Chadwick Boseman 12 Legacies to Remember


Chadwick Boseman dies at 43 years old, the actor was known for playing “Black Panther.” Last night, Marvel fans and the Hollywood industry said their last goodbye to Chadwick, whom they will always remember as the “King T’Challa” of Wakanda. For many it was shocking news, because they did not know that the actor suffered from colon cancer, a disease with which he was battling, but unfortunately he lost the fight.


Chadwik Boseman was born on November 29, 1974 in the city of Los Angeles, California. He worked as an actor, screenwriter and playwright, his university studies consisted of Film Directing. During his career, he had roles in various series and films, such as Castle, Law & Order, Lie to me and Lincoln Heights, among others.

In the cinema, his career is made up of Black Panther, Avengers: End Game and Infinity War, Captain America: Civil War, Gods of Egypt, 42 and The Express, among others, but without a doubt “T’Challa” was the character that He won the hearts of all the fans and with which he crowned his career, if you want to know more about the actor we leave you:


12 Curiosities to Remember Chadwick Boseman:

He was a sports fan, his specialty was basketball, but his dream was cinema

His aspirations in the world of cinema were to be a director, but fate turned him into an actor by wanting to get involved with them.

For baseball movie 42, he underwent a 5-month training to perfect his character’s posture

He read Black Panther comics and had great workout routines like Kung Fu, Karate, and Jiu-Jitsu

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Even though he suffered from his illness in silence, he was inspired by 2 little Marvel fans who had the same illness and admitted that they were him driving force every day he attended the set.

  • He created some feature films and wrote a couple of plays during his student days
  • The Express was the first performance in his career
  • Marvel awarded him a 5-year contract with Black Panther
  • Chadwick Boseman fostered research on black culture
  • Music was his favorite tool when it came to writing
  • His talent led him to have 14 nominations and win 3 awards in his career
  • His family was large, he even explained that he had 42 cousins


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