Actor Chadwick Boseman poses for a portrait in 2013.
After the Los Angeles premiere of “42,” Bosman embraced Jackie Robinson’s widow, Rachel.
Boseman paid tribute to film director Spike Lee at an NBA game in New York in 2013.
Soon after the “42” theater was released, Bosman accepted an interview with “Tonight’s Performance with Jay Leno”.
Boseman laughed with baseball star Matt Kemp after making his first goal in a Los Angeles Dodgers game in 2013.
Boseman played the iconic singer James Brown in the 2014 biopic “Get on Up”.
In 2017’s “Marshall”, Bosman played Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Boseman took a photo with comic writer Stan Lee, who co-created many Marvel superheroes that have emerged on the big screen.
Boseman has appeared in many Marvel movies as the Black Panther of the fictional country Wakanda. The character won his own movie in 2018.
The role of the Panthers/King T’Challa is “the honor of the (Boseman) profession”, his publicist Nicki Fioravante said in a statement.
Boseman participated in the European premiere of “Black Panther” in London.
While participating in the 2018 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, Victor Oladipo wore a black panther mask and performed “Wakanda Forever” with Boseman sitting on the sidelines.
Boseman surprised fans on the “Tonight Show” in 2018.
As a black panther, Boseman paid tribute to “Wakanda Forever” in “Avengers: Infinity War”.
After winning the 2018 MTV Film and Television Awards, Boseman wandered through the crowd.
Boseman (Boseman) and three “Black Panther” (Black Panther) co-star on the Golden Globes stage: from left, Danai Gurira (Danai Gurira), Lupita Nyong (Lupita Nyong’ o) and Michael B. Jordan.
From left, Jordan, Boseman and Angela Bassett participated in the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards. The “Black Panther” actor won the award for his outstanding performance as a film actor.
Just after winning the Oscar in 2019, Boseman took a photo with Lady Gaga backstage.
Boseman and his wife Taylor Simone Ledward participated in the NBA All-Star Game in February 2020.
Boseman is a center. He played a Vietnam War soldier in Spike Lee’s movie “Up to 5 Blood” released in June 2020.