Kiernan Shipka Mourns Death of Chance Perdomo

Kiernan Shipka, who starred in Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”, recently mourned the passing of her co-star Chance Perdomo via social media. The two had worked closely together on the show, creating a deep bond between them.

Remembering Chance Perdomo

Perdomo, known for his role as Ambrose Spellman in the series, tragically died in a motorcycle accident at the age of 27. He was remembered by Shipka in a heartfelt Instagram post, where she expressed how much Perdomo’s death has affected her. She shared a carousel of images featuring the two of them, expressing her loss with the caption, “Oh man this hurts.”

Shipka’s Tribute to Perdomo

Shipka’s tribute to Perdomo spoke volumes about his personality. Describing him as a “one of a kind soul” and a “creative, loving, and caring force,” Shipka recalled his playful nature and the cheerful moments they shared. She reminisced about the piggyback rides to her trailer and how Perdomo never failed to keep her “on my toes.” She later concluded her tribute writing, “I loved him with my whole heart. I always will.”

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Perdomo’s Impact on His Co-stars

It wasn’t just Shipka who was affected by the loss. Many of Perdomo’s co-stars from Sabrina and also from Prime Video’s Gen V took to social media to honor Perdomo. Patrick Schwarzenegger, his co-star from Gen V, expressed his grief on social media describing Perdomo as “a young talented actor, and a great friend – gone way too soon.”

Netflix CEO Pays Tribute

Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos also paid tribute to Perdomo, praising his talent and character. He expressed that everybody at Netflix is sending love and strength to Chance’s entire family and friends.

Wrapping Up

The tragic loss of Chance Perdomo has deeply affected the entertainment industry. His contribution to the series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and his impactful presence will be dearly missed. For more updates on entertainment news, check out HitPlay.