Mark Margolis, who performed Hector Salamanca in Breaking Dangerous and its spin-off Higher Name Saul, has died on the age of 83.
Margolis died Thursday at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York Metropolis following a brief sickness, his son, Knitting Manufacturing facility Leisure CEO Morgan Margolis, informed The Hollywood Reporter.
As Hector Salamanca, the aged don of the Salamanca drug cartel, Margolis appeared in eight episodes of Breaking Dangerous. His efficiency earned him a Primetime Emmy nomination for Excellent Visitor Actor in 2012.
Margolis later reprised the character within the Breaking Dangerous spin-off sequence Higher Name Saul, showing in 22 episodes.
Margolis’ different notable roles included as “The Shadow” in Brian De Palma’s movie Scarface, as Ace Ventura’s landlord in Ace Enterprise: Pet Detective, and as Antonio Nappa within the HBO sequence Oz. He was additionally a frequent presence in Darren Aronofsky’s movies with roles in Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, and The Wrestler, amongst different titles.
His remaining position got here within the 2023 Showtime sequence Your Honor reverse Breaking Dangerous co-star Bryan Cranston.