Mark Margolisactor who played Hector Salamanca of breaking bad and Better Call SaulHe died last Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York at the age of 83. The news was confirmed by his son Morgan Margolis. According to information released by the American press, Mark suffered a brief illness and was ultimately attended by his wife Jacqueline and his son.
Robert Kolker, the artist’s representative since 2007, said: I will never meet someone like him again. He was a valued customer and friend for life. I was lucky to meet him. Margolis’ family will hold a private memorial service and funeral. Instead of honoring him with flowers, he suggested donating to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Born in Philadelphia in 1939, Margolis moved to New York at an early age to pursue his passion for acting. Throughout his career, he has made a huge impact on the television world. Vince Gilligan, especially in his portrayal of Uncle Hector, has become one of the most iconic characters in the AMC Original series despite having very little dialogue. The star was nominated for multiple awards, including an Emmy Award for her performance in 2012. breaking bad.
In addition to his work in television, he has had an outstanding film career, appearing in over 70 films over 50 years, including appearances in critically acclaimed films such as: I was. scarface He is a frequent collaborator with director Darren Aronofsky. When it comes to performing in theater, he has participated in over 50 Off-Broadway productions and founded the traveling theater company Blue Dome.
Mark Margolis earned great acclaim for his role in breaking bad,uncle Hector SalamancaOne of the enemies of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and in the past, Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito). Even though he didn’t say a word, his expression said it all. His condition, confined to a wheelchair due to apparent neurological damage, was later described as follows: Better Call Saulwhich aired on AMC for five seasons and served as a prequel to the critically acclaimed show.
Hector was the leader of a criminal gang in New Mexico. But after sustaining his brain damage, his nephew Tuco (Raymond Cruz) took over the illegal drug business. The Salamanca family had a lot of relevance in this world, as the spin-off starring Bob Odenkirk also featured another of Hector’s nephews, the fearsome Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton).
Both TV series have ended and are available in catalogs. Netflix.