Kevin Bozeman Bio, Wiki
Kevin Bozeman is a Comedian, Dancer, and a Podcaster best for being the brother of Chadwick Boseman, an American actor and producer best known for T’Challa in the Marvel’s Universe Black Panther. On Friday, August 28th the 43-year-old died of colon cancer at 43, leaving behind his wife, Taylor Simone Ledward.
Kevin is also a dancer who has performed with the Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey troupes and toured with the stage adaptation of “The Lion King.”
Kevin Bozeman Parents
He is the second born in a family of three brothers. His eldest brother, Derrick is a preacher in Tennessee while the most renowned was the youngest for his role as T’Challa in the Marvel’s Universe Black Panther.
Kevin mother, Carolyn, was a nurse and his father, Leroy, worked for an agricultural conglomerate and had a side business as an upholsterer.
Kevin Bozeman Career
He writes in his website that, in 2000 he was the winner of the Midwest region of the HBO “Comedy Competition” and flew to Los Angeles to compete as a finalist. He performed on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” in 2003 and finished 2nd in the Boston Comedy Competition in 2005. He was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” in 2015. Kevin has appeared on Comedy Central, NBC, CBS and Fox. His Dry Bar Comedy Special, “Clean & Unfiltered” has over 7 million views.
Chadwick Boseman Death & Cause
Chadwick died of complications related to his four-year battle with colon cancer at his home on August 28, 2020, with his wife, Taylor Simone Ledward and family by his side.
An official statement on his social media accounts said, “It was the honor of his career to bring King T’Challa to life in Black Panther.”
— Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) August 29, 2020
Boseman was best known for his role as T’Challa, or the Black Panther, king of the fictional African nation of Wakanda in the 2018 Marvel superhero movie “Black Panther.”
The film was a cultural touchstone — the first major superhero movie with an African protagonist; the first to star a majority Black cast; and in Ryan Coogler, the first to employ a Black writer and director.