Black Panther: Chadwick Boseman net worth, salary

Black Panther: Chadwick Boseman net worth, salary
Chadwick Boseman

American Actor, playwright, and screenwriter Chadwick Aaron Boseman had a net worth of $12 million at the time of his untimely death in August 2020.

Boseman in his short career illuminated the acting world on fire in a number of high-profile movies.

He developed a reputation for playing real-life historical figures in a convincing manner. Chadwick was well-known for mainstream roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

iBrandTV gathered reported that the Wakanda King was born on November 29th of 1976 in Anderson, South Carolina. Raised in a Christian, working-class family, Boseman became interested in the performing arts from a very early age. He sang in a church choir in his youth. While in high school, he wrote a play after being inspired by the death of a close friend who was the victim of a shooting. He then staged the play and had it performed at his high school.

After graduating from high school in 1995, Boseman attended Howard University. Once there, he continued to study performing arts and worked towards a degree in directing. In 2000, he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in directing. During one summer, Chadwick attended a drama program at the British American Drama Academy in London, England, which was connected to Oxford University.

Chadwick knew that if he wanted to become a good director, he had to learn how to act first. He eventually graduated from the Digital Film Academy in New York City, having studied acting there extensively. During this early point in Boseman’s career, he lived in Brooklyn and worked as a drama instructor in Harlem, New York. By 2008, he realized that he wanted to pursue a full-time career as an actor. This prompted him to move to Los Angeles.

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Career: Before arriving in Los Angeles, Boseman had already worked extensively as an actor in various television series, such as “Third Watch,” “Law & Order,” “CSI: NY,” and “ER.” During this period, he continued to write, and one of his plays was performed in Chicago.

After arriving in Los Angeles, Chadwick booked a recurring role in the series “Lincoln Heights.” He also made his film debut in “The Express: The Ernie Davis Story.” By 2010, he had booked another recurring role in the series “Persons Unknown.” A major breakthrough came in 2013 when Boseman booked a central role in the film “42.” He played baseball star Jackie Robinson in the film. That year, he appeared in the independent film “The Kill Hole.”

In 2014, Chadwick landed a role in another sports film called “Draft Day,” which starred Kevin Costner. He finished the year by portraying James Brown in the film “Get on Up.” Boseman returned to the spotlight in 2016, starting by playing the Egyptian god Thoth in “Gods of Egypt.” However, his most prominent role of that year came when he played T’Challa in “Captain America.” This was the first appearance of the superhero Black Panther in a Marvel film.

He followed up in 2018 with “Black Panther,” a Marvel film dedicated to the superhero. The highly-anticipated film raked in almost $1.35 billion at the box office and solidified Boseman’s status as an internationally-renowned actor. He appeared as Black Panther once again in “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” the latter of which became the highest-grossing movie of all time with box office earnings of $2.8 billion. In the same year “Avengers: Endgame” was released, Boseman appeared in the action film “21 Bridges.” Also in 2019, Chadwick joined the cast of “Da 5 Bloods,” a Netflix war movie directed by Spike Lee.


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