Chadwick Boseman dies “Black Panther” starring August 29 at 5:35 p.m.
American actor Chadwick Boseman, who played the leading role in the world-famous Hollywood movie Black Panther, has died of cancer. He was 43 years old.
Born in southern South Carolina in 1976, Bosman played a leading role in the hollywood movie “Black Panther,” which was released the day before yesterday and became a worldwide hit.
Bosman also won worldwide support for his role in films about prominent blacks, including Jackie Robinson, who was the first black baseball player to play in the major leagues, and James Brown, a singer known as the “Emperor of Soul Music.”
According to the Associated News, Bosman was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago and has been fighting the disease while continuing his acting work, but died on the 28th while being watched by his family at his home in Los Angeles.
Boseman also focused on efforts to eradicate structural racism, such as appealing to Hollywood to invest in films that oppose racism.