Hollywood Star And Inspirational Role Model Chadwick Boseman Passes Away At 43

The death of a beloved celebrity hits us all hard. When an actor is exceptional at his craft and is a kind and decent human being, it hurts us when they pass away suddenly. Chadwick, Boseman was one of those rare actors who began his career late but was so good at it as an actor that he reached the top in no time. He got his first major role in 2013 and by 2018 was a household name thanks to the MCU’s ‘Black Panther’. Today, he is sadly not with us anymore but his legacy will always live on.

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1The man who brought heroes to life

Chadwick Boseman made a name for himself in Hollywood and is best remembered for playing several real-life heroes on the big screen. He played Jackie Robinson in ‘42’, James Brown in ‘Get on Up’, and Thurgood Marshall in ‘Marshall’. These movies cemented his acting talent and skills in Hollywood.

The man who brought heroes to life

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2The Black Panther

Most young children know Chadwick for his role as the superhero ‘Black Panther’ in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He was seen as the character in ‘Black Panther’, ‘Captain America: Civil War’, ‘, Avengers: Infinity War’, and ‘Avengers: Endgame’. He won a lot of awards and recognition for his portrayal of the character.

The Black Panther

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3Ambitious from the start

The actor was very ambitious from the start. In his junior year, he wrote his first play titled Crossroads and staged it at the school after a classmate was shot and killed. He attended college at Howard University in Washington, D.C., graduating in 2000 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in directing.

Ambitious from the start

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4He started on TV

He began his career as an actor with the show ‘Third Watch’ and ‘All My Children’. It would be during this time that he would meet his future ‘Black Panther’ co-star Michael B. Jordan. He was seen in episodes of ‘Law & Order’, ‘CSI: NY’, and ‘ER’. He would continue to write scripts during this stage of his life.

He started on TV

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