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Pedro Armendáriz Jr.

Born: 1940-04-06 - Died: 2011-12-26
Cause of Death:
Cancer


Death Summary: Armendáriz Jr. died in New York City Memorial Hospital on December 26, 2011 after being diagnosed with eye cancer the month before. He was filming la Fuerza del destino at the time.

Who was Pedro Armendáriz Jr. : Pedro Armendáriz Jr. was an actor, born in Mexico City. He appeared in over 100 movies. Notable titles included: Once Upon A Time in Mexico, The Mexican, The Mask of Zorro, The Legend of Zorro, Tombstone, Amistad, and the James Bond film Licence to Kill.

He was the son of actors Carmela (née Pardo) and Pedro Armendáriz, and had been married to actress Ofelia Medina.
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11 Signatures in Pedro Armendáriz Jr.'s guestbook

  1. claudia blake Says:

    a talented man. so sorry to hear of his passing but may he be resting in the hands of God. my respects to his family.

  2. cora bermejo Says:

    R.I.P. PEDRO WE WILL MISS YOU…..

  3. Melody lopez Says:

    R.I.P may God have him in his glory…

  4. Bob Says:

    Who was he I have no clue and all I did was type in:
    Who was the famous person who was killed
    And that is what turned up…..I’m so confused?!?
    But who is he come on now …. I have no clue???????

  5. Mr &Mrs CAMERON Says:

    May the Lord comfort all your family now and a lways. We enjoyed watching Mr.Armendariz in the Zorro movies he was a Great actor,

  6. igor Says:

    RIP Pedro

  7. Gerry Says:

    I´m so sorry my condolences he was a real actor

  8. Bradon Says:

    - @Sheila: Thanks for stopping by! And oelcwme to the world of blogging!! It was great meeting you last weekend hope our paths will cross again.@Cathy: Likewise since we’re in the same state, I’m pretty sure we’ll get a chance to meet again, probably sooner than we think! I’m enjoying your jam in the meantime @Eatdrinknbmerry: Thank you! There was no shortage of horror stories about styled food ending up on someone’s dinner plate, but since most of us are doing this in the home kitchen (and the food is usually prepared for dinner), we had great tips for styling our food in ways that kept them edible. No motor oil there!@Mardi: Yes it was definitely an eye-opening experience to witness demonstrations like this. There will be more courses for sure, so just keep a lookout for them.

  9. Pedro Says:

    another icon we’ve lost…..R.I.P.

  10. Pedro Says:

    Another icon we’ve lost….R.I.P.

  11. Claudia Cantu Withoff Sternberg Says:

    Dear family–
    I have pleasant childhood memories of our beloved Pedro Armendariz Jr. & his dad and all family….
    My father and his grew up together in Laredo, Texas….As a result, when I was a young girl my family and I did visit with Armendariz family at their home in Mexico D.F….


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