‘Gen V’ Actor Chance Perdomo Passes Away at 27 Following Motorcycle Crash

Chance Perdomo, renowned for his roles in Amazon’s “Gen V” and Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” has tragically passed away following a motorcycle accident.

The Wrap, referencing statements from the actor’s representatives, reported that Chance was involved in a solo accident that resulted in no other injuries. Details such as the location, time, and specific circumstances of the crash have not been disclosed.

His representatives shared, “Chance’s zeal for the arts and his vibrant spirit were evident to all who knew him. His kindness and warmth will live on in the hearts of his closest loved ones. We kindly request privacy for his family as they grieve the loss of a cherished son and brother.”

The production team of “Gen V,” his most recent project, expressed their shock and sadness: “It’s hard to comprehend this loss. Chance was a beacon of positivity and talent on set, beloved for his charm, talent, and kindness. He was not just a brilliant actor but a genuinely lovely person to all who knew him.”

Chance gained widespread acclaim for his role as Andre Anderson, a character with magnetic abilities in “The Boys” spinoff, and as Ambrose Spellman in “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” alongside Kiernan Shipka. His filmography also includes a significant role in the “After We Fell” series, as well as parts in “The Cipher,” “Moominvalley,” “Killed by My Debt,” “Midsomer Murders,” “Hetty Feather,” among others.

Chance Perdomo was 27 years old.

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