Actor Chadwick Bosman poses for a photo in 2013.
Bosman’s breakthrough role came in 2013, when he played baseball legend Jackie Robinson in “42”.
Bosman hugs Rachel, the widow of Jackie Robinson, after the Los Angeles premiere of “42”.
Bosman greets director Spike Lee at the 2013 NBA match in New York.
Bosman was interviewed on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” shortly after “42” was shown in theaters.
Bosman laughs with baseball star Matt Kemp after he was sent off from the first court in a Los Angeles Dodgers match in 2013.
Bosman plays famous singer James Brown in “Get on Up” in the 2014 biopic.
In the 2017 Marshall film, Bosman portrayed Thurgood Marshall, the first African American judge on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Bosman poses with comic book author Stan Lee, who has co-created several Marvel superheroes who have appeared on the big screen.
Boseman has starred in a number of Marvel films such as Black Panther, the king of the fictional nation of Wakanda. The character got her own movie in 2018.
A statement from publicity agent Nikki Firavanti stated that the role of Black Panther / King Te Chala was “the honor of (Bosman’s) career”.
Boseman attends the European premiere of “Black Panther” in London.
While competing in the 2018 NBA Dunk Competition, Victor Oladipo wears a black panther mask and performs the “Wakanda Forever” salute with Boseman, who was seated on the field.
Boseman surprises a fan on “The Tonight Show” in 2018.
Boseman, like Black Panther, performs the “Wakanda Forever” salute in “Avengers: Infinity War”.
Boseman is cruising through the crowd after receiving an award at the MTV Movie and TV Awards in 2018.
Bosman joined on stage at the Golden Globe with three of the “Black Panther” co-stars: from left, Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o and Michael B. Jordan.
From left, Jordan, Bosman and Angela Bassett attend the Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2019. The “Black Panther” team won the award for Outstanding Performance by Actors in a Motion Picture.
Bosman poses with Lady Gaga behind the scenes after she just won an Oscar in 2019.
Bosman and his wife, Taylor Simon Ledward, attended the NBA All-Star Game in February 2020.
Bosman, center, plays a soldier in the Vietnam War in “Da 5 Bloods,” a Spike Lee movie released in June 2020.