Gen V Actor Chance Perdomo Dies From Motorcycle Crash

( – Chance Perdomo, the beloved actor famous for his roles in “Gen V” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” recently died in a motorcycle accident at the age of 27 . His death was confirmed by his representative Larissa Saenz on Saturday, March 20. Details regarding the accident’s location were not disclosed, and no other individuals were involved.

Perdomo was known for portraying the pansexual character Ambrose Spellman in “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and Andre Anderson in “Gen V”. He was born on October 20, 1996, in Los Angeles and raised in Southampton, England. The obituary did not mention any other members of his family. Perdomo identified as black, but implied he considers himself a person of two races, black and Latino.

The entertainment industry mourned his loss. Amazon MGM Studios and Sony Pictures Television, among others, expressed devastation over his passing. Following the news, production of the second season of “Gen V” was postponed indefinitely, because Perdomo portrayed one of the main characters.

He completed his education at Peter Symonds College in Winchester, where theater was one of his majors. His acting journey began with a minor role on the British children’s drama “Hetty Feather”. Perdomo expressed gratitude for the opportunity, reflecting on how it ended up propelling him to pursue acting full-time.

In Britain, Perdomo gained recognition mainly for his role in “Killed by My Debt,” a movie based on a true story. In an interview, he reminisced about childhood aspirations, expressing his desire to become the first Black president of the United States and to appear on “Barney.”

Reflecting on his recent projects, Perdomo emphasized the power and greatness of visual mediums like television and movies in spreading good messages and getting good reactions from the audience in return. He believed in the potential of such connections to inspire lasting change in perspectives and attitudes.

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