Chance Perdomo Dies in Motorcycle Accident

( – Chance Perdomo, best known for his roles in the Netflix series the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and the Amazon’s new superhero spin-off “Gen V,” has died after figuring in a motorcycle accident. He was only 27 years old.

Perdomo’s publicist confirmed his passing to news outlets, and said that there were no other people involved in the accident. No additional details regarding the crash, such as how and where it happened, have been released to the public as of press time. Some news outlets have reached out to authorities in Los Angeles to confirm if the accident took place there, but have not yet received a reply.

Perdomo’s latest role was the metal-manipulating Andre Anderson in Amazon’s “Gen V” series, a spin-off on its edgy superhero show “The Boys.” He also played Ambrose Spellman, the pansexual necromancer in “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” Netflix’s mature and darker take on the bubbly 1990s sitcom “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” that starred Melissa Joan-Hart.

The young actor’s sudden death sent shockwaves across Hollywood, especially among his co-stars and co-workers on Gen V. The producers for the show released a statement saying that, “We can’t quite wrap our heads around this.” Gen V’s producers described Perdomo as an “incredibly talented performer” and an “enthusiastic force of nature” who was always armed with his smiles and charm.

It is also unclear at the moment how Gen V’s writers and showrunners will treat Perdomo’s sudden departure from the show.

One of Perdomo’s co-stars in the superhero series, Patrick Schwarzenegger, posted several photos of himself and Perdomo on his Instagram stories, with part of the caption reading that Schwarzenegger hopes that Perdomo was enjoying a cigar “up in heaven.”

Perdomo, who is of black and Hispanic heritage, was born in Los Angeles but grew up in England.

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