Caesar Cordova is an unforgettable role actor in Al Pacino’s films “Scarface” and “Carlito’s Way”. According to his family’s announcement, he Died on Wednesday in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the age of 84. Throughout his career, Cordoba has been a member of the actor’s studio, appeared on Broadway, and produced the independent film “Paco”. His wife and seven children survived.
The news of Caesar Cordova’s death came from his actor son Panchito (according to The Hollywood Reporter). He is widely recognized for his role as a taco stall chef in Brian De Palma’s Scarface and a barber in Carlito’s Way.
Cordoba was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1936, but grew up in New York City and served in the army during the Korean War. His first film was Cornel Wilde’s “Sharks’s Treasure” in 1975, which made steady appearances on television in the 70s and 70s, including Kojak and Police Woman.
In 1980, he played a role in Bill Murray’s semi-biographical comedy, which was about reporter Hunter Thompson in Buffalo’s wanderings. He has also played minor roles in Jeff Bridges’ film “Cutter’s Way” and Sylvester Stallone’s “Nighthawk”.
Caesar Cordova, along with other works from Al Pacino’s most famous film, together with the Broadway cast of Scarface for “Does Tiger Wear a Tie?” The 1969 drama was a racially discriminatory drama, telling the story of a group of teenagers living together in a drug rehabilitation center. The drama was created because of Al Pacino’s career. Pacino was in his twenties, when he won the Tony Award for best theater actor and played a supporting role in the play, then resumed in 2002.
Caesar Cordova in 1993 Golden Globe nominated Carlito’s “Way” with Al Pacino (Al Pacino) collaboration is his last acting. He is married to Gladys Gomez and has four children: Panchito Gomez, Luis Gomez, Anna Sanchez Gomez (Ana Sanchez Gomez) and Elena Gomez Martinez (Elena Gomez Martinez). In his last marriage, he had three children: Damaris Cordova, Abigail Cordova and Jesse Cordova.
Currently, the Italian director is working on a plan for the Scarface sequel. The producers behind the plan are Call Me By Your Name and the 2018 Suspiria remake Luca Guadagnino. He replaced Antoine Fuqua and Diego Luna, who had previously directed and starred in gangster movie reruns. Joel and Ethan Coen are rewriting the script.
Another “Scarface” movie has already shined in Hollywood, which has been around for nearly a decade, so we have to see how it performs. Currently, the late Cordoba’s frequent co-star Al Pacino will star in a Gucci movie, a new interpretation of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and a title It is the axis of “Axis Sally”. As we remember today, Cordoba’s work as a supporting role in several of the most iconic Pacino films will be immortal.