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Pedro Pascal
Pascal in July 2017
Born
José Pedro Balmaceda Pascal

(1975-04-02) April 2, 1975 (age 48)
Santiago, Chile
Other namesPedro Balmaceda
Alexander Pascal
EducationNew York University (BFA)
OccupationActor
Years active1996–present
RelativesLux Pascal (sister)
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José Pedro Balmaceda Pascal (Spanish pronunciation: [xoˈse ˈpeðɾo βalmaˈseða pasˈkal]; born April 2, 1975) is a Chilean and American actor. After nearly two decades of taking small roles in film and television, Pascal rose to prominence for portraying Oberyn Martell in the fourth season of the HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones (2014) and Javier Peña in the Netflix crime series Narcos (2015–2017). He went on to appear in the films The Great Wall (2016), Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017), The Equalizer 2 (2018), Triple Frontier (2019), Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022).

Since 2019, Pascal has starred as the title character in the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian and again in The Book of Boba Fett (2022). Since 2023, he has played Joel Miller in the HBO drama series The Last of Us, for which he received a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award.[1] Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2023.[2]

Early life

José Pedro Balmaceda Pascal was born on April 2, 1975, in Santiago, Chile[3] to child psychologist Verónica Pascal Ureta and fertility doctor José Balmaceda Riera.[4][5] His paternal grandmother was born in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.[6] He has an older sister named Javiera,[7] a younger brother named Nicolás,[8] and a younger sister named Lux, who is an actress and transgender activist.[9][10] Pascal's mother was the cousin of Andrés Pascal Allende, the nephew of socialist Chilean President Salvador Allende (through his sister Laura). Pascal Allende was an early leader of the Movement of the Revolutionary Left, a militant far-left organization.[11]

Nine months after his birth, his family sought refuge in the Venezuelan embassy in Santiago, and later received political asylum in Denmark.[12][13] Ultimately, the family moved to the United States, where Pascal was raised in San Antonio, Texas,[14] until they relocated to Orange County, California, when he was 11 years old.[13] By the time he was eight years old, his family regularly visited Chile to see his 34 cousins.[15]

He pursued acting at the Orange County School of the Arts and graduated in 1993, before attending New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where he graduated in 1997.[13][16] In 1995, his father was indicted by a federal grand jury for his involvement in events at a fertility clinic he ran with two others.[5][17] Following this, Pascal's parents and two youngest siblings returned to Chile. Pascal maintains that his father did nothing wrong.[18][19] His mother died by suicide in 1999.[20] After her death, he began using her surname professionally as a tribute to her and because he felt that Americans had difficulty pronouncing his original surname, Balmaceda.[12][15]

Career

1999–2013: Early work

Pascal has appeared in several television series, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Good Wife, Homeland, The Mentalist, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Graceland.[21] He was cast in the pilot for the 2011 Wonder Woman television adaptation,[22] but the show was not picked up.

Pascal at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con

Pascal has extensive stage experience as both an actor and director; he received the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and Garland Award for his role in the International City Theater production of Orphans, and has performed in classical and contemporary works. In 2010, he wrote a play, directed by Sarah Silverman, Flaca Loves Bone, about four siblings who meet in a snowy wood to uncover a family secret.[23] He made his directorial debut with play underneathmybed in 2008. He also directed Yosemite and Killing Play at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.[24][25] He is a member of New York City's LAByrinth Theater Company.[26]

2014–2018: Breakthrough

In 2014, Pascal portrayed the character Oberyn Martell in the fourth season of the HBO's critically acclaimed television series Game of Thrones.[27] The season aired from April 6 to June 15, 2014, and Pascal's performance as the passionate and vengeful Prince of Dorne garnered significant praise from both critics and audiences.[28] Pascal stated that he was a huge fan of Game of Thrones before being cast as Oberyn and was ecstatic to join.[29] As part of the ensemble, he has received a Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.[30]

In the 2015 movie, Bloodsucking Bastards, Pascal portrayed the vampire Max.[31] In April 2015, Pascal co-starred with Heidi Klum in the music video for Sia's "Fire Meet Gasoline".[32] In August 2015, Pascal gained further recognition for his portrayal as Javier Peña, based on a real-life DEA agent, in the popular Netflix crime drama series Narcos. The show's two first seasons depict the rise and fall of the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar and the subsequent Medellín Cartel.[33] In 2017, as the show's focus shifted to the Cali Cartel for its third and final season, Pascal took on the role of both lead actor and narrator.[34]

In 2017, he starred as Agent Whiskey in Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Golden Circle and as mercenary Pero Tovar in The Great Wall, alongside Matt Damon.[35][36]

In 2018, Pascal co-starred as Dave York, the main antagonist, in Denzel Washington's thriller sequel film The Equalizer 2.[37]

2019–present: Worldwide recognition

In February 2019, Pascal made his Broadway debut in an adaptation of King Lear with Glenda Jackson and Ruth Wilson, where he took on the role of Edmund, the cunning and ambitious illegitimate son of the Earl of Gloucester.[38] Since 2019, Pascal has portrayed the title role in The Mandalorian, the first live-action Star Wars television series, which debuted on Disney+, the show follows the adventures of a lone bounty hunter in the outer reaches of the galaxy.[39] The same year, he starred as Francisco "Catfish" Morales in the Netflix heist drama Triple Frontier.[40]

He portrayed Maxwell Lord in the DC Extended Universe film Wonder Woman 1984, directed by Patty Jenkins. Following delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the film was released to theaters and HBO Max on 25 December 2020.[41][42]

In 2022, Pascal co-starred with Nicolas Cage in the action comedy film The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. His performance was widely praised by the critics.[43][44] Pascal also appeared in The Bubble, Judd Apatow's satirical comedy exploring celebrity culture amidst the pandemic.[45] He starred in Miu Miu's Women's Tales' series short film, directed by Janicza Bravo, titled House Comes With a Bird.[46] In November 2022, he was cast in Freaky Tales, directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck.[47]

In 2023, Pascal starred in the HBO's highly anticipated television adaptation, The Last of Us, based on the critically acclaimed video game under the same title, created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann.[48] He took on the role of Joel Miller, a hardened survivor in a post-apocalyptic world, tasked with protecting a young girl named Ellie, played by Bella Ramsey. Pascal reportedly received $600,000 per episode.[49] Empire's John Nugent and /Film's Valerie Ettenhofer praised Pascal's performance as the best of his career, citing his ability to portray nuance and rare vulnerability.[50][51] In February, he hosted a Saturday Night Live episode, with Coldplay as the musical guest.[52] In April, he was added to the cast of Ethan Coen's Drive-Away Dolls.[53] In May, he co-starred in the short film Strange Way of Life alongside Ethan Hawke, directed by Pedro Almodóvar, whom Pascal has previously expressed his admiration for and desire to work with.[54][55] In May, Pascal was cast in an upcoming sequel of Ridley Scott's Gladiator.[56][57] In July, Pascal made history as the second Latino actor to be nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series since 1999, at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards, for his portrayal in The Last of Us.[58] He also received nominations for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, for his guest-hosting role in a 2023 episode of Saturday Night Live, and Outstanding Narrator, for his narration in 2022's Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World.[59]

Personal life

Pascal is fluent in both English and Spanish and has been a resident of New York City since 1993.[13] He developed a close friendship with actress Sarah Paulson soon after moving there.[60]

Pascal is an advocate of LGBTQ+ rights[61] and was supportive of his sister Lux Pascal when she came out as transgender. Lux said, "He has been an important part of this. He is also an artist and has been a guide. He was one of the first to give me the things that formed my identity."[62]

Pascal identifies as an agnostic and a progressive liberal.[63] He endorsed leftist Gabriel Boric in the 2021 Chilean presidential election.[64]

Acting credits

Film

Film credits
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Burning Bridges Alex Short film; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
1997 Window Shopping David Short film; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
2005 Hermanas Steve
2008 I Am That Girl Noah
2009 Iris Billy Short film
2011 The Adjustment Bureau Maitre D’ Paul De Santo
2011 Sweet Little Lies Paulino
2015 Bloodsucking Bastards Max
2015 Sweets Twin Peter
2016 The Great Wall Pero Tovar
2017 Kingsman: The Golden Circle Jack Daniels / Agent Whiskey
2018 Prospect Ezra
2018 The Equalizer 2 Dave York
2018 If Beale Street Could Talk Pietro Alvarez
2019 Triple Frontier Francisco "Catfish" Morales
2020 Wonder Woman 1984 Maxwell Lord
2020 We Can Be Heroes Marcus Moreno
2022 The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Javi Gutierrez
2022 The Bubble Dieter Bravo
2022 House Comes with a Bird Nico Short film
2023 Strange Way of Life Silva Short film
2024 Drive-Away Dolls Santos Post-production
2024 Gladiator 2 TBA Filming
TBA Freaky Tales TBA Post-production
TBA The Uninvited TBA Post-production
Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Television credits
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Good vs. Evil Gregor New Episode: "Gee Your Hair Smells Evil"; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
1999 Downtown Voice Episode: "Hot Spot"; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
1999 Undressed Greg 3 episodes; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
1999 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Eddie Episode: "The Freshman"; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
2000 Touched by an Angel Ricky Episode: "Stealing Hope"; credited as Pedro Balmaceda
2001 NYPD Blue Shane 'Dio' Morrissey Episode: "Oh Golly Goth"; credited as Alexander Pascal
2001 Earth vs. the Spider Goth Guy Television film
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Reggie Luckman Episode: "Weeping Willow"
2006 Without a Trace Kyle Wilson Episode: "Candy"
2008 Law & Order Tito Cabassa Episode: "Tango"
2009 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Kevin 'Kip' Green Episode: "The Glory That Was..."
2009–2011 The Good Wife Nathan Landry 6 episodes
2010 Nurse Jackie Steve Episode: "Twitter"
2011 Lights Out Omar Assarian 4 episodes
2011 Brothers & Sisters Zach Wellison 2 episodes
2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Special Agent Greer Episode: "Smoked"
2011 Charlie's Angels Frederick Mercer Episode: "Angels in Paradise"
2011 Wonder Woman Ed Indelicato Television pilot
2011 Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe Comandante Veracruz Television pilot
2012 Body of Proof Zack Goffman Episode: "Falling for You"
2012 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Kyle Hartley Episode: "Malice in Wonderland"
2013 Nikita Liam Episode: "Aftermath"
2013 Red Widow Jay Castillo 4 episodes
2013 Homeland David Portillo Episode: "Tin Man Is Down"
2013 The Sixth Gun Special Agent Ortega Television pilot
2013–2014 Graceland Juan Badillo 10 episodes
2014 The Mentalist Marcus Pike 7 episodes
2014 Game of Thrones Oberyn Martell Recurring role
2015 Exposed Oscar Castro Vargas Television film
2015–2017 Narcos Javier Peña Main role (seasons 1–2), Lead role (season 3)
2019–present The Mandalorian The Mandalorian / Din Djarin Lead role
2020 Home Movie: The Princess Bride[65] Inigo Montoya Episode: "Chapter Two: The Shrieking Eels"
2021 Calls Pedro Voice role; Episode: "Pedro Across the Street"
2021 Amend: The Fight for America Himself 2 episodes
2021 Animal Himself / narrator Episode: "Octopus"
2022 The Book of Boba Fett The Mandalorian / Din Djarin 3 episodes
2022 Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World Narrator Documentary miniseries
2023 The Last of Us Joel Miller Lead role
2023 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episodes: "Pedro Pascal/Coldplay" and "Bad Bunny"
2023 HouseBroken Claude Voice role; Episode: "Who’s a Homeowner?"
TBA My Dentist's Murder Trial[66] TBA Lead role; also executive producer
Key
Denotes television series that have not yet been released

Theatre

Theatre credits
Year Title Role Venue Ref.
1999 Orphans Phillip International City Theatre [67]
2002 Fallen Pascal Liberty Hall Lowell [68]
2003 Lobby Hero Jeff WHAT Harbor Stage [69]
2003 Ghosts Oswald Alving Shakespeare Theater [70]
2004 Gizmo Love Ralph WHAT Harbor Stage [71]
2004 Anna in the Tropics Juan Julian Portland Center Stage [72]
2005 Lorenzaccio Piero Strozzi The Lansburgh Theatre [73]
2005 Troilus and Cressida Thersites Tectonic Theater Project [74]
2005 Hamlet Horatio Boston Common Parade Ground [75]
2006 Beauty of the Father Karim Manhattan Theatre Club [76]
2006 Based on a Totally True Story Michael Sullivan Manhattan Theatre Club [77]
2006 Macbeth Ensemble / Bloody Sergeant / Murderer 2 Delacorte Theater [78]
2006 The Cartells Emanuel Comix NY [79]
2007 Some Men Fritz / Mendy / David Goldman / RandyHunk / Zach / Lewis / Mel / Nurse Jack Second Stage Theater [80]
2007 Hamlet Horatio The Lansburgh Theatre [81]
2008 Sand Performer Women’s Project Theater [82]
2008 Old Comedy After Aristophane's Frogs Dionysus Classic Stage Company [83]
2009 The Miracle at Naples Tristano The Virginia Wimberly Theatre [84]
2010 Flaca Loves Bone Writer / Director Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre [85]
2011 Dark Matters Enamorado The Blank's 2nd Stage Theatre [86]
2011 Maple and Vine Roger Playwrights Horizons [87]
2011 Yosemite Director Rattlestick Playwrights Theater [88]
2014 Much Ado About Nothing Don John Public Theater [89]
2019 King Lear Edmund James Earl Jones Theatre [90]

Music videos

Music video credits
Year Artist Song Ref.
2015 Sia "Fire Meet Gasoline"
2020 Gal Gadot "Imagine" [91]

Video games

Video game credits
Year Title Voice role
2016 Dishonored 2 Paolo

Awards and nominations

Awards and nominations received by Pedro Pascal
Award Year Work Category Result Ref.
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2015 Game of Thrones Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (shared with cast) Nominated [92]
Teen Choice Awards 2018 Kingsman: The Golden Circle Choice Fight (shared with Colin Firth and Taron Egerton) Nominated [93]
Imagen Foundation Awards 2016 Narcos Best Actor - Television Nominated [94]
2021 Wonder Woman 1984 Best Actor - Feature Film Nominated [95]
Fargo Film Festival 2019 Prospect Best Actor Won [96]
Critics' Choice Super Awards 2021 The Mandalorian Best Actor in a Science Fiction/Fantasy Series Nominated [97]
Hollywood Critics Association Midseason Awards 2022 The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Best Supporting Actor Runner-up [98]
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2021 The Mandalorian Best Duo Nominated [99]
Best Hero Nominated [99]
2023 The Last of Us Best Duo (shared with Bella Ramsey) Won [100]
Best Hero Won [100]
Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards 2023 The Last of Us Best Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series - Drama Pending [101]
Saturday Night Live Best Guest Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series - Comedy Pending [101]
Primetime Emmy Awards 2024 The Last of Us Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Pending [102]
Saturday Night Live Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Pending
Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World Outstanding Narrator Pending

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