Chadwick Boseman Won a Posthumous Emmy for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance for his Role in ‘What If…?’

Chadwick Boseman Won a Posthumous Emmy for Outstanding Character Voice-Over performance for his role in ‘What If…?’

Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman has won a posthumous Emmy for Outstanding Character Voice-Over performance for the role Star-Lord T’Challa in Marvel’s What If…? Season 1.

Marvel Studios confirmed the news officially on their social media handle. In a post, Marvel quoted “Thank you to the Television Academy for recognizing the outstanding work of our King, the late Chadwick Boseman.”

Who Are All Nominated For The Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance

  • F. Murray Abraham as Khonshu, “Moon Knight”
  • Julie Andrews as Lady Whistledown, “Bridgerton”
  • Maya Rudolph as Connie The Hormone Monstress, “Big Mouth”
  • Stanley Tucci as Bitsy, “Central Park”
  • Jessica Walter as Malory Archer, “Archer”
  • Jeffrey Wright as The Watcher, “What If…?”
  • Chadwick Boseman as Star-Lord T’Challa, “What If…?”

Boseman was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016. He kept his condition private, continuing to act until his death in 2020 from the illness.

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Elina Raven is an author and content writer for maxblizz. Elina completed her graduation in MA Screen Production - Screenwriting and Documentary at the University Of the West Of England, Bristol.

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