Patrick Schwarzenegger honors late ‘Gen V’ co-star Chance Perdomo

Hollywood is honoring rising star Chance Perdomo after his untimely death over the weekend in a motorcycle accident. He was 27 years old.

His co-stars on Amazon Prime’s “Gen V” are sharing their heartfelt tributes to the American-British actor across social media.

“This hurts. A lot. What a young talented actor, and a great friend,” costar Patrick Schwarzenegger, 30, wrote on X. “Gone way too soon.”

Perdomo, best known for his roles as Andre Anderson on “Gen V” and Ambrose Spellman on “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” died in a motorcycle accident, according to his publicist.

“It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of Chance Perdomo’s untimely passing as a result of a motorcycle accident,” his reps shared in a statement. “Authorities have advised that no other individuals were involved.”

The statement continued: “His passion for the arts and insatiable appetite for life was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth will carry on in those who he loved dearest. We ask to please respect the family’s wish for privacy as they mourn the loss of their beloved son and brother.”

He posted a photo of a motorcycle on Instagram a couple weeks before his death captioned, “Day 77. Final calm before storm. #backontheroad.”

Lucy Davis, who co-starred with Perdomo on “Sabrina” as his aunt Hilda, opened up about the last time she spoke with Perdomo.

“I saw Chance just before Christmas and, as usual, he had a beaming smile on his face, and was so happy with the work he was doing on Gen V,” Davis wrote in a Mar. 30 IG post. “Playing his aunt on ‘Sabrina’ was like I had a brother on set with me. He was so cheeky and joined me in all the prank playing.

“Although we laughed a lot, you could have really deep and soulful conversations with Chance. Wise beyond his years,” Davis continued. “So many of us ‘Sabrina’ cast and crew have been talking and texting, confused and in shock by the suddenness of his loss. I can’t even imagine what his family are going through. My heart breaks for them.”

Skye P. Marshall, who also worked with Perdomo on “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” expressed what type of person he was.

“Chance was my baby,” Marshall expressed. “A kind, precious man who’s extraordinarily gifted, very intelligent, loving hugger, energetic, radiant force of nature with a beautiful vibrant soul and a bright childlike smile, moving to the beat of his own drum. We’d both light up every single time we saw each other.”

Season 2 of “Gen V” will be pushed back in the wake of his unexpected death, according to Entertainment Tonight.