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Mark Margolis, ‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Scarface’ actor, dead at 83
told The Hollywood Reporter.The Post has reached out to Margolis’ reps for comment.Margolis’ acting career began in the 1950s on the soap opera “Guiding Light,” and he went on to star in supporting roles in “Going in Style” (1979) and “Dressed to Kill” (1980).As a character actor playing mobsters and baddies, his biggest early role was in 1983’s “Scarface” as mobster Alberto the Shadow opposite Al Pacino’s Tony Montana.Margolis became a favorite of Darren Aronofsky, who cast him in nearly all of his films including 1998’s “Pi,” 2008’s “The Wrestler” and 2010’s Oscar-winning “Black Swan.”But it was “Breaking Bad” for which Margolis will never be forgotten. As cartel leader Hector “Tio” Salamanca, Margolis rarely spoke a word, since his character had suffered a nearly-fatal stroke that rendered him speechless.Communicating mostly through glares and growls, Margolis’ Hector often rang a piercing bell to spell out words while speaking with friends and foes, including Bryan Cranston’s Walter White and Giancarlo Esposito’s Gus Fring.And as “Breaking Bad” fans know, his final scene in the series was even more explosive than his silent, but threatening, gestures.This is a breaking story.