A widely beloved actor from the entire planet has passed away.

Actor Chance Perdomo, who starred in “Gen V” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” passed away in a motorbike accident, according to his representative.

His age was 27.

Speaking on his behalf, Rachel Hunt told CNN, “On behalf of the family and his representatives, it is with heavy hearts that we share the news of Chance Perdomo’s untimely death as a result of a motorcycle accident.”

According to Hunt, the local police said that no other individuals were engaged in the collision. CNN has requested further details regarding the motorcycle incident.

In all four seasons of the Netflix series “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” which starred Kiernan Shipka in the title role, he portrayed Ambrose Spellman. In addition, he gained notoriety for his role as Andre Anderson in “Gen V,” a Prime Video spinoff of “The Boys,” which debuted its first season the previous year.

Perdomo’s performance in the TV film “Killed by My Debt” earned him a nomination for a 2019 BAFTA TV Award.

His representative released a statement saying, “His warmth will live on in the people he loved the most. His love for the arts and hunger for life were felt by everyone who knew him.”

In a statement on X, Amazon MGM Studios and Sony Pictures Television expressed regret for the actor.

“Everyone in the Gen V family is heartbroken by Chance Perdomo’s unexpected passing.” “Our thoughts and prayers are with Chance’s family and all who loved him at this difficult time,” a statement from Sony Pictures Television and Amazon MGM Studios said.

The actor was recalled by those who worked on “Gen V” as a personable and talented performance.

“We find it difficult to understand this.” The producers posted a statement on X that read, “Chance was always charming and smiling, an energetic force of nature, an incredibly talented performer, and most of all, just a very kind, lovely person.” Writing about him in the past tense also seems out of place. The news of Chance’s passing crushes our hearts. He was a colleague and a buddy. Give your loved ones a strong hug this evening.

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