Hollywood’s famous actor Chadwick Boseman has passed away at 43, he was battling colon cancer for the last 4 years.
On the official Instagram account of Chadwick Boseman, the family wrote, “We confirm the death of Chadwick Boseman with great sadness. Chadwick was diagnosed with the third stage of colon cancer in 2016. He had been battling it for four years and cancer had reached the fourth stage. Chadwick acted strongly like a true warrior and brought a lot of films for you, which you liked very much.” “All films from ‘Marshall’ to ‘DA5 Bloods’ were filmed during countless surgeries and chemotherapy. Playing King T’Challa of ‘Black Panther’ was an honour for his career.”
Chadwick Boseman had been battling colon cancer for the past 4 years. Despite his continued treatment, he continued to play his character. Bosman was from the state of South Carolina and took his last breath at his home in Los Angeles.
The cancer was diagnosed in the year 2016
Chadwick Boseman’s disease was revealed in the year 2016. He was then in the third stage and now the disease took the life of Chadwick Bosman with the fourth stage.
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Who was Chadwick Boseman?
Chadwick Bosman played King T’Challa and lead character ‘Black Panther’ in Marvel’s superhero movie ‘Black Panther’. He left an indelible mark in fans with films like ‘Get It Up’, ‘42’ and ‘Marshall’. His character of King T’Challa in ‘Black Panther’ was very famous. ‘Black Panther’ is one of Hollywood’s highest-grossing films.
Chadwick Boseman had won a lot of awards in his career. His film ‘Black Panther’ received nominations for 6 categories at the Oscar Award and the film also won three Oscars.
How did the character of ‘Black Panther’ emerge?
The character of ‘Black Panther’ first appeared in Marvel’s film ‘Captain America: Civil War’ and then Boseman played this character in the blockbuster movie ‘ Black Panther’. He played this character in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. He was all set to appear in the sequel of MCU’s ‘ Black Panther-2’, in 2022. Also, the character got admiration worldwide as this was the first coloured superhero to lead the movie.