Little is known about the details of Chance Perdomo’s death, except that it happened on Friday and was related to a motorcycle accident. His agent, Rachel Hunt, said no other people were involved in the accident. That explains the little information. In this case, there is no usual police investigation that is known to the public in the United States.

His agent announced: “It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that Chance Perdomo passed away far too early as a result of a motorcycle accident. Authorities said there were no other people involved. His passion for the arts and his insatiable appetite life was felt by all who knew him. And his warmth will endure with those he loved most. We ask that the family’s desire for privacy be respected as they mourn the loss of their beloved son and brother. ” Just a few days before his death, Perdomo shared a photo of his new machine on Instagram:

Perdomo rose to fame with his role as Ambrose Spellman in the Netflix production “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and later as Andre Anderson in the series “Gen V.” In “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” he played the pansexual wizard Ambrose Spellman for four seasons. He himself called the series his breakthrough. “Sabrina opened the whole world to me.” The series was shown worldwide on Netflix: “Everyone just had to press the button.”

Parallel to the Netflix spectacle, he played Jerome Rogers in “Killed by My Debt” (2018). “It’s a true story. I play a man who commits suicide. Very different roles, very different approaches, on opposite sides of the world.” Perdomo received a BAFTA nomination for Best Actor for Jerome Rogers.

He described himself as “a black child raised by a Latino mother in a dual-nationality white society.” After mini-performances as a child, he trained at the Identity School of Acting in London. He also played Landon in the three teen romance films in the “After” series.

The producers of “Gen V” wrote of his death: “We cannot imagine this. Those of us who knew and worked with him knew Chance as charming and always smiling, an enthusiastic force of nature, an incredibly talented artist and before “A very friendly, lovable person.”

“Writing about him in the past tense makes no sense. We are so sorry for Chance’s family and mourn the loss of our friend and colleague.”