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Chadwick was born on 29th November 1977. He is a renown American actor, Director, and a Producer. Chadwick has acted in a majority of movies including the famous Black Panther of 2018. They include 42 (2013), Get on Up ( 2014), Marshall (2017), Message from the King (2016) among others.
Chadwick was born in Anderson, South Carolina on 29th November 1977. His father Leroy Boseman was a textile industries workers and the mother Carolyn was a Nurse. Boseman’s family originated from the Yoruba people of Nigeria and the Limba People of Sierra Leone.
Boseman attended T.L.Hanna High school and graduated in the year 1995. He later graduated from Howard University in Washington D.C in the year 2000. He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts. Through the help of his teacher (Phylicia Rashad) Boseman grew career-wise by attending the British America Drama Academy in London. Later at New York City’s Digital Film Academy he graduated.
Boseman started his career while in high school. He wrote a play (Crossroads) at his high school level. He was the drama instructor in the Schomburg Junior Scholars Program. It was at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York.
In the year 2008, Boseman moved to Los Angeles as a career development strategy. Boseman started his career majorly in the television shows. In the year 2003, he played the role of Reggie Porter in the All My Children show. The same year Boseman appeared in the Third Watch show. 2004 he featured in the Law & order show, CSI:NY (2006), Cold Case (2008), Lincoln Heights (2009), Lie to Me (2009), Persons Unknown (2010), The Glades (2010), Castle (2011), Fringe (2011), Detroit 1-8-7 (2011), Justified (2011), and Saturday Night Live (2018).
He also started film production in the year 2008. He was an actor in the film The Express. Boseman ventured in many more movies from that year. 2013 he appeared in 42, 2014 in the movie Draft Day and Get on Up, and many more. The likes of God of Egypt (2016), Captain America: Civil war (2016), Message from the king(2016), Marshall (2017), Black Panther (2018), Avengers: Infinity war (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019) and 17 Bridges (2019).
Boseman is a church choir and a Christian by faith. He is 42 years of age to date.