Hollywood star Chadwick Boseman, who died recently, volunteered a portion of his salary to actress Sienna Miller to help her play the role of detective Frankie Burns in the thriller 21 Bridges. The actress told this in an interview with Empire magazine.
According to Miller, Boseman, who was also a producer for the film, really wanted her to be in the film. But at the time she was asked to do the movie, she didn’t really feel like going back to acting, so she asked for an amount she didn’t think she would get. “I was reluctant to go back to work because my daughter was just starting school and it was an awkward time. Then I said, ‘I’ll do it if I’m paid enough.’ ”
In the end, Boseman donated a portion of his salary to ensure that the amount Miller asked for was achievable. “He said I get paid what I deserve, what I am worth. It’s kind of the most amazing thing I’ve ever experienced. ”
Boseman died at the end of August at the age of 43 from colon cancer. He had been ill for several years, but had never made it publicly known.
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