Gen V Cast Pays Tribute to Chance Perdomo After His Death

The cast of “Gen V” and its predecessor, “The Boys,” are mourning the loss of Chance Perdomo. Tragically, he died in a motorcycle accident at the tender age of 27.

Patrick Schwarzenegger, who played Luke, Andre’s best friend in the spinoff, shared memories on Instagram. “Love yah buddy,” he captioned, imagining Perdomo in heaven with a cigar.

Schwarzenegger expressed his sorrow on X, highlighting Perdomo’s talent and friendship. “This hurts. A lot,” he admitted. He cherished the time they worked together on the Prime Video series.

Meanwhile, Sean Patrick Thomas, portraying Perdomo’s on-screen father in “Gen V,” praised his intellect and talent on Instagram. “You were destined to make yourself unforgettable,” Thomas reflected, missing their deep conversations.

Lizze Broadway, another “Gen V” co-star, shared her grief on Instagram. Perdomo was a “beloved friend and castmate,” leaving a “profound void” in her heart. “He was my superhero,” Broadway wrote, mourning his loss.

Guest star Antony Starr and others from “The Boys” also paid tribute on social media. They remembered Perdomo fondly, highlighting the tragedy of his passing.

Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos recognized Perdomo’s talent, having worked with him on “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” Sarandos found Perdomo “great to work with,” lamenting the loss of such a young actor.

“Gen V” producers released a heartfelt statement. They described Perdomo as a charming, talented, and kind person. “We can’t quite wrap our heads around this,” they confessed, struggling with the reality of his passing.

Amazon MGM Studios and Sony Pictures Television expressed their devastation. The “Gen V family” is reeling from the shock, offering support to Perdomo’s loved ones during this difficult time.

The loss of Chance Perdomo has clearly left a significant impact on his colleagues and fans alike. His memory, however, continues to inspire those who knew him and enjoyed his work.

Mason Messick
Mason Messick
Mason Messick is a writer and television enthusiast. He has been covering the world of TV for 5 years and has a particular passion for drama series. Mason's engaging writing style has made him a valuable member of the Tonight.TV website team.

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