Mumbai: Big news is coming out about actor Henry Silva, who has worked in many superhit films including ‘Oceans eleven’ and ‘The Manchurian Candidate’. The actor has passed away due to old age. He was 95 years old. Henry has always entertained the audience by playing gangsters and villains in Hollywood movies. Henry had been ill for a long time due to old age, due to which he was admitted to the Motion Pictures and Television Country House and Hospital. Henry’s son Scott Silva has expressed grief while confirming the news.
Actor Henry Silva was the favorite ‘villain’ of many producers and directors in Hollywood. Silva acted in many other films with ‘Sinatra’.
Henry Silva was born in Brooklyn in 1926. He was raised in an environment that helped him become a dangerous villain. Henry started his career with ‘Broadway and Letter’. In the late 90s, he started acting in films and TV serials. His portrayal of Henry in Alfred Hitchcock’s Present and Suspicious propelled his career to the height of success. Henry played a member of the Robbery Gang in ‘The Original Ocean’s XI’. Henry had a cameo in the remake of ‘Daddy Ocean’. Henry’s career began in the 1970s. Henry was in the limelight at that time.