“Black Panther” Actress Dorothy Steel Dies at 95 | News

Dorothy Steel, who played a tribal leader in the Black Panther, has died at the age of 95.

According to WSB-TV, he died on Friday morning (October 15) at his home in Detroit. His publisher said he was in the middle of filming Black Panther 2 when the Marvel franchise flew him back home to Detroit, where he was born in 1926, to spend his last moments with his family.

Steel took on the role of tribal leader when he was 88 years old. WSB-TV revealed that Marvel called him an hour after the test strip was broadcast. Steel told the point of sale in 2018, “It was amazing, it really was. If someone had told me I was going to be an actor, I would have said you have to be out of your mind.

The exact cause of Steel’s death is unknown.

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