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‘One Life to Live’ and ‘Call of Duty’ Actor Kamar de los Reyes Dies at 56

FILE – Kamar de los Reyes arrives at an event on December 7, 2012 in Culver City, California. De los Reyes, a television, film and voice actor best known for playing a gang member turned cop in the soap opera “One Life to Live” and villain in the video game “Call of Duty: Black Ops II,” is died Sunday December 24, 2023 in Los Angeles at age 56, the family announced. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

Kamar de los Reyes, television, film actor and voice actor best known for playing a gang member turned cop in the soap opera “One Life to Live” and a villain in the video game “Call of Duty: Black Ops II”, He died in Los Angeles at age 56, the family announced.

De los Reyes died Sunday after a brief battle with cancer, according to a statement from Lisa Goldberg, a publicist for de los Reyes’ wife, Sherri Saum.


In “One Life to Live,” de los Reyes starred as Antonio Vega, a former gang member turned lawyer and then cop, alongside Saum. In the popular video game “Call of Duty: Black Ops II”, he plays the villain Raul Menendez. He also had roles on Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow,” ABC’s “The Rookie” and CW’s “All American.”

The family’s statement said that at the time of his death, de los Reyes was filming “All American” — and had recently had roles in Marvel’s upcoming “Daredevil” series and in “Washington Black,” which is not still out on Hulu, starring Sterling K. Brown. .

De los Reyes was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Las Vegas. According to a biography provided by the family, he caught the acting bug when he arrived in Los Angeles in the late 1980s. His early roles included playing Pedro Quinn in the 1994 off-Broadway play, “Blade to the Heat,” and as Ferdinand in director George C. Wolfe’s production of “The Tempest” for Shakespeare in the Park.

On the big screen, de los Reyes appeared in Oliver Stone’s “Nixon,” as Watergate burglar Eugenio Martinez, as a Secret Service agent in “Salt,” with Angelina Jolie, and in “The Cell” with Jennifer Lopez.

“De los Reyes lived in Los Angeles, however, his heart never left Puerto Rico,” the family’s statement said, adding that the actor was active in recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria in 2017.

The actor is survived by his wife Saum and his three sons, Caylen, 26, and twins Michael and John, 9.

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