He had a very sweet smile, but it was the face of the most ruthless drug dealer on the small screen.
Mark Margolisl’Hector Salamanca from the series Breaking Bad – Adverse Reactions (2009-2011) died today at the age of 83 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York after a short illness. This was revealed by his son Morgan Margolis, actor and CEO of Knitting Factory Entertainment, reportedly. Hollywood Reporter.
His character was The boss of the Mexican drug cartel remained silent and was paralyzed after a stroke: he used a bell mounted on a wheelchair to communicate.
He was also known for the TV series Better call Saulwhere did he play Don Hector ‘Tio’ Salamancaspin-offs, prequels and sequels breaking Badwhich aired from 2015 to 2022.
Margolis has distinguished himself for a long time as Bolivian assassin Alberto to the cinema Face with a scar From Brian DePalma (1984); then like a hoarse-voiced landowner Mr Shikadance looking for a house to rent in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994); then, from 1998 to 2003, as an HIV-positive mafia boss Anthony Nappa in the series ounce.
Born November 26, 1939 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in a Jewish family. he studied acting with Stella Adler at the prestigious Actors Studio in New York..
Among numerous performances, Mark Margolis played the role elderly math teacher For Darren Aronofsky V Pi – Delirium Theorem (1998), then appeared in the director’s next five films: How salesman V Requiem for a Dream (2000); How priest V Fountain – tree of life (2006); in the role Landlord Randy “The Ram” Robinson (Mickey Rourke) Wrestler (2008); How ballet patron V black swan – black swan (2010); e as “fallen angel” in Noah (2014).
“I’m just an apprentice actorMargolis said in an interview quoted by Hollywood Reporter. “Actually, six months after Scarface, I had to take a job with a real estate friend for a few months just to survive. films, they make the money that Angelina Jolie makes,” she explained.They don’t understand that most of my life has been a struggle“.