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Actor Chance Perdomo, 27, Dies In Motorcycle Crash

Actor Chance Perdomo, widely recognized for his portrayal in the Netflix horror series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, tragically passed away in a motorcycle accident at the age of 27, as confirmed by his publicist.

The British-American actor, originally from Los Angeles and raised in Southampton, earned acclaim for his performance in the news drama Killed by My Debt, earning him a nomination for best actor at the 2019 Bafta TV Awards.

“His insatiable appetite for life was felt by all who knew him,” expressed the publicist in a statement. “His warmth will carry on in those whom he loved dearest,” the statement further conveyed, urging privacy for Perdomo’s family during this mourning period.

Details regarding the accident’s location and cause remain undisclosed, with reports confirming no involvement of other individuals.

Perdomo’s acting prowess extended beyond his role as warlock Ambrose Spellman in the Netflix series; he also captivated audiences as Andre Anderson in Amazon Prime’s superhero production Gen V.

In a joint statement, Amazon MGM Studios and Gen V co-producers Sony Pictures Television remembered Perdomo as “charming” and an “enthusiastic force of nature.”

Perdomo’s journey into acting commenced in 2017 with a role in the CBBC series Hetty Feather after pursuing studies in law.

His performance in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina propelled him into Bafta’s “Breakthrough Brits” list in 2019. Reflecting on his Bafta nomination for best actor, Perdomo expressed being “overwhelmed” by the response to Killed by My Debt, a docudrama recounting the poignant story of Jerome Rogers, a London motorcycle courier ensnared in debt, tragically leading to his demise.

Leading up to the Bafta Awards ceremony, Perdomo reportedly returned to his former Southampton secondary school to impart wisdom to Year 10 pupils, emphasizing the value of hard work and passion over fame, as recounted by Redbridge Community School’s headteacher, Jason Ashley, to the Southern Daily Echo.

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