Actor known for roles in “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Men in Black,” Sergio Calderón, has passed away at the age of 77…

Actor known for roles in “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Men in Black,” Sergio Calderón, has passed away at the age of 77…

Sergio Calderón, who was noted for his work on movies like Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Men in Black, and The Ruins, amongst others, passed away recently. He was 77.

The tragic news was verified on Wednesday by a representative for Calderón, who told ET that the actor was accompanied by family at the time of his passing.

His representative added, “We are sad to inform you that Sergio passed away this morning,” and they can confirm this. “He had been in the hospital earlier with a bout of pneumonia, although it is unclear whether or not it was the cause of his loss. At the moment, he was surrounded by members of his family.

In the third film in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, which was released in 2007, Calderón plays the role of Captain Eduardo Villanueva of the Adriatic Sea, a pirate lord. Additionally, he provided his voice for the At World’s End video game, in which he played the role of the Pirate Lord once again.

The late actor uploaded many photographs from his time on set through social media, including photos of himself beside the franchise’s star, Johnny Depp, as well as photos of himself with rock musician Keith Richards, who portrayed the Pirate Lord of Madagascar and Depp’s father in the film. In addition, the late actor shared photos of himself with the cast and crew of the film.

Another regular in the Men in Black franchise, Calderón portrayed José in the 1997 movie. José is the character whose head is seen on the point of a sword next to Tommy Lee Jones’ character, K. This is another image that Calderón has proudly shared on social media.

The Ruins and Little Fockers are only two of Calderón’s more recent film credits; he also appeared in an episode of Peacock’s The Resort and the FX series Better Things, both of which premiered in 2022.

Calderón’s career lasted six decades, during which he collaborated with a number of notable directors and actors, including Sergio Leone in the 1971 film Duck, You Sucker!, John Houston in The Bridge in the Jungle and Under the Volcano, as well as Gore Verbinski and Barry Sonnenfeld of Pirates and Men in Black, respectively.

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