Actor Kamar de los Reyes, known for 'One Life to Live,' passes away at 56

Television and movie actor Kamar de los Reyes, best known for his roles in "One Life to Live" and "Call of Duty: Black Ops II," has passed away at the age of 56.

De los Reyes died in Los Angeles after a brief battle with cancer, as confirmed by a statement from his wife Sherri Saum's publicist.

In "One Life to Live," he portrayed Antonio Vega, a former gang member turned lawyer and cop, alongside his wife Saum.

The actor played the villain Raul Menendez in the popular video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II."

At the time of his death, de los Reyes was filming for CW's "All American" and had recently worked on Marvel's "Daredevil" series and Hulu's unreleased "Washington Black."

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Las Vegas, he discovered his passion for acting in Los Angeles in the late '80s.

De los Reyes had diverse roles, including appearances in Fox's "Sleepy Hollow," ABC's "The Rookie," and more.

On the big screen, he starred in films like "Nixon," "Salt," and "The Cell."

Despite living in Los Angeles, his connection to Puerto Rico remained strong, and he actively participated in the Hurricane Maria recovery efforts in 2017.

Kamar de los Reyes is survived by his wife Sherri Saum and three sons, Caylen, Michael, and John.

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