March 31, 2024

Actor Chance Perdomo killed in motorcycle crash at age 27

The entertainment industry was saddened this weekend to learn of the death of an up-and-coming star due to a sudden tragedy.

Actor Chance Perdomo, known for his memorable roles in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Gen V, was killed in a motorcycle crash at the age of 27, according to the Associated Press.

Tragic news confirmed

The young star's death was confirmed Saturday night in a statement issued by a publicist.

“On behalf of the family and his representatives, it is with heavy hearts that we share the news of Chance Perdomo's untimely passing as a result of a motorcyle accident,” the communication explained.

Though no additional information was provided about the time and location of the accident, the publicist statement did note that no other individuals were involved in the incident.

Star on the rise

As the AP noted, Perdomo's most recent role was that of Andre Anderson in Gen V, a spin-off of Amazon Prime's The Boys, as the Daily Caller notes.

Perdomo had also notably portrayed the character of Ambrose Spellman on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix.

That production ended in 2020, but during his tenure on the show, Perdomo worked with colleagues that included Miranda Otto, Kiernan Shipka, Tati Gabrielle, and Ross Lynch.

Tributes pour in

As news of Perdomo's death began to spread, tributes began to flow from those who knew him, both personally and professionally.

The studio and distribution forces behind Gen V issued a statement that said, “We can't quite wrap our heads around this. For those of us who knew him and worked with him, Chance was always charming and smiling, an enthusiastic force of nature, and incredibly talented performer, and more than anything else, just a very kind, lovely person.”

“Even writing about him in the past tense doesn't make sense,” the statement added, conveying the truly sudden and shocking nature of the actor's passing.

Summing up the tragedy, Perdomo's publicist declared, “His passion for the arts and insatiable appetite for life was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth will carry on in those he loved dearest.”

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