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PEDRO PASCAL (Dave York) recently wrapped production on the Untitled J.C. Chandor Film - an action-adventure story set on the border zone between
Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. The Netflix film will also star Ben Affleck,
Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund and Charlie Hunnam and is set to release in 2019.
Pascal is currently in production on Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman 1984, in which
he will star in a key role alongside Gal Gadot. The film marks the second time
he and Jenkins have worked together. The film is slated to release on November
Last year, Pascal filmed Barry Jenkins and Annapurna's crime drama, If Beale
Street Could Talk. The film, slated for release this year, tells the story of a
woman in Harlem desperately scrambling to prove her fiance innocent of a crime
while carrying their first child.
Pascal starred in the third season of the critically acclaimed, BAFTA and Golden
Globe nominated Netflix original series "Narcos," the true-life story of the
growth and spread of cocaine drug cartels around the world. Pascal portrayed the
role of DEA agent Javier Pena, who led the manhunt for Colombian drug kingpin
Pablo Escobar in seasons one and two - and for the Cali Cartel is season three.
"Narcos" is executive produced by Jose Padilha, Eric Newman, and Chris Brancato.
Last fall, Pascal starred in FOX and Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman 2: The Golden
Circle, alongside Taron Egerton, Channing Tatum, and Julianne Moore. The film
grossed $411 million worldwide.
In 2014, Pascal starred in HBO's critically-acclaimed series "Game of Thrones"
where he played the fan favorite Oberyn Martell. Pedro has had recurring roles
on USA's "Graceland," ABC's "Brothers & Sisters," CBS' "The Good Wife," FX's
"Lights Out," CBS' "The Mentalist," and ABC's "Red Widow." Other television
credits include Showtime's award winning "Nurse Jackie," the "Law & Order"
trifecta, "Body of Proof," "Without a Trace," "NYPD Blue," and "Buffy the
Vampire Slayer," among others.
Pascal's other film credits include: Christopher Caldwell and Zeek Earl's
Prospect, Universal's The Adjustment Bureau, The Great Wall, Joe Saunders' Sweet
Little Lies, and B. Hayward Randall's I Am That Girl. He also appeared in Julia
Solomonoff's Sisters (Hermanas) and Freya Billington's Window Shopping.
Pascal has originated roles in New York for The Manhattan Theater Club, Classic
Stage Company, Playwrights Horizons, and Terrence McNally's Drama Desk Nominated
play "Some Men" at Second Stage. He starred alongside Jennifer Ehle and Liev
Schreiber in Shakespeare in the Park's production of "Macbeth," as well as their
Production of "Much Ado About Nothing" with Lily Rabe. He won the Los Angeles
Drama Critics Circle Award and Garland for "Orphans" at The International City
Theater. Pedro has also directed Florencia Lozano's "Underneathmybed," David
Anzuelo's "Killing Play" and Daniel Talbott's "Yosemite" at Rattlestick
Playwrights Theater in New York. Pedro is also a member of the Labyrinth Theater
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