Scarface actor Geno Silva dies at 72&
Geno Silva, who left a memorable scene within the hit film ‘Scarface’ has died of issues associated to dementia. He was 72.
Silva died on May 9 at his residence in Los Angeles of issues from frontotemporal degeneration, a type of dementia, his household introduced, cited The Hollywood Reporter.
Silva who boasted a four-decade profession was finest recognized for taking part in the position of the cranium, the hitman who takes out Tony Montana, essayed by the veteran Hollywood actor Al Pacino, within the explosive climax of ‘Scarface.’
His character by no means speaks a phrase whereas he weapons down Montana with a shotgun from behind on the finish within the traditional film, leaving an impression of his character within the thoughts of film fans thus far.
His different contribution to the leisure trade consists of the roles he portrayed within the 1981 launched musical drama ‘Zoot Suit,’ in Steven Spielberg’s ‘Amistad,’ ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ and extra.
He was additionally a preferred face on the tv screens, making his presence on the 1993 Fox drama ‘Key West’ and in addition appeared on episodes of ‘Texas Ranger,’ ‘Hill Street Blues’, ‘Miami Vice’, and others.