How I Met Your Mother actor Josh Radnor pens a touching letter, which mentions about his legacy, to the late Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick Boseman, who passed away at the age of 43 on 28 August after battling colon cancer for four years, was known in films such as 42, Black Panther, Captain America: Civil War, and Da 5 Bloods. His death saddened the whole world, and people paid tribute to the late actor on their social media accounts.
Also, Boseman was viewed as a superhero both on and off the screen. His passing left many, including his costars and fans, mourning.
Radnor shared an illustration image of Boseman, which was made by author Nikkolas Smith, on his Instagram account and penned a touching letter to show respect to the Black Panther actor.
In his letter, Radnor said he was a fan of him even though he had never met him and continued to talk about his amazing legacy. He said:
“I never met Chadwick Boseman but of course, I was a fan. How could you not be? He radiated intelligence, grace, and charisma.”
The 46-year-old actor revealed that he made virtue compelling and he accomplished something very difficult to do as an actor. He stated:
“And he did something that is so deeply hard to do as an actor: He made virtue compelling.”
He also continued and gave some information about the image that he shared:
“It’s tough to wrap one’s head around the fact that he did so much of his radiantly alive work while engaged in this epic off-screen battle. I love this piece from Nikkolas Smith of Boseman visiting a cancer ward in a children’s hospital while he himself was sick (A portion of the proceeds of this print will go to Children’s Hospital L.A. and St. Jude”
Check out the Instagram post of Josh below.