He certainly should have lived much longer, yes, and his death was a tragic accident that cut him down at the start of his prime.
Sadly, it was revealed one year after his death that Yelchin was born with cystic fibrosis, and he was in the midst of planning an announcement regarding his terminal diagnosis. This makes Yelchin's death all the more tragic.
Pardon me, I think you must be mistaken. I mean I'm no doctor and I didn't known him personally but Antom had no such thing I think as far as I know and he was killed by his own Jeep Grand Cherokee when it rolled down fatallly pinned him between that gate outside of home. If that hadn't of happened...maybe he'd still be here huh?
Anton Yelchin WAS born with cystic fibrosis (a terminal illness where the life expectancy is in the 40s in the developed world). The information went public in 2017, after his death, and shortly before his death, Anton was planning on making a public announcement regarding his diagnosis. Had he not died from the automobile accident, CF would've taken his life another 20 years or so later.
Did I do something wrong? O_o (Please let me know, because this REALLY came out of left field, and frankly, it's a bit unfair to give such a warning without even referencing whatever it was that was done incorrectly.) I only made around three recent edits, all of which INCLUDED a citation to legitimize/credit the change.
I guess I'm not entirely understanding the point of these particular categorizations, then. Why exactly are they a necessiity? It's not like any of the pages on the Wiki thus far contain any purely speculative information; all of the content thus far has been canon.