The 7 Best Pedro Pascal Performances (excluding The Last of Us)

FallenKingdomReads’ list of The 7 Best Pedro Pascal Performances (not including his fantastic roles in The Last of Us and The Mandalorian, as you already know those!

From sci-fi thrillers to period dramas and action-packed blockbusters, Pascal has delivered many exceptional performance. In this article, we will explore his 7 best performances and the characters he played.

Game of Thrones (Season 4 – 2014) – Oberyn Martell

Best Pedro Pascal Performances

Pascal played Oberyn Martell, a charismatic and skilled warrior from Dorne who seeks revenge against the Lannisters for the death of his sister. 

Narcos (2015-2017) – Javier Peña

Best Pedro Pascal Performances

In this crime drama series, Pascal played Javier Peña, a DEA agent who is sent to Colombia to capture the notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar.

Prospect (2018) – Ezra

Pascal played Ezra in this science fiction film, a seasoned prospector who guides a young girl and her father through a dangerous alien landscape in search of valuable minerals.

If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) – Pietro Alvarez

Pascal played Pietro Alvarez, a lawyer who helps a young couple fight false accusations of rape.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) – Agent Whiskey

In this action-packed spy comedy, Pascal played Agent Whiskey, a seasoned agent of the Statesman organization who joins forces with the Kingsman to stop a global threat.

Wonder Woman: 1984 (2020) – Maxwell Lord

Best Pedro Pascal Performances

Pascal played Maxwell Lord, a charismatic businessman who gains the ability to grant wishes and uses it to gain power and influence.

Triple Frontier (2019) – Francisco Morales

Best Pedro Pascal Performances

In this film, Pascal played Francisco Morales, a former special forces operative who joins a group of ex-soldiers to rob a drug lord in South America.

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