Respected Veteran Actor Mark Margolis Dead At 83 After Legendary Career

Mark Margolis

Famous vet­er­an char­ac­ter actor Mark Mar­go­lis passed away on Octo­ber 21st at the age of 83 after an incred­i­ble film and tele­vi­sion career span­ning over 60 years. 

Mar­go­lis was beloved for his role as the wheel­chair bound but cun­ning drug car­tel boss “Tio” Hec­tor Sala­man­ca on the hit TV shows “Break­ing Bad” and “Bet­ter Call Saul”. His sharp and mem­o­rable per­for­mances touched audi­ences of all ages and he will be deeply missed by fel­low actors, crew mem­bers and fans worldwide.

Although Mark Mar­go­lis is now gone, his icon­ic char­ac­ters and pow­er­ful per­for­mances will live on through his work on shows and movies for gen­er­a­tions of fans to come. 

Through­out his decades long career, Mar­go­lis con­sis­tent­ly brought human­i­ty and nuance to even the most minor roles. He rev­eled in bring­ing com­plex and flawed char­ac­ters to life through his immense skill and dedication.

While the cir­cum­stances of his pass­ing have not yet been released, we at Scan­dals­Mag wish to extend our deep­est con­do­lences to his fam­i­ly and loved ones dur­ing this dif­fi­cult time.

Mar­go­lis leaves behind a lega­cy of sto­ry­telling and enter­tain­ment that enriched and touched the lives of millions. 

His work as an actor will serve as an inspi­ra­tion for future gen­er­a­tions of per­form­ers and sto­ry­tellers. Mark Mar­go­lis was a tal­ent­ed per­former who tru­ly made the most of his remark­able career in Hol­ly­wood. He will be sore­ly missed.

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