Our gallery was updated with screencaptures of Pedro’s scenes as Dave York in “The Equalizer 2”!
Pedro Pascal attended the New York Premiere of Glass last night at SVA Theater, and praised his best friend Sarah Paulson on Instagram: “Taking pictures like a weepy, proud grandad. The @MsSarahPaulson who never disappoints. Keep losing your shit over this woman, people.” Our gallery has been updated with some pretty HQ images from the purple carpet, enjoy!
Appearances & Public Events > 2019 > January 15: ‘Glass’ New York Premiere
From Jake Gyllenhaal to Pedro Pascal…
A few months ago, the American actor was considered the international personification of this legendary Cartier model. However, our culture suggested a hero in particular and for this the brand has taken the hand of the Chilean Pedro Pascal.
Pascal is recognized for his most recent roles in Game of Thrones, one of the most successful series in the history of HBO and world television. In addition to acting as Javier Peña in the original Netflix, Narcos. He was born in Santiago de Chile on April 2, 1975, resides in New York, and precisely in the city that never sleeps, was caught by the lens of Nino Muñoz.
The authenticity and courage of Chilean actor Pedro Pascal, as well as his courageous quest to achieve excellence, are some of the values that moved the Maison to join this select group as the representative of Latin America. Pascal has shown a particular ambition and determination in every step he takes on his way. This attitude, combined with an unwavering dedication to achieve his goals, has made possible the many transformations of Pedro Pascal on the screen throughout his career, whose flowering seems to have no restraint. His next project will be a stellar role, sharing credits with Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, in the sequel to Wonder Woman, which will debut in 2019. Bold, innovative and authentic: Pedro Pascal personifies the values of Santos de Cartier man “.
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2018 > Session 003 – Cartier
Our gallery has been updated with HD scans from the October issue of GQ Mexico featuring Pedro Pascal.