Black Panther stuntman and children killed in car crash

Black Panther stuntman and children killed in car crash

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Taraja Ramsess, a stuntman and actor who worked on both Black Panther films, died in a fatal Atlanta car crash along with three of his children. He was 41.


Local news outlet Fox-Atlanta confirmed that Ramsess was behind the wheel on Oct. 31 when his car collided with a tractor-trailer that had broken down in a left lane. The crash remains under investigation.


His mother, Akili Ramsess, confirmed the deaths in an Instagram post mourning her son and his two daughters Sundari and Fujibo, who were 13 years old and 8 weeks old, respectively. In a later post, she also confirmed the loss of his 10-year-old son, Kisasi, who was hospitalized for several days in critical condition before succumbing to his injuries.


Taraja Ramsess.
Taraja Ramsess/Facebook

“All who knew and met him know how special Taraja was,” she wrote. “He had a deep capacity for love and loved his children more than all. He loved his martial arts, motorcycles and all things related to filmmaking. He a very droll yet wicked sense of humor & yet could be as cornball corny as can be.”



She continued, “I can’t believe they’re gone! We are grieving and remain prayerful for my grandchildren’s recovery. Thank you to so many who have already reached out with kind words and prayers.”


In addition his stunt work featured in multiple MCU projects, including Avengers: Endgame and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Ramsess has a long list of credits that include blockbuster action movies such as The Suicide Squad, Creed III, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Emancipation, and The Harder They Fall. He also appeared as a background actor in several projects, served as a camera operator, or worked in the art department.


Ramsess was also a crew member for Ava DuVernay’s distribution company ARRAY. The director penned a touching tribute to Ramsess on Instagram, writing, “He walked like a king. And to me, always acted like one.”



DuVernay continued, “I remember one day on set, we didn’t have enough Black background actors for a key scene. I had to recruit my crew members to be on-camera. Taraja was the first to say yes. Yes, I’ll do my real job and then jump into this wild scene playing a tough guy with a gun for you. From there – everyone else said yes too. He was that kind of person. A leader. A light. Taraja. His name is like music. We will continue to sing it. Bless his soul. Bless his memory. Bless his loved ones and the many comrades he leaves here as he journeys on.”


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