Chance Perdomo Dead at 27

( The actor Chance Perdomo has died at the age of 27 following a motorcycle accident, his publicist confirmed on Saturday March 30. No details about the motorcycle crash have been released, save for the fact that the accident did not involve anybody else, as confirmed by his publicist’s statement. The statement, which requested privacy for Perdomo’s grieving family, described Perdomo as a “beloved son and brother” who was passionate about life and the arts.

Perdomo was born in 1996 in Los Angeles but moved to England as a child with his mother. They settled in Southampton, Hampshire, where he was educated at Redbridge Community School before attending Winchester’s Peter Symonds College. Originally, Perdomo did not intend to become an actor, and instead made plans to study law. Ultimately, however, he moved to London as an adult to pursue his dream of working on the stage. Instead of applying to study law, he joined the National Youth Theatre, an arts charity and theatre aimed at nurturing young people’s creative skills. He also studied acting at the Identity School of Acting, a part-time acting school.

Perdomo went on to star in several television shows and movies, including his role as Jerome Rogers in the television movie “Killed By My Debt”, a tragic story based on real-life events. The role, in which he played a young man who feels trapped by his debts and commits suicide, earned him critical acclaim and a BAFTA nomination.

Perdomo was also well-known for his role as Ambrose Spellman on the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” show, as well as his more recent work as Andre Anderson, a student with super-powers, on “Gen V”, a spin-off of the show “The Boys”. In a statement released by “Gen V” producers, Perdomo was described as talented and charming, an “enthusiastic force of nature”, and a kind person who would be mourned by his cast and crew-mates. Production for the “Gen V” second series has been paused in the wake of his death.

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