cinematic universe, he died of cancer on Friday.

Chadwick Bossman dies, at 43; the avenger team becomes emotional

Chadwick Bossman’s family members said that while getting treatment for his illness, he completed shooting several films. He underwent chemotherapy in the hospital. During his illness, he completed shooting for films such as Marshall to Da 5 Blood, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.

South Carolina-born Chadwick Boseman graduated from Howard University and made small roles in television from his first star turn in 2013. His charming portrayal of Stoic baseball star Robinson opposite Harrison Ford in 2013 garnered attention in Hollywood and made him a star. A year later, he wooed audiences as Brown in the biopic Get On Up. Chadwick Boseman died the day Major League Baseball was celebrating Jackie Robinson Day. The league wrote in a tweet, “His masterful performance at 42 will stand the test of time and serve as a powerful vehicle to tell Jackie’s story to audiences for generations to come.”

Actor-director Jordan Peel said on Twitter, “It’s a serious setback. It broke me. Captain America’s actor Chris Evans called Chadwick Boseman” a genuine original artist, a deeply committed and consistently curious artist. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden tweeted that Bosman said he inspired generations and showed them that they can do anything they want – even superheroes. “