Chilean actor Pedro Pascal is turning 48 this April 2. After the premiere of ‘The Last of Us’ he has become one of the public’s favorite artists and has established himself as a Hollywood star.
However, before being Joel in this series, he has other memorable roles with which he supports his great career in this industry. That series either films has starred in?
Here we tell you about the entire artistic career of Pedro Pascal going through ‘Narcos’, continuing through ‘Triple frontier’ until ‘The Last of Us’.
1. “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (2003)
At only 23 years old, Pedro Pascal was part of the cast of the series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, by his name in English. This production was one of Warnes’ most viewed and thanks to this, it had seven seasons.
Sarah Michelle Gellar was the protagonist and on her social networks she shared a photo where a young Pascal is seen.
2.Game of Thrones (2013)
Pedro Pascal who played the vigilante Oberyn Martell in the fourth season of the series.
“Game of Thrones”, released in 2001, became one of the most awarded series in history with its 47 Emmys, an absolute record for these awards.
3. Narcos (2015-2016)
The second season of ‘Narcos’ describes the fall of the all-powerful Colombian drug trafficker and the Chilean actor Pedro Pascal, is one of the protagonists of the series.
Shot in Colombia with ambitious production means, ‘Narcos’ had the Brazilian Wagner Moura in its cast, highly praised for his portrayal of Escobar; Pedro Pascal as Javier Peña, one of the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agents who tries to hunt him down, and a large cast of Latino actors such as Paulina Gaitán, Stephanie Sigman and Damián Alcázar.
4. The Mandalorian (2019)
After tracking down Pablo Escobar in “Narcos” and taking on (unsuccessfully) La Montaña in “Game of Thrones”; the Chilean starred in “The Mandalorian”, the first live action series of “Star Wars”.
Putting himself in the shoes of a mysterious and dark intergalactic bounty hunter, Pedro Pascal couldn’t be more different from his relentless character: very kind, attractive, elegant and with a shy point, he confesses that as a child he looked in the mirror of Luke Swywalker but admits who, at 44, is beginning to understand Darth Vader.
5. The Last of Us (2023)
The series tells what happens twenty years after modern civilization was destroyed. Joel (Pedro Pascal), a seasoned survivor, is hired to smuggle 14-year-old Ellie (Bella Ramsey) out of an oppressive quarantine zone. What starts out as a small job soon turns into a brutal and harrowing journey as both must traverse the US, depending on each other for survival.
The cast includes Pedro Pascal as Joel, Bella Ramsey as Ellie, Gabriel Luna as Tommy, Anna Torv as Tess, Nico Parker as Sarah, Murray Bartlett as Frank, Nick Offerman as Bill, Melanie Lynskey as Kathleen, Storm Reid as Riley, Merle Dandridge as Marlene, among others.
1. Sisters (2005)
In 1984, Natalia travels from Madrid to Texas to visit her sister Elena, who has just moved to the United States with her son and her husband. Fleeing from the military, Natalia left Argentina in 1975, after the disappearance of her boyfriend. Her father, David Levin, an intellectual and journalist, left behind an unpublished novel that Elena keeps in her house when she died. Natalia begins to read it and realizes that it is the story of her family during the dictatorship. Natalia and Elena exchange the memories that each one has of the events prior to that night. The end of the novel, which does not appear in the manuscript, hides a key that Natalia must reveal.
2. Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Ax (2011)
Spin-off of the TV series Burn Notice. Advising a local military platoon on a mission to Latin America, Lieutenant Commander Sam Ax begins to suspect that there are secrets within his ranks and eventually comes to the conclusion that he must act.
3. Bloodsucking Bastards (2015)
Evan is an overworked, dutiful employee trapped in a company that exploits him, his girlfriend Amanda, and his lazy best friend Tim. Evan’s fragile world ends up falling apart when his boss, Ted, grants his long-awaited promotion to his company nemesis, Max. But all that will be nothing compared to the secret he is about to discover, which will put his life and the lives of his companions in danger.
4. The Great Wall (2016)
China, 15th century. An English mercenary (Matt Damon) and another Spanish (Pedro Pascal) witness the mystery surrounding the construction of the Great Wall of China; Both will discover that it was not built to keep the Mongols away, but for something more dangerous: the mythical wall has been built to stop the arrival of monsters that devour human flesh.
A teenage girl and her father travel to a remote moon in search of wealth. But there are others wandering the toxic forest of the moon and the job quickly turns into a desperate fight to escape.
6. Triple Frontier (2019)
Five friends, all ex-military veterans and former Special Forces operatives, come together to plan an assault on a sparsely inhabited border area in South America. The goal: rob a powerful drug dealer. For the first time in their prestigious careers, these unsung heroes take on a dangerous mission for themselves, not their country. But when the situation takes an unexpected turn and threatens to spiral out of control, it unleashes a series of unforeseen consequences.
7. We Can Be Heroes (2020)
When alien invaders kidnap Earth’s superheroes, their children must unite and learn to work as a team if they are to save their parents and the world.
8.Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)
In 1984, at the height of the Cold War, Diana Prince, known as Wonder Woman, faces off against businessman Maxwell Lord and his former friend Barbara Minerva/Cheetah, a villain possessing superhuman strength and agility.
9. The Bubble (2022)
A group of actors and actresses trapped in a hotel due to a pandemic try to finish shooting a movie.
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