Margolis, who was born in Philadelphia in 1939, began a career in acting and achieved success as a character actor. He had cameos in a number of movies and TV shows, such as “Scarface,” “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,” “Black Swan,” and “Oz.” He was nominated for an Emmy for his performance in “Breaking Bad” in 2012.
Mark Margolis, an accomplished actor best known for his depiction of the shady wheelchair-bound cartel member Hector Salamanca in the critically acclaimed TV series “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” passed suddenly on August 4, according to his family. When he passed away, he was 83 years old.
Margolis succumbed to his sickness on Thursday in a hospital in New York, according to AFP. His wife and son were at his side when he passed away.
His 61-year-old wife Jacqueline, their only child Morgan, and their three grandkids are all left to mourn his passing.
The official “Breaking Bad” social media account paid respect to Margolis, praising him on his enormous ability in portraying Hector Salamanca, a part that had a significant influence on television history.