‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ star Sergio Calderon passes away at 77
Veteran actor Sergio Calderon has passed away. The famous actor died on Wednesday at the age of 77. His most well-known role was in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.
According to The Hollywood Reported, Calderon played a Mexican revolutionary during the start of the twentieth century in the 1971 movie Duck, You Sucker! Sergio Leone wrote and helmed the film. In John Huston’s 1984 film Under the Volcano, he played a violent Mexican chief of police alongside Albert Finney.
Calderon portrayed one of the film’s Pirate Lords, Captain Eduardo Villanueva of the Adriatic Sea, in Pirates of the Caribbean. The actor shared images of himself with franchise star Johnny Depp as well as Keith Richards, who portrayed the Pirate Lord of Madagascar and Depp’s father in the film, on social media.
The actor appeared in over three dozen movies, including The Revengers (1972), The Children of Sanchez (1978), Le Chevre (1981), Old Gringo (1989), The Missing (2003), The Ruins (2008) and Little Fockers (2010). He likewise appeared in the last season of FX’s Better Things last year.