Chance Perdomo: Remembering the Rising Star’s Legacy After Tragic Accident

Chance Perdomo: Remembering the Rising Star’s Legacy After Tragic Accident

Bollywoodfever, March, 31: Chance Perdomo, known for his roles in “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and “Gen V,” has tragically died at 27 due to a motorcycle accident.

A publicist representing Perdomo’s family and agents released a statement on Saturday evening expressing deep sorrow over his unexpected death. The statement clarified that the accident was a solitary incident, though further details about the crash’s specifics were not disclosed.

Chance Perdomo: Remembering the Rising Star's Legacy After Tragic Accident

Perdomo had recently portrayed Andre Anderson in “Gen V,” a series focused on a college set within the same universe as Amazon Prime’s “The Boys,” where superheroes exist as flawed celebrities. In the show, his character was a student at Godolkin University, an institution under the shadow of the Vought International corporation, with the ability to manipulate metal.

The production teams at Amazon MGM Studios and Sony Pictures Television, behind “Gen V,” expressed their heartbreak over Perdomo’s loss. “We are shattered by the sudden loss,” they remarked. The statement from “Gen V” producers reflected on Perdomo’s vibrant personality and extraordinary talent, describing him as a person of great kindness and warmth. “It feels wrong to even speak of him in the past tense,” they added.

The impact of Perdomo’s passing on the future of “Gen V,” which boasts a cast including Jaz Sinclair, Patrick Schwarzenegger, and Shelley Conn, remains uncertain as of the latest updates.

Perdomo was widely recognized for his portrayal of Ambrose Spellman in “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” a departure from the lighter tone of the Melissa Joan Hart-led “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” The darker Netflix series, developed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, placed its Archie Comics characters in a neighboring town to “Riverdale,” offering a more eerie and mature narrative. Ambrose, Sabrina Spellman’s cousin, was a significant role for Perdomo, showcasing him as a pansexual warlock with a knack for necromancy, often playing the role of the rational voice amidst chaos. The series, which concluded in 2020, featured Perdomo alongside Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto, and Tati Gabrielle, with Jaz Sinclair also in the cast.

Born in Los Angeles and raised in England, Perdomo was of Black and Latino heritage. He once reflected on how channeling his energy into acting transformed his life, drawing parallels between his own experiences and those of his character Ambrose. In a 2018 interview with, Perdomo shared insights into his personal growth, emphasizing the importance of family and how he resonates with Ambrose’s prioritization of loved ones.

Beyond his television roles, Perdomo appeared in the “After” movie series and was set to feature in “Bad Man” alongside Seann William Scott and Rob Riggle.

His publicist’s statement remembered him as a vibrant soul with a deep love for the arts, whose kindness and passion left a lasting impression on everyone he encountered. “His passion for the arts and insatiable appetite for life was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth will carry on in those who he loved dearest,” the statement concluded.

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