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British-American Actor Perdomo Dies In Motorcycle Accident

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Actor Chance Perdomo, who gained notoriety for his work on the Netflix horror series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, passed away at the age of 27 in a motorbike accident, according to his publicist.

The British-American celebrity grew up in Southampton after being born in Los Angeles.

Because of his performance in the BBC Three drama Killed by My Debt, he received a nomination for best actor at the 2019 Bafta TV Awards.

The publicist said in a statement, “His unquenchable desire for life was sensed by all who knew him.”

The statement obtained by the BBC’s American partner, CBS, went on to say, “His warmth will go on in those who he loved dearest,” before requesting that Perdomo’s family be granted “privacy as they mourn the loss of their beloved son and brother.”

The location of the accident and its cause have not yet been made public. According to CBS, the spokesperson stated that “no additional individuals were involved.”

Perdomo portrayed Andre Anderson in the Amazon Prime superhero series Gen V, in addition to portraying warlock Ambrose Spellman in the Netflix thriller.

In a statement, Gen V co-producers Sony Pictures Television and Amazon MGM Studios recalled the actor as an “enthusiastic force of energy” and as “charming.”

They said, “It doesn’t even make sense to write about him in the past tense.”

After graduating from high school, Perdomo studied law before making his acting debut in the CBBC comedy Hetty Feather in 2017.

He was listed among the Bafta’s for his performance in the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina “Breakthrough Brits” in 2019.

Perdomo told BBC Newsbeat that he had been “overwhelmed” by the response to Killed by My Debt, a docudrama based on the true story of Jerome Rogers, a motorcycle courier in London who found himself in crushing debt and took his own life, after receiving a nomination for best actor at the Bafta Awards that same year.

A local publication claimed that Perdomo had visited his old Southampton secondary school to speak to Year 10 students ahead of the 2019 Bafta Awards event in May.

Headteacher Jason Ashley of Redbridge Community School said, “He spoke to them about working hard, and he told them it was only his passion for performing and not for fame that brought him where he is now.”


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