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'Men in Black' 'head on a stick' Sergio Calderón dies at 77

Sergio Calderón, an affable Mexican character actor who played roles in The In-Laws, Men in -Laws who rose to prominence in such notable films as ) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End , is dead. he is77.

Calderon died Wednesday at a Los Angeles hospital of natural causes, a family spokesman announced.

Calderón at 05 century duck, you idiot! (673) , written and directed by Sergio Leone, opposite the murderous Mexican police chief John Huston’s Under the Volcano ( Albert Finney ).

He guest starred as colorful bandit Malavida Valdése on NBC The A-Team in the premiere episode of , Then came back later as the river pirate El Cajón (The Coffin) at the start of the show’s third season each year.

Calderón plays Alfonso, one of the Hondurans, in the Arthur Hiller

comedy In-laws () — Positive It was the role that got him the SAG card – and a fan of the original Men in Black (1997) Knowing he was a “head on a stick” held by an alien “illegal alien” trying to in Barry· Sonnenfeld Movie.

Sergio Calderon’s “Men in Black” Courtesy Everett Collection 1022693

Later, Calderón is the Spanish pirate king Captain Vallenueva (1997).

born in July21, 1945, Calderón at from his time at The Tropical Village family moved to Mexico City Institute study. Then, he was on the bridge in the jungle (673), starring Huston.

Among the thirty dozen movies on his resume are Avengers (1978), Sanchez’s children (1970), Le Chèvre (1979) , Old gringo ( 1983), Missing (1989), ruins (2007) and Little Fockers (2010). Last year, he also appeared in the final season of the FX series Better Things.

Survivors include his wife, Karen Dakin; children of Patrick Calderón-Dakin and Johanna Calderón-Dakin, vice president of public relations firm The Mesulam Group; son-in-law Raj; and grandchildren Krishnaavi, Emiliano and Victoria .



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